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Those attending the Simpsonwood meeting on mercury included:

1. Roger Bernier, Ph.D., CDC's associate director for science

2. Robert Brent, M.D., Thomas Jefferson University and Dupont Hospital for Children, developmental biologist and pediatrician

3. Vito Caserta, M.D., Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Vaccine Injury Compensation Program's chief medical officer

4. Bob Chen, M.D., CDC's chief of Vaccine Safety and Development, National Immunization Program

5. Tom Clarkson, M.D., University of Rochester, New York, Mercury program

6.  John Clements, World Health Organization (WHO) representing expanded program on immunization

7.  Bob Davis, M.D., University of Washington, associate professor of pediatrics and epidemiology

8.  Bill Egan, Ph.D., FDA's Center for Biologics, Evaluation & Research

9.  David Johnson, M.D., Michigan state public health officer, Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)

10.  Dick Johnston, M.D., University of Colorado School of Medicine and National Jewish Center for Immunology and Respiratory Medicine, immunologist and pediatrician

11.  Loren Koller, D.V.M., Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine, pathologist, immunotoxicologist

12.  Martin Meyers, M.D., CDC's acting director, National Immunization Program

13. Walter Orenstein, M.D. CDC's director, National Immunization Program

14.  Isabelle Rapin, M.D., Albert Einstein College of Medicine, neurologist for children

15.  Tom Verstraeten, M.D., CDC's National Immunization Program presently employeed by Glaxo-Welcome, vaccine company

16.  Bill Weil, M.D., retired pediatrician, representing American Academy of Pediatrics' (AAP)

 

Those attending the Puerto Rico meeting on aluminum included:

1. Martin Myers: 2000 Acting Director of the National Vaccine Program Office (NVPO)
2. DR. Fred Vogel: Program platform leader at Aventis Pasteur
3. DR Robert Hunter: University of Texas
4. DR Carl Alving: Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
5. DR. Norman Bayler: Acting Deputy Director of the Office of Vaccine Research and Review and Associate Director for Biological Evaluation of Research at FDA
6. DR Lizzie Leininger: SmithKline Beecham
7. DR John Clements: WHO
8. DR Neal Halsey: John Hopkins University
9. DR Bruce Gellin
10. DR Romain Gherardi: Inserm, France
11. DR Michael Gerber: National Institutes of Medicine
12. DR Sam Keith: ATSDR
13. DR Nathalie Garcon-Johnson: SmithKline Beecham
14. DR John Clements: Medical Officer with the expanded program on immunizations for more then 14 years at WHO
15. DR Armand: ?
16. DR Francois Verdier: Aventis Pasteur
17. DR Bruce Fowler: University of Maryland School of Medicine and Graduate School, where he is the director of the program of toxicology
18. DR Ham HogonEsch: Professor of immunopathology at Purdue University of Utrecht, also is a diplomat of the College of Veterinary Pathologists
19. DR Paul Tchounwou: Jackson State University
20. DR Bob Chen: CDC
21. DR Grabenstein: United States Army
22. Dr Robert Pless: CDC
23. DR Stanley Music: Environmental epidemiologist in North Carolina, 28 years with the CDC in part of the small pox program, now with Merck Research
Laboratories on the Worldwide Safety and Epidemiology Program
24. Stan Hem: (Merck?)
25. DR Charles Tood: CDC
26. DR John Wheeler: Toxicologist in the division of toxicology at ATSDR, the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, not CDC but sister agency of
CDC. Works in the office of the Assistant Director for Science
27. DR Richard Flarend: Penn State, Altoona
28. DR Miles Braun: FDA
29. DR Peggy Rennels, Professor of Pediatrics in Center for Vaccine Development at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine, Member of the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Infectious Disease, AKA Red Book Committee, also a member of the CDC's Advisory Committee for immunization Practices, the ACIP. She is also the only voting member of both parties.
30. DR Bernadette Hendrickx, SmithKline Beecham
31. DR Phil Pittman: fellowship at NIH, Current USAMRIID at Fort Dietrich, Senior
Medical Scientist, and Chief of the Division of Medicine, Emeritus
32. DR Ted Eickhoff: University of Colorado
33. DR Laura York: Wyeth Lederle

Attendees:
May 12, 2000 Meeting

All the same above named individuals attended including additions below.

34. DR Max Lum: CDC for 15 years in Health Education and Health Communication and Safety as well as the Health Communications Group, serves as Chairman of the Surgeon General's Subcommittee on Risk of Communication and Education, Provided help to Department of Defense, and spoke at National Vaccine Advisory Committee

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