Senior staff from the Center, led by senior associate Amesh Adalja, wrote a state-of-the-art review article on the clinical management of bioterrorism-related conditions for the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine.
On Wednesday September 24, 2014, the UPMC Center for Health Security hosted a Congressional Seminar on Ebola for Hill staff and other stakeholders. Leaders from CDC, USAID, DOD, and Fondation Mérieux spoke.
In June 2015, Center staff met with leaders from Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia in Washington, DC to discuss strategies for preventing, mitigating, and responding to a wide range of biosecurity threats.
The cases of Ebola that have turned up in Dallas and New York City have prompted calls for a travel ban. The Center for Health Security authors detail arguments against Ebola-related travel bans
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