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Global Monitoring for Disease Outbreaks: Project Argus

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Air date: Thursday, November 29, 2007, 3:30:00 PM
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Category: Emergency Preparedness and Biodefense
Runtime: 01:14:42
Description: Dr. Wilson is a faculty member in the departments of pediatrics, radiology, microbiology and immunology at Georgetown University Medical Center, where he directs Project Argus, a global detection and tracking system for the early detection of biological events. His presentation will focus on how non-traditional data can be used to detect outbreaks of human, animal and plant diseases. More information is available at
http://biodefense.georgetown.edu/projects/argus.aspx

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NLM Title: Global monitoring for disease outbreaks : Project Argus [electronic resource] / James Wilson.
Series: Emergency preparedness and biodefense seminar series
Author: Wilson, James M.
National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Emergency Preparedness and Biodefense Interest Group.
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Other Title(s): Emergency preparedness and biodefense seminar series
Abstract: (CIT): Dr. Wilson is a faculty member in the departments of pediatrics, radiology, microbiology and immunology at Georgetown University Medical Center, where he directs Project Argus, a global detection and tracking system for the early detection of biological events. His presentation will focus on how non-traditional data can be used to detect outbreaks of human, animal and plant diseases.
Subjects: Bioterrorism--prevention & control
Civil Defense--methods
Disease Outbreaks--prevention & control
Security Measures
Publication Types: Lectures
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NLM Classification: WA 295
NLM ID: 101463147
CIT Live ID: 6337
Permanent link: http://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?14175