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Completed Projects

 
COPEWELL
Supported by: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Johns Hopkins University
 
Outbreak Observatory
Supported by: Open Philanthropy Project
 
Global Health Security Index
Supported by: Open Philanthropy Project; Nuclear Threat Initiative
 
Preferred reporting items for epidemic forecasting and prediction research: the EPIFORGE 2020 statement
 
Gene Drives
Supported by: Open Philanthropy Project
 
Collective Intelligence for Disease Prediction
Supported by: Open Philanthropy Project
 
Vaccine Platforms: State of the Field and Looming Challenges
Supported by: Open Philanthropy Project
 
Mobilizing Allies for Global Catastrophic Biological Risks
Supported by: Open Philanthropy Project
 
Public Health Impacts of Extended Power Interruptions: Scenario scoping, public health responses, and health priorities
Supported by: Chaomei Chen and Yu Wu
 
Iraq Implementers Conference
Supported by: CRDF Global; US Department of State, Office of Cooperative Threat Reduction
 
Technologies to Address Global Catastrophic Biological Risks
Supported by: Open Philanthropy Project
 
Clade X Exercise
Supported by: Open Philanthropy Project
 
A Framework to Analyze the Pandemic Potential of Pathogens
Supported by: Open Philanthropy Project
 
Persuasive Communications about Risks from and Response to Zika
Supported by: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
 
Developing a Health Systems Resilience Checklist and Implementation Guide
Supported by: Rockefeller Foundation
 
Global Health Security Agenda Ministerial Meeting in Uganda
Supported by: Open Philanthropy Project
 
Workshop on National Biodefense Strategy
Supported by: Open Philanthropy Project
 
Congressional Seminar on "What is Needed Now to Prepare for Major Health Emergencies"
Supported by: Open Philanthropy Project
 
Flu on Call
Supported By: The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education
 
Analyzing the Impact of the Affordable Care Act on Surveillance of Critical Diseases and Examining Ways to Enhance Direction and Control Activities
Supported By: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
 
Improving Security Through International Biosafety Norms
Supported By: Naval Postgraduate School, Project on Advanced Systems and Concepts for Countering WMD
 
Measuring and Motivating Health Department Excellence at Community Engagement in Preparedness
Supported By: de Beaumont Foundation
 
Ensuring Appropriate Public Use of Medical Countermeasures through Effective Emergency Communications
Supported By: Food and Drug Administration
 
A Community Checklist for Health Sector Resilience Informed by Natural Disasters
Supported By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
 
SPARS Pandemic Risk Communication Exercise Scenario
Center-funded
 
Public Health and Community Pharmacy Partnerships
Supported By: National Association of Chain Drug Stores
 
Making Disasters Less Disastrous: Public Health, Healthcare Executives and Emergency Management Working Together
Supported By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
 
Innovative Non‐traditional Approaches to Antimicrobial Resistance
Supported By: Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority
 
Health Sector Resilience Checklist for Highly Infectious Diseases
Supported By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
 
Redesigning Disaster Health in a Time of Change: Inculcating a Culture of Resilience within a Culture of Health
Supported By: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
 
Pre-Implementation of Taiwan's Participation in the Global Health Security Agenda
Supported By: Centers for Disease  Control, Taiwan
 
Rad Resilient City Preparedness Checklist
 
Everywhere You Look: Select Agent Pathogens
 
Protecting Building Occupants from Biological Threats
 
How to Lead During Bioattacks with the Public's Trust and Help

 

 

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To protect people’s health from epidemics and disasters and ensure that communities are resilient to major challenges.