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    Defense Threat Reduction Agency's Chemical and Biological Technologies Department      

    Ft. Belvoir, VA, US  

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    Current Personnel:

    John Benson
    Vipra Ghimire
    Matthew Klein
    Scott Vadnais
    Scott Vadnais

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    Recent Videos

    Cultivating the Ebola Vaccine

    Cultivating the Ebola Vaccine

    08.31.2020 | Courtesy Video
    On December 19, 2019, the world’s first vaccine for Ebola virus disease, Ervebo, received FDA approval. The development and evaluation of Ervebo...
    Threats Lingering in the Open Air

    Threats Lingering in the Open Air

    08.20.2020 | Courtesy Video
    To learn how biological threat agents decay upon interacting with variables in the open air, the Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s Chemical and...
    DTRA CB Briefing at NCT Virtual USA 2020

    DTRA CB Briefing at NCT Virtual USA 2020

    07.21.2020 | Courtesy Video
    The Director of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s Chemical and Biological Technologies Department (DTRA CB), Ronald Hann, Ph.D., presented...
    When a Cargo Plane Saves Lives

    When a Cargo Plane Saves Lives

    03.25.2020 | Courtesy Video
    Sometimes, a U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III airlifter can be just what the doctor ordered to help prevent the spread of Ebola virus disease....

    Recent News Stories

    One Pill. Broad Spectrum.

    One Pill. Broad Spectrum.

    10.22.2020 | Courtesy Story
    Threat-agnostic medicines are critical when dealing with unknowns such as COVID-19. What if one antiviral pill could counter several biological...
    The Rebel with a Mysterious Cause

    The Rebel with a Mysterious Cause

    08.12.2020 | Courtesy Story
    DTRA CB is learning why one stubborn bacterium just loves humans so much. In a large family, there is at least one rebel. In the bacterial...
    Threats Lingering in the Open Air

    Threats Lingering in the Open Air

    07.30.2020 | Courtesy Story
    A biological threat agent explodes out of a metal tube and travels toward a formation of warfighters. Thousands of aerosolized agents speed...
    Cultivating the Ebola Vaccine

    Cultivating the Ebola Vaccine

    06.15.2020 | Courtesy Story
    Just as a fruit needs time to ripen, so a candidate vaccine needs time to progress to an approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)....

    Recent Publications

    JSTO in the News - 10.26.2020

    JSTO in the News - 10.26.2020

    A core goal of the Joint Science and Technology Office (JSTO) for Chemical and Biological Defense (CBD) is enable the Warfighter to operate...
    JSTO in the News - 10.22.2020

    JSTO in the News - 10.22.2020

    September 2020 JSTO in the News The Fight: For years, DTRA-JSTO has been working on initiatives to fight emerging and unknown biological threat...
    JSTO in the News - 10.06.2020

    JSTO in the News - 10.06.2020

    August 2020 JSTO in the News; two articles in this issue; article 1 is "Heads or Tails;" article 2 is "Drawing Blood at the Push of a Button"
    JSTO in the News - 08.12.2020

    JSTO in the News - 08.12.2020

    July 2020 JSTO in the News; The Rebel with a Mysterious Cause: DTRA CB is learning why one stubborn bacterium just loves humans so much.
    JSTO in the News - 08.12.2020

    JSTO in the News - 08.12.2020

    July 2020 JSTO in the News; The Rebel with a Mysterious Cause: DTRA CB is learning why one stubborn bacterium just loves humans so much.
    JSTO in the News - 07.30.2020

    JSTO in the News - 07.30.2020

    This is the June 2020 issue of JSTO in the News. There are two articles in this issue: 1) Just Enough: What Amounts to Success for a Synthetic...
    JSTO in the News - 06.15.2020

    JSTO in the News - 06.15.2020

    The May 2020 issue of JSTO in the News has the following three articles: Cultivating the Ebola Vaccine; Sample to Sequence Workshop; and Of Mice...

    Recent Images

    One Pill. Broad Spectrum.

    One Pill. Broad Spectrum.

    10.22.2020 | Courtesy Photo
    Threat-agnostic medicines are critical when dealing with unknowns such as COVID-19. Image credit: Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus...
    Heads or Tails

    Heads or Tails

    10.06.2020 | Courtesy Photo
    Many illnesses have the same symptoms; diagnostic tools can beat the guessing game.
    The Rebel with a Mysterious Cause

    The Rebel with a Mysterious Cause

    08.12.2020 | Courtesy Photo
    DTRA CB is learning why one stubborn bacterium just loves humans so much. Graphic courtesy of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency's Chemical and...
    Threats Lingering in the Open Air

    Threats Lingering in the Open Air

    07.30.2020 | Courtesy Photo
    Chambers of the Captive Aerosol Growth and Evolution System (CAGES) at the Albuquerque, New Mexico, test site. Through CAGES, scientists examine...