2009 Chemical and Biological Defense Conference Gives VaxDesign "Outstanding Collaboration" Award

Release Date: November 25, 2009

A presentation by VaxDesign scientist Anatoly Kachurin won an award for "outstanding collaboration" at the 2009 Chemical and Biological Defense Conference, hosted by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) in Dallas, Texas. The presentation, “Novel Ex Vivo Methods to Assess Humoral Immune Responses Towards Biodefense Viruses,” was singled out from hundreds of presentations at the conference. VaxDesign congratulates Dr. Kachurin and its entire team for their outstanding work and dedicated effort.

VaxDesign scientist Dr. Anatoly Kachurin accepts an award for "outstanding collaboration" from DTRA at the 2009 Chemical and Biological Defense Conference.

VaxDesign scientist Dr. Anatoly Kachurin accepts an award for "outstanding collaboration" from DTRA at the 2009 Chemical and Biological Defense Conference. Pictured, left to right, are Mr. Thomas McMahon, CEO, CUBRC Inc., Dr. Anatoly Kachurin, and Colonel Michael O’Keefe, Deputy Director, Chemical & Biological Technology, DTRA.

About the 2009 Chemical and Biological Defense Conference

From the conference website:

The purpose of this conference is to identify and examine interrelated areas of basic and applied research within the chemical and biological defense landscape that are relevant to both the Medical and Physical Science disciplines. The conference will create an opportunity for interaction and collaboration between the traditional CB scientific areas and explore opportunities for revolutionary scientific advancement in emerging areas including, but not limited to, nanotechnology, bioinformatics, systems biology, and omics via delivery of hundreds of combined keynote, oral, and poster presentations. Outstanding members of the CB research community will be highlighted and recognized by the presentation of awards based on the quality of the individual research and presentations submitted to the conference.

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