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    Defense Threat Reduction Agency's Chemical and Biological Technologies Department      

    Ft. Belvoir, VA, US  

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    Current Personnel:

    Darnell Gardner
    Jennifer London
    Barbara Powderly
    Marty Schaeffer
    Lauralee Shapiro

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    Recent Videos

    DTRA & JPEO CBDP MCM

    DTRA & JPEO CBDP MCM

    06.22.2017 | Courtesy Video
    DTRA and JPEO partner together to bring the latest technology from the research laboratory to the warfighter.
    Smart Materials for Safer Warfighters

    Smart Materials for Safer Warfighters

    05.27.2015 | Courtesy Video
    What if a warfighter’s uniform could automatically detect chemical and biological threats? With Second Skin it’s possible! The dynamic,...

    Recent News Stories

    Tiny Tech With Big Impact

    Tiny Tech With Big Impact

    09.12.2017 | Courtesy Story
    Sometimes the smallest technologies provide the biggest impact for protecting warfighters from chemical and biological attacks. Researchers,...

    Prepping for Rapid Drug Development

    09.12.2017 | Courtesy Story
    When an outbreak as virulent and fast-moving as Ebola strikes, having resources to respond immediately can be the difference between life and death for both warfighters and civilians. To rapidly develop new treatments and medical countermeasures needed, the ability to conduct clinical research in a disease outbreak setting has significant advantages. The Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s Chemical and Biological Technologies Department...

    Academies' Young Scientists Hold the Key to Future...

    09.12.2017 | Courtesy Story
    Threats change over time. In fact, history shows us that every 10 to 15 years revolutionary technologies emerge that have a tremendous impact on how we fight. As technological advances equip both friend and foe with new weapons, the U.S. and its allies must stay at the forefront of innovation to create new tools for national defense. Basic research performed today will provide the layered defense of tomorrow, which is why the Defense Threat...

    Recent Images

    Tiny Tech With Big Impact

    Tiny Tech With Big Impact

    09.12.2017 | Courtesy Photo
    Increased local substrate concentrations in enzyme-DNA nanostructures as a result of engineered substrate-DNA interactions. Left: The DNA...
    BioBarriers

    BioBarriers

    08.22.2017 | Courtesy Photo
    Chemical distribution profiles in stratum corneum (SC) after 15 and 60 min of exposure on normal skin. High concentration of chemical remained in...
    CIDAS1

    CIDAS1

    07.25.2017 | Courtesy Photo
    A training developer evaluates CIDAS' ease of use.
    Burkholderia Gene Graphic

    Burkholderia Gene Graphic

    06.22.2017 | Courtesy Photo
    Representation of the Burkholderia pan-genome and sub-components. The purple circle represents the number of unique genes found within the genus...
    OPTing For Real-Time Detection

    OPTing For Real-Time Detection

    05.11.2017 | Courtesy Photo
    (A) Schematic of the confocal laser beam trap (B) The laser profile of the trapping hollow cone (C) A particle is trapped at the focal...
    Antibiotic-Resistant Infections

    Antibiotic-Resistant Infections

    01.09.2017 | Courtesy Photo
    Antimicrobial resistance (AMR), or the ability of a microbe to resist the effects of medication previously used to treat them, is a growing threat...

    Recent Publications

    JSTO in the News - 08.28.2017

    JSTO in the News - 08.28.2017

    Partnering Against Pandemics: Experimental Ebola Vaccine on Route to FDA Licensure, Exploring The Surface For Skin Deep Defense, Licensed To Kill:...
    JSTO in the News - 07.25.2017

    JSTO in the News - 07.25.2017

    Giving Warfighters A "CRISTAL" Ball to Identify Toxic Threats and Prepare for Surprise, Seeing Red Reduces Time and Cost of Blister Agent...
    JSTO in the News - 06.22.2017

    JSTO in the News - 06.22.2017

    Cracking the Case on Nerve Agent Detection, Solving the Burkholderia Puzzle, Improving Gas Mask Filters, DoD's Bioengineering Future
    JSTO in the News - 05.11.2017

    JSTO in the News - 05.11.2017

    Opting For Real-Time Detection, Stacking Countermeasures for Layered Defense, Lightening the Load: Losing Weight, Gaining PRotection
    JSTO in the News - 03.06.2017

    JSTO in the News - 03.06.2017

    Organs Made to Order for Testing New Countermeasures; The Fantastic Voyage: “Submarines” Set Sail For New Drug Delivery Methods; Where the...
    JSTO in the News - 02.07.2017

    JSTO in the News - 02.07.2017

    Getting Smarter for New Warfighter Countermeasures; Trace Detection and Speed - the New Name of the Game; Diagnoskeeter: Diagnosing Mosquito-Borne...

    Recent Audio

    Clancy1

    12.20.2012 | Audio by John Davis
    Terry Clancy, Ph.D., the New Jersey Department of Health’s Emergency Medical Services Task Force coordinator

    Clancy2

    12.20.2012 | Audio by John Davis
    Terry Clancy, Ph.D., the New Jersey Department of Health’s Emergency Medical Services Task Force coordinator

    Feldman1

    12.20.2012 | Audio by John Davis
    Dr. Joseph Feldman, chairman of emergency services at Hackensack University Medical Center

    Feldman2

    12.20.2012 | Audio by John Davis
    Dr. Joseph Feldman, chairman of emergency services at Hackensack University Medical Center

    Lutwick1

    12.20.2012 | Audio by John Davis
    Suzanne Lutwick, director of Grant Development and Government Relations at HackensackUMC Foundation

    Madden1

    12.20.2012 | Audio by John Davis
    Ryan Madden, chief of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s (DTRA CB – pronounced DIT-ruh SEE-BEE) Materials, Imaging Sciences and...