Presentations and Publications
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Previous studies have demonstrated that aerosol sampling devices can have deleterious effects on bacteria due to stresses intrinsic to the sampling processes. Although a significant amount of work has been carried out to develop animal models of inhalational melioidosis, little information has been reported on the effects of the aerosol sampling devices on the causative bacterium, Burkholderia...
Oral presentation and accompanying poster presented at the Aerobiology in Biodefense IV Conference, Glen Allen, VA.
Presenter of poster topic presented as part of the National Cancer Institute’s Spring Research Festival, Frederick, MD
A well-characterized exposure chamber is necessary to generate reproducible atmospheres for inhalation toxicology studies. The aim of the present study was to characterize a head-only exposure chamber for non-human primates. Aerosols containing bovine serum albumin (BSA) were used to characterize a 16-L dynamic airflow head-only exposure chamber. A 250-ml plastic bottle with a respirator attached
Validation of a Chamber for Whole-Body Dispersion of Infectious Bioaerosol
Technical content contributor to poster topic presented as part of the Aerobiology in Defense-III Conference, Rocky Gap, MD
Co-presenter as part of the American Society for Microbiology conference, Baltimore, MD