Our Publications

Our Pubs
Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science

Drs. Thomas Inglesby and D. A. Henderson are Coeditors-in-Chief of this peer-reviewed journal, the only one of its kind, which ranks among the top 10 journals in international relations. The journal is now in its ninth year of publication, with a readership that has grown steadily since its inception in 2003. More than half of the journal’s subscribers are from outside the U.S., with an international audience of individual and institutional subscribers in Canada, South America, Europe, India, China, and countries across Asia.

 
Biosecurity News Today
Biosecurity News Today

The Center tracks a broad array of national and international news outlets, peer-reviewed scientific literature, and key reports from the U.S. government, NGOs, and international agencies to ensure that the most relevant news is compiled. This email newsletter covers ongoing disease epidemics, emerging threats to national and homeland security, public health and hospital preparedness and response, medical countermeasures development, and cutting-edge scientific research pertaining to biosecurity. Subscribe

 
Preparedness Pulsepoints
Preparedness Pulsepoints

Delivered first thing Monday morning, Preparedness Pulsepoints offers a concise snapshot of each week’s USG action on readiness and response. This weekly e-mail brief on Congressional and agency activity compiles pending legislation, rulemaking, upcoming hearings, and other policy developments and organizes all into 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. Subscribe

Clinicians' Biosecurity News
Clinicians' Biosecurity News

Established in the wake of the 2001 anthrax attacks, the Clinicians' Biosecurity News (CBN) serves as a source for timely and reliable updates during biosecurity emergencies and provides biweekly expert updates on issues in clinical biosecurity. We reach several thousand subscribers in every state in the U.S. and 60 countries worldwide. Our expert synopses of new developments in infectious diseases, drug development, public health preparedness, and public policy highlight biosecurity implications of clinical issues, identify areas in need of research, and call attention to unusual events and emerging outbreaks. Subscribe