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Clinicians' Biosecurity News: Bi-weekly update on clinical issues relevant to biosecurity and health security, available online and for e-mail delivery.

Health Security Headlines: Daily update on important developments in health security, covering topics such as biosecurity and biodefense, medicine and public health, science and technology, domestic preparedness and response, government affairs and national security, and 21st century threats. Available through free subscription. 

Preparedness Pulsepoints: A weekly update on USG action in readiness and response that highlights Congressional and agency activity—pending legislation, rulemaking, upcoming hearings, and other policy developments—in 4 key topic areas: public health emergency preparedness and response, homeland security and domestic preparedness, radiological and nuclear disaster preparedness, and science and technology policy. Available through free subscription. 

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Biological and Chemical Agents of Concern: Descriptions of biological and chemical agents that have been used in the past for terrorism or are considered a serious threat, with basic information on transmission, diagnosis, treatment, and decontamination


Health Security: Dr. Thomas Inglesby is the editor-in-chief of the peer-reviewed journal that ranks among the top 10 journals in international relations.


Emerging Leaders in Biosecurity: A competitive fellowship program launched in 2012 to engage and sustain a multidisciplinary and intergenerational biosecurity community of both motivated young professionals and current leaders. Visit the ELBI Fellowship website to learn more.

Rad Resilient City: An effort to help American cities save lives following a nuclear detonation. The initiative’s centerpiece, the Fallout Preparedness Checklist, is a research-based tool to help leaders in local and regional government and public safety design and implement a fallout preparedness program. The checklist offers a vision and concrete plan for fallout preparedness that ranks actions in order of priority. Visit to learn more.