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  1. Special thanks to the BSL4 Science and Safety Faculty: Lee M. Alderman LMA Consulting Ruth L. Berkelman Center for Public Health Preparedness & Research David Bressler Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Walt Dowdle Emory University Richard Henkel Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Sean G. Kaufman Center for Public Health Preparedness & Research Henry Mathews BSL3 Science and Safety Program Peter Jahrling National Institutes of Health June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Click here to view photos 1 - 17

  2. June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Next photo Previous photo The June 2006 course had 6 participants, coming from Colorado, Maryland, Texas, Virginia and Switzerland. 2 - 17

  3. June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Next photo Previous photo Participants inspecting suits for rips, tears, or any other type of damage. 3 - 17

  4. June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Next photo Previous photo Participants are asked to demonstrate knowledge of the donning and doffing SOP – through observational and written assessment. 4 - 17

  5. June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Next photo Previous photo All participants are closely mentored and watched by faculty – should participants have any questions. 5 - 17

  6. June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Next photo Previous photo Once in the laboratory, participants are asked to complete a series of practical exercises. 6 - 17

  7. June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Next photo Previous photo Faculty work very closely with participants, providing guidance and answering questions along throughout the course. 7 - 17

  8. June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Next photo Previous photo Participants practice connecting their air hoses as they make their way around the mock laboratory. 8 - 17

  9. June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Next photo Previous photo Participants are asked to demonstrate biosafety practices (using pipettes, disposing of needles, and minimizing the use of sharps). 9 - 17

  10. June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Next photo Previous photo The mock laboratory environment provides a unique opportunity for trainers to stop an exercise and instruct participants when both an incorrect or correct behavior occurs. 10 - 17

  11. June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Next photo Previous photo Participants work together to solve a problem which has occurred in the BSL4 enviornment. 11 - 17

  12. June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Next photo Previous photo Participants practice showering out of a BSL4 laboratory. 12 - 17

  13. June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Next photo Previous photo Participants practice working with someone who is unconscious and needs to be evacuated from the laboratory. 13 - 17

  14. June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Next photo Previous photo On the final day of the course, participants must demonstrate a level of competence – evaluated by an observational assessment. 14 - 17

  15. June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Next photo Previous photo Additionally, each participant must successfully complete a written examination with an 85% or better to successfully complete the course. 15 - 17

  16. June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Next photo Previous photo By day 5, participants are tired. However still find time for some fun! 16 - 17

  17. June 18 – 23, 2006BSL4 Science and Safety Course Previous photo Participants show off certificates of achievement. Nicoletta Previsani, World Health Organization Nanda Gudderra, National Institutes of Health Anne-Sophie Brocard, University of Texas Yonas Mehari, Biodefense/Emerging Infections Jennifer Danieley, National Institutes of Health Kimberly Ann Bishop, Uniformed Services University 17 - 17