Agenda

0700 – 2000
Lobby
Registration & Conference Information
0700 – 1000
Exhibit Hall B
Exhibit Installation
0700 – 1400
Exhibit Hall B
Poster Installation
0900 – 0950
Grand Ballroom
Conference Kick-Off
0950 – 1100
Grand Ballroom
Overview of the Chemical and Biological Defense Science & Technology (S&T) Portfolio
1100 – 1230
Grand Ballroom
Special Panel: It's All About the Warfighter
1230 – 1330
Rm 204
Doing Business with DTRA: For Government, Industry, Small Business and Academia
1230 – 1430
Exhibit Hall B
Lunch On Own - Concessions Available in Exhibit Hall B
1430 – 1630
PM Parallel Sessions
Session 1:
Advances in Fundamental Materials Research | Rm 101
DTRA Session Chair: Ms. Tracee Whitfield
    • Tuesday PM Session1
    1430-1500

    "MOF-Fabric" Prepared via Directed Supramolecular Assembly of UiO-66-NH2 Crystals on ALD-coated Cloths for Rapid Catalytic Destruction of Chemical Warfare Agent Simulants

    Dennis Lee, North Carolina State University
    • Tuesday PM Session1
    1500-1530

    Design and Synthesis of Stratified and Gradient MOFs for Selective Capture of CWAs and TICs

    Tian-Yi Luo, University of Pittsburgh
    • Tuesday PM Session1
    1530-1600

    Plasmonic Cu Nanoparticles on Aerogel Supports for Thermal and Photodecomposition of CW Simulants and Live Agents

    Jeremy Pietron, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
    • Tuesday PM Session1
    1600-1630

    Thiol-Functionalized Block Copolymer Membranes with Dynamic Response

    Qi Zhang, Cornell University
Session 2:
Field-Forward Diagnostics | Rm 102
DTRA Session Chair: Lt Col Elaine Sumera
    • Tuesday PM Session2
    1430-1500

    Infectious Disease Diagnostics and Differentiation of Viral vs. Bacterial Infections for Point of Care Applications Using Novel in vitro CAPTURE™ Diagnostic

    Paula Koelle, GeneCapture, Inc.
    • Tuesday PM Session2
    1500-1530

    Integrated Solution for Point-of-Need Detection of Pathogens

    Thomas Squier, Western University of Health Sciences
    • Tuesday PM Session2
    1530-1600

    Development of a Vertical Flow Paper-Based Immunoassay (VFI) for Multiplexing Detection of Tier I Bio-threat Agents

    Peng Chen, University of Arizona
    • Tuesday PM Session2
    1600-1630

    Development of a Multiplexed Microfluidic Detector for Biological Agents

    Chung-Yan Koh, Sandia National Laboratories
Session 3:
Wearable Physiological Monitoring Technologies for Earlier Warning of Health Changes | Rm 103
DTRA Session Chair: Mr. Ed Argenta
    • Tuesday PM Session3
    1430-1500

    Wearables At The Canyon for Health (WATCH) Study: Early Predictive Indicators of Fatigue and Performance

    Glory Avina, Sandia National Laboratories, California
    • Tuesday PM Session3
    1500-1530

    Pre-symptomatic Detection from Wearable Physiological Sensors as Early Warning and Decision Support Tool

    Sonia Grego, RTI International
    • Tuesday PM Session3
    1530-1600

    Fusing Simple Wearables Sensors with GPS Data to Create Sensing Swarms for Environmental Threat Reconstruction

    Nicolas Hengartner, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    • Tuesday PM Session3
    1600-1630

    Adoption of the Equivital™ Black Ghost Physiological Status Monitoring Systems by the Weapons of Mass Destruction – Civil Support Teams (WMD-CST's) to Provide for the Health and Safety of Soldiers

    Anmol Sood, Equivital
Session 4:
Medical Countermeasures to Address Intracellular Bacterial Pathogens | Rm 104A
DTRA Session Co-chairs: Drs. Amanda Horstman-Smith & Julie Boylan 
    • Tuesday PM Session4
    1430-1500

    Innate Defense Regulators – Supercharging Antibiotic Treatment for Resistant or Unknown Infectious Disease

    Oreola Donini, Soligenix, Inc.
    • Tuesday PM Session4
    1500-1530

    Immunogenicity and Protective Efficacy of an Outer Membrane Vesicle Vaccine Platform against the Intracellular Bacteria Burkholderia Pseudomallei and Burkholderia Mallei

    Lisa Morici, Tulane University School of Medicine
    • Tuesday PM Session4
    1530-1600

    Polymer-Based Therapy for Mitigation of Pathogens

    Noah Fine Nathel, International Business Machines, Inc.
    • Tuesday PM Session4
    1600-1630

    Targeting Host-cell Metabolism to Address Multiple Intracellular Pathogens

    Lillian Chiang, FORGE Life Science LLC
Session 5:
Science of the Skin and Respiratory Tract, and Related Countermeasures Pertinent to Chemical/Biological Defense | Rm 104B
DTRA Session Chair: Dr. Brian Pate
    • Tuesday PM Session5
    1430-1500

    Microneedles to Monitor Health and Human Performance

    Ronen Polsky, Sandia National Laboratories
    • Tuesday PM Session5
    1500-1530

    In Vitro Human Skin Model Evaluation of Dermal Decontamination Gel (DDGel)

    Xiaoying Hui, University of California San Francisco
    • Tuesday PM Session5
    1530-1600

    PUL-042 – A Novel, Broad Spectrum, Immune Stimulant to Prevent Infection and Mortality from a Broad Range of Respiratory Infections

    Brenton Scott, Pulmotect, Inc.
    • Tuesday PM Session5
    1600-1630

    Aerosolized Ceftazidime for Propyhlaxis and Treatment of Melioidosis

    Cory Berkland, The University of Kansas
Session 6:
Warfighter Integration to Enhance Operational Utility of Emerging Technologies | Rm 104C
DTRA Session Chair: Mr. Ryan Madden
    • Tuesday PM Session6
    1430-1500

    Real-Time Physiological Status Monitoring of CBRN Personnel

    Matthew Paquin, JFHQ, MA Army National Guard
    • Tuesday PM Session6
    1500-1530

    Layered Sensing/Decision Support Demonstration

    Alan Samuels, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC)
    • Tuesday PM Session6
    1530-1600

    Expeditionary Analytics for Chemical and Biological Detection

    Cory Bernhards, Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)/U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC)
    • Tuesday PM Session6
    1600-1630

    Micro-Air Vehicle Enabled Remote Environmental Chemical Sensing (MAVERECS)

    Michael von Fahnestock, U.S. Pacific Command
1630 – 1700
Break
1700 – 1800
Special Sessions
Speakers: Mr. Tim Belski and Dr. Chris Earnhart, Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD) & Dr. Robert House, Ology Bioservices
Session Co-Chairs: Dr. Alison Director-Myska, DTRA & Mr. Adam Seiple, ECBC
Special Session 3:
Warfighter Panel: CBRN Support for Cross Domain Maneuver | Rm 204
1800 – 2000
Exhibit Hall B
Exhibits and Poster Session I
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