This is a virtual only meeting!!!!

ChABSA Technical Seminar Announcement

Webinar Only 

Kevin Welch of MRI Global.

Will present on:

Biosurveillance in the National Capitol Region 2001 to Present 

 

Abstract: 

 

Kevin Welch of MRI global will discuss biosurveillance (environmental sampling)  in the National Capitol Region. Mr. Welch will present on the past, present and future challenges experienced supporting these programs that have operated continuously with no interruption for 20+ years.

 

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DATE:        March 9, 2021

 

WHERE:   Virtual platform (GoToWebinar)

 

TIME:         6:30 PM - 8:00 PM Eastern

 

COST:       Free (on-line registration only) for ChABSA members.

Keven Welch is a MRIGlobal Portfolio Director for Biosurveillance Programs who has been working on these programs since 2002. He has a Masters of Science in Cell & Molecular Biology from Florida Tech, where also he received his Bachelors of Science in Molecular Biology and Marine Biology. When he isn’t working he likes to sleep.

 

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The Chesapeake Area Biological Safety Association (ChABSA), is an incorporated, non-profit organization that is an affiliate of the American Biological Safety Association (ABSA). ChABSA was established in 1987 by local area members of ABSA with a similar interest in the safety of research using microorganisms and recombinant DNA.  

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