Thomas Ksiazek

National Biodefense Training Center

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Director of high containment laboratory operations for the Galveston National Laboratory at the University of Texas Medical Branch and director of the National Biodefense Training Center. He was in Sierra Leone in August and September 2014 to lead the CDC’s Ebola outbreak control operations. He’s the former chief of the Special Pathogens Branch at the CDC, which studies infectious diseases, and he co-discovered SARS.

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