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Ensuring that research itself does not somehow endanger the community and contribute to an unwanted biological event is a primary overarching administrative and operational responsibility of any organization working with biological agents. Now more than ever, responsibility for designing, implementing, and managing programs that achieve regulatory compliance for activities with biological materials falls directly on the biosafety professional. Overlay that much of the heavy lifting in infectious disease research involves the use of animal models with their own demanding set of characteristics, controversies, and regulatory footprint, and the overall task becomes even more challenging. The CDC's 9th International Symposium on Biosafety: Current Challenges in Animal Biosafety and Biosecurity held in the winter of 2006 is the latest outstanding installment in a series of timely conferences that have long set the standard for professional biosafety continuing education. Many of the manuscripts presented at that symposium have been included in this Anthology edition. Jonathan Richmond and the other symposium collaborators, organizers and sponsors are dedicated to providing the research community with the necessary tools and information to help prepare biosafety and other allied professionals to function effectively in this increasingly visible and contentious arena.
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Book Description American Biological Safety Association, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1882147723
Book Description American Biological Safety Ass, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111882147723