Agenda & Videos

Poster Presenters Listing & Layout

The poster presentation list is sorted by poster session day (Tuesday or Wednesday) then topic ID. Please use the search function to locate your name and poster presentation day. For additional sorting options click column headers.

Poster presenters will display posters throughout the conference and will present either during Poster Session I on Tuesday, November 28 or Poster Session II on Wednesday, November 29 from 6-8 p.m.

To view poster display instructions and schedule for hanging and removing posters visit Poster Instructions.

Please note that final poster numbers will be given to presenters at registration.

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T1BrendaMarrero-RosadoU.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense137 - Soman-Induced Cell Death and Neuroinflammatory Response in Human Acetylcholinesterase Knock-in Carboxylesterase Knockout Mice17 - A Toxidromic Approach for Chemical Medical Countermeasure DevelopmentGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T3ShaoyiJiangUniversity of Washington139 - Zwitterionic Functional Polymers Promote the Efficacy and Safety of Organophosphate Hydrolase (OPH) Against Chemical Warfare Agents17 - A Toxidromic Approach for Chemical Medical Countermeasure DevelopmentGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T4DavidGuthrieDTRA140 - Development of a Structure-Activity Relationship for Analogs of a Non-oxime Reactivator for Nerve Agent-Inhibited Acetylcholinesterase17 - A Toxidromic Approach for Chemical Medical Countermeasure DevelopmentGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T5SandraDeBusU.S. Army Research Institute of Chemical Defense141 - Characterization of Nerve Agent Intoxication in a Novel Genetically Modified Mouse Model17 - A Toxidromic Approach for Chemical Medical Countermeasure DevelopmentGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T7DanaAndersonU.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense143 - Characterization and Treatment of Chronic Sulfur Mustard-Induced Pulmonary Injury and Associated Mortality17 - A Toxidromic Approach for Chemical Medical Countermeasure DevelopmentGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T8KevinMcGarry JrBattelle Memorial Institute144 - A Novel, Porcinated Human Butyrylcholinesterase Catalytically Degrades the Chemical Warfare Nerve Agent, Sarin17 - A Toxidromic Approach for Chemical Medical Countermeasure DevelopmentGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T9EduardoGonzalezUniversity of California, Davis145 - Translational Micro-CT Imaging as a Monitoring Tool to Detect Persistent Neurological Damage in Survivors of OP Intoxication17 - A Toxidromic Approach for Chemical Medical Countermeasure DevelopmentGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T11BrittanyWinnerUnited States Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense147 - Modulation of Cannabinoid Receptor 1 (CB1R) to Reveal a Novel Therapeutic Target for the Alleviation of Organophosphorus Nerve Agent Toxicity17 - A Toxidromic Approach for Chemical Medical Countermeasure DevelopmentGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T12TimothyBarryU.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense148 - Selective Staining of Genetically Modified Mouse Strains as Part of an Initial Strain Characterization Study17 - A Toxidromic Approach for Chemical Medical Countermeasure DevelopmentGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T13ToddMyersUSAMRICD149 - The Development of Ferrets as an Animal Model for Carfentanil Toxicity17 - A Toxidromic Approach for Chemical Medical Countermeasure DevelopmentGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T14JiriKassaFaculty of Military Health Sciences, University of Defense, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic150 - The Benefit of Novel Non-oxime Bispyridinium Compounds for the Standard Antidotal Treatment of Nerve Agent-Poisoned Mice17 - A Toxidromic Approach for Chemical Medical Countermeasure DevelopmentGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T15PatriciaLeglerNaval Research Laboratory151 - Organophosphate Inhibition of Human Cathepsin A Carboxypeptidase17 - A Toxidromic Approach for Chemical Medical Countermeasure DevelopmentGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T16JohnMcDonoughU.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense152 - Anticonvulsant Effectiveness of Scopolamine Against Soman-Induced Seizures in African Green Monkeys17 - A Toxidromic Approach for Chemical Medical Countermeasure DevelopmentGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T17JaniceChambersMississippi State University153 - Development of Novel Substituted Phenoxyalkyl Pyridinium Oximes Demonstrating Central Neuroprotection Following Lethal Level Administration of Organophosphates17 - A Toxidromic Approach for Chemical Medical Countermeasure DevelopmentGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T18C. LinnCadieuxUSAMRICD154 - A Novel Genetically Modified Mouse Model for Evaluating Nerve Agent Countermeasures17 - A Toxidromic Approach for Chemical Medical Countermeasure DevelopmentGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T19StephenHoughtonSRC, Inc155 - Environmental Fate of Low Volatility Agents on Operational Surfaces Using New Hazard Prediction Tools01 - Advanced Topics in Hazard PredictionGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T20JosephDrodgeDstl156 - Eddy Diffusion Modelling - A Tool for Rapid Spatially Resolved Indoor Hazard Assessment01 - Advanced Topics in Hazard PredictionGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T21JasonRodriguezApplied Research Associates, Inc157 - DRACCM as an Advanced Analytical Framework for CB Casualty Estimation and Resource Planning01 - Advanced Topics in Hazard PredictionGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T22MatthewTurnerDstl158 - Development of a Model for Spills of Liquids on Porous Surfaces01 - Advanced Topics in Hazard PredictionGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
T23ArtHinMETSS Corporation159 - HPAC Hazard Areas for Variations of Bacillus Anthracis Releases01 - Advanced Topics in Hazard PredictionGrand Ballroom B View Abstract
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