Explore outbreaks of diseases caused by the 80+ select agent pathogens. Take a ringside seat for a smallpox attack scenario. Learn leadership skills for managing an epidemic. Or explore ways to protect building occupants from biological threats.
As part of its Select Agent Program, the USG regulates 80+ pathogens, nearly all of which are found in nature and cause disease outbreaks with some regularity. We mapped disease outbreaks caused by select agent pathogens worldwide in the 22-month period between January 1, 2009, and October 31, 2010. This interactive map allows you to explore those outbreaks by country and by pathogen.
This online version of the Rad Resilient City workbook offers a practical, step-by-step approach for cities and regions to follow in designing and implementing a fallout preparedness program that will protect people after a nuclear detonation.
Guidance for government and health officials on anticipating and averting governing pitfalls that arise during epidemics.
Practical steps for reducing the risk of exposure to harmful pathogens after an aerosol release of a biological weapon.