Proposed Papers as of 28 February 2002

  Name Given Name Country Title
1 Antonijevic Biljana Yugoslavia Standard Antidotes Along with Sodium Bicarbonate in Organophosphate Poisoning
2 Bokan Slavko Croatia Evaluation of Bioregulators as Terrorism and Warfare Agents
3 Chernyak Valeriy Ukraine Non-Equilibrium Plasma Chemical Destruction of High Chemical Agents
4 DeBell Robert US Anthrax Vaccines: Future Targets
5 Decker John US Application of Revised Airborne Exposure Limits for Chemical Warfare Agents
6 Davey Brian Netherlands Managing the threat of Anthrax in the Mail: Occupational Health Principles
7 Davey Brian Netherlands The Role of the OPCW in Combating Chemical Terrorism
8 Demidyuk Valery Russia Correctivity of the CW Information in Conditions of Threat Terrorism
9 Dishovsky Christophor Bulgaria Medical Protection of OPC Intoxication
10 Eaton Douglas Canada The Canadian Domestic Preparedness Suggested Model and Response with SOPs for a CBR Response Model
11 Espona Maria Jose Argentina Argentine: Chemical and Biological Attacks Rosponse
12 Feld Vladimir Russia Activity of Esterases in Stress Reactions
13 Feld Vladimir Russia A Method to Distinguish Organophosphorus Warfare Agents from other Anticholinesterase Agents (Pesticides, Carbamates, etc.)
14 Fiedler Jaroslav Czech Republic Role of the Czech National Authority in Preventing Biological and Chemical Terrorism's Threat
15 Fokin Evgeny Russia The New Skin Protective Agent Vilpran - The Biological Glove
16 Ghaeni Mostafa Iran The Outcome of Chemical Bombardment of the Civilian Population in Sardasht
17 Hamilton Murray Canada Biotoxins: A chemical Warfare Problem Masquerading as Biological Agents: Therapeutic Implications
18 Hincal Atilla Turkey How much is learned since September 11: The Turkish Experience
19 Hincal Filiz Turkey How much is learned since September 11: The Turkish Experience
20 Huber Ueli Switzerland VETOXA: Swiss-Albanian Project to Destroy Old Toxic Military Chemicals in Albania
21 Hughart Joe US Truck Trouble: Setting Priorities for Local Medical Response
22 Hughart Joe US Defoliant Hazards in Conflict Zones
23 Humair David Switzerland The Future of Biotechnology and its Possible Dark Side
24 Jacevic Vesna Yugoslavia Novel Therapeutic Combinations for Treatment of T-2 Toxin Poisoning in Rats
25 Jovanovic Djordje Yugoslavia T-2 Toxin-Induced Inhibition of Carboxylase Activity in Rats
26 Kalantari Heybatullah Iran The Skin Protective Effect of Aloe Vera Extract against T-2 Toxin Toxicity
27 Khateri Shahriar Iran Outcomes Following Mustard Gas Poisoning (Late Complications of Mustard Gas in CW Victims of Sardasht - 14 Years After Chemical Bombardment)
28 Khateri Shahriar Iran Mustard Gas and Children: The Long Term Health Effects of Mustard Gas Poisoning in 50 Children of Sardasht, 14 Years after Chemical Bombardment
29 Kassa Jiri Czech Republic The Influence of Antidotal Treatment on Low-Level Sarin-Induced Impairment of Spatial Memory in Rats
30 Kozari Laszlo Hungary Preparations for Prevention of Industrial Accidents
31 LeChene Evelyn UK UK Industry Initiatives; Post 11 September US Events
32 Loke Weng Keong Singapore O-Substituted Derivatives of PAM: Muscarinic Properties and Protection Against Soman Effects in Rodents
33 Mahdi Alfred Albania VETOXA: Swiss-Albanian Project to Destroy Old Toxic Military Chemicals in Albania
34 Makhaeva Galina Russia Organophosphate-Induced Delayed Neurotoxicity: Progress in Risk Assessment and Biomonitoring
35 Malygin V.V Russia Biosensor Analyzer for Neuropathy Target Esterase (NTE) Assay in Whole Blood
36 May Wolfgang Germany Detection and Identification of Chemical Warfare Agents with a New Ion Mobility Spectrometer Technology
37 Meredith Tim Switzerland Actions by WHO in The Field of Public Health and First Response Related to Chemical Incidents
38 Molozhanova Olena Ukraine Methodical Approaches to Solving Main Questions, Connected with Finding and Assessment of Chemical Agents in Soils
39 Balali-Mood Mahdi Iran Effects of High Dose Sodium Bicarbonate in Organophosphate Poisoning
40 Özyurt Gürayten Turkey A Retrospective Study of Forty Organophosphate Poisoned Patients
41 Özyurt Gürayten Turkey A Retrospective research: Patients Treated in ICU at Uludag University due to OP Poisoning 1991-2001
42 Paul Florin Romania Epidemiology Simulation as a Tool in Medical Response in Biological Attack
43 Petrov Vadim Russia A Biochemical Method for Cleaning Effluent Waters from the Destruction of Arsenic-Containing Poisonous Substances
44 Ristanovic Elizabeta Yugoslavia Tularemia Diagnostic Procedures: a Current Problem in FR Yugoslavia
45 Ryabchikova Elena Russia Mechanisms of Fatal and Non-Fatal Ebola Infection
46 Ryabchikova Elena Russia Studies of Variola Virus Replication in Cell Cultures and Chick Embryo Chorion-Allantoic Membrane
47 Santana Gui Brazil An Overview of Poison Centers in Brazil: Facing the New Age of Threats
48 Santana Gui Brazil Managing Complex Information and Communication in Critical Situations
49 Scholes Michael US State partnership for peace (SPP): The Georgia National Guard (GANG) and the Republic of Georgia (ROG)
50 Shaw Robert UK Modeling the Design and Operation of Reactors for Chemical Weapon Agent Destruction
51 Simeon Vera Croatia Variants Of Human Serum Esterases Reacting With Organophosphates, Carbamates and Pyridinium Oxime
52 Sizemore Tom US Lessons Learned on Conducting a Facilities Vulnerability Assessment
53 Sorou'sh Mohammad Iran Medical Services Systems for Iranian CW Casualties of Iran-Iraq War
54 Stojanovic Bozidar Yugoslavia Review Of The Development Of Chemical Weapons And Personal Protective Equipment And Future Perspectives
55 Stojiljkovic Milos Yugoslavia The Effects of Tabun Low-Level Exposure in Rats
56 Jovasevic-Stojanovic Milena Yugoslavia Personal Protection Program against Toxic Industrial Chemicals in the Case of Chemical Accidents
57 Stopa Peter US Use of Flow Cytometry as a Post Exposure Patient Monitor
58 Surovtsev Ivan Russia Use of Scanning Flow Cytometry for Biodetection via Fast Agglutination Tests
59 Sutter Antoney US State Partnership for Peace (SPP): The Georgia National Guard (GANG) and the Republic of Georgia (ROG)
60 Tan Yong Teng Singapore O Substituted Derivatives of PAM: Pharmacological Properties and Protective Effects Against Soman in Rodents
61 Tonkopii Valeri Russia A New Purified Cholinesterase for Separate Detection of Organophosphates and Carbamates
62 Tonkopii Valeri Russia A New Principle of Xenobiotics Bioidentification in Water
63 Trudil David US Anthrax or Hoax: Experiences from the Bioterrorism Events of 2001
64 Viala Bernhard France CS Tear Gas: Prevention of Local Effects and Active Decontamination with Diphoterine
65 Wicki Anton Switzerland Medical Management of Chemical Terrorism
66 Worek Franz Germany Factors Influencing The Assessment of Oxime Efficacy in Sarin and Cyclosarin Poisoning: Species Differences of Reactivation Kinetics
67 Vucinic Slavica Yugoslavia The Experience of National Poison Control Center in Management of Acute Organophosphorus Insecticides (OPI) Poisoning
68 Ataee Remazan Ali Iran Sporcidal Agents Act As Antibioterrorism
69 Caneva Duan C US Medical Issues in Consequence Managements
70 Stephen Eric Canada Defense R&D Canada's Cipro Plus Technology Demonstration Project
71 Nakano Gregg US Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance and the Expansion of Chemical, Biological and Radiological Issues in Training and Preparation for an Event
72 Netesov Sergey Russia The Concept of the International Center for Research of Emerging and Re-emerging Infections and Bioterrorism
73 Ilijas Boris Croatia Optoelectronic Reader for Accidental Chemical Radiation Dosimetry System
74 Orehovec Zvonko Croatia Radiological, Chemical and Biological Terrorism as a Form and Method of Warfare
75 Orehovec Zvonko Croatia Handy Materials for the Skin Decontamination in Case of Chemical Terrorism
76 Reiner Elsa Croatia Cholinesterase Activity Assays: Molar Absorption Coefficient for the Reduced Ellmann Reagent
77 Matousek Jiri Czech Republic New threats of terrorism for the 21st Century: Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Terrorism
78 Matousek Jiri Czech Republic Personal Decontamination in Emergencies
79 Baumbach J–rg Ingo Germany New Developments on Miniaturized Ion Mobility Spectrometry (tentative)
80 Ahmadi-Renam Kazem Iran The Effect of Mustard Gas on Blood Cells of Chemical Warfare Victims
81 Anet Bernard Switzerland Assessing the Risk of Radilogical Terrorism: How Real the Threat
82 Bureaux John Canada Trail of a Terrorist
83 Cizmek Ankica Croatia Investigation of Different Clothing Materials on Permeability to Simulant of Yperite and Testing them to Inflammability
84 Garcia Gregory US QSAR of Buforin Analogs that are Peptide Inhibitors of Botulinum Toxin (Botnt/B)
85 Gordon Richard US Update on Chemical Warfare Agent Decontamination, Detoxification, and Detection Using Polyurethane Immobilized Enzymes
86 Brown Sylvia US The US National Pharmaceutical Stockpile, Response to the September 11 Attacks and Anthrax Letters
87 Gorman Sue US Triple Antibiotic Therapy of Inhalation Anthrax
88 Bice Steven D. US Overview of the US National Pharmaceutical Stockpile Program; Providing Technical Assistance Through Training, Education and Demonstration
89 Kraatz-Wadsack Gabriela Germany Iraq and BW: Capability - Infrastructure, Material, Equipment
90 Leitner Harald Austria Accident to Incident: WMD Response Austria
91 Gotelli Carlos Argentina Chemistry Emergency Response - Statistical Analysis for the Last 10 Years
92 Gotelli Carlos Argentina Training Programs for the First Response Team in Case of Chemical Incident
93 Hough Chris Canada Warfare Agent Disposal Site identification, Characterization and Cataloguing
94 Vucemilovic Ante Croatia The Influence of Zeolites as Protectors on Surviving Mice by Lethal Dose Radiation
95 Bajgar Jiri Czech Republic Changes of Multiple Molecular Forms of the Rat Brain Acetylcholinesterase Following Intoxication with Nerve Agents
96 Cabal J Czech Republic The Foams as the Carriers of the Agents for Primary Decontamination of the Persons
97 Fusek J. Czech Republic Education of the Czech Military Personnel in the Field of Prevention and Protection against Biological and Chemical Terrorism
98 Szinicz Ladislaus Germany Factors Influencing The Assessment of Oxime Efficacy in Sarin and Cyclosarin Poisoning: Species Differences of Reactivation Kinetics
99 Tahaneja F.S Iran Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships of Bispyridinium Oximes as Nerve Agents Antidotes
100 Erasmus Rassie South Africa Anthrax Threat in South Africa: Response, Management and Lessons Learned
101 Van Wyk Lizelle South Africa Anthrax Threat in South Africa: Response, Management and Lessons Learned
102 Melin Lena Sweden Terrorist Profiles; An Analysis of 900 Chemical Incidents
103 Spielhofer Pius Switzerland Further Terrorist Attacks Involving Non-conventional Means?
104 Karayilanoglu Turan Turkey Medical Planning and Intervention Specific to Chemical Contaminated Area Post Attack
105 Clark Matthew US Behavioral Toxicity of Purified Humanm Serum Butyrylcholinesterase in Mice
106 Hall Alan US CS Tear Gas: Prevention of Local Effects and Active Decontamination with Diphoterine
107 Luo Chunyuan US Reactivation Studies with HI-6 Reveal Differences in the Orientation of Organophosphonate and Organophosphate Moieties in the Active Centre of Acetylcholinesterase
108 Katz Susan US Medical Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction
109 Filbert Margaret US The Journal of Medical Chemical Defence: First Announcement
110 Doctor Buphendra US Scavenger Protection Against Organophosphates by Human Serum Butyrylcholinesterase
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