Chemical and Biological Security Research at UIUC

Biological and Chemical Security includes the overlap between detection of and defense against chemical agents and the toxins, the source of which can be either man-made or natural, and biological effects of chemical weapons and large-scale releases of hazardous industrial chemicals, that can often be serious and long-lasting. Biological and Chemical Security is an area that concerns the environment as well as the people living in it. The increasing amount of threats in this area that are fueled by both global political tension and technological advancements makes it a crucial branch of security.

Full NameEmailCollege/Program/DepartmentTitlePublishing Date
Brenda Wilsonwilson7@illinois.eduMolecular and Cellular BiologyThe biosecurity threat posed by biological toxins2015-01-01
Blanke Stevensblanke@illinois.eduMolecular and Cellular BiologyAOAC SMPR(®) 2016.0062016-05-30
Rebecca Smithrlsdvm@illinois.eduIntegrative BiologyEconomic risk analysis model for bovine viral diarrhea virus biosecurity in cow-calf herds2014-03-01
Andrei Kuzminovkuzminov@illinois.eduMolecular and Cellular BiologyPotentiation of hydrogen peroxide toxicity: From catalase inhibition to stable DNA-iron complexes2017-07-01
John Herrmannjah1110@illinois.eduVeterinary MedicineBarriers to, Efforts in, and Optimization of Integrated One Health Surveillance: A Review and Synthesis2015-05-01
Mei-Po Kwanmkwan@illinois.eduGeography and GISSurface water areas significantly impacted 2014 dengue outbreaks in Guangzhou, China2016-10-01
Matthew Stasiewiczmstasie@illinois.eduFood Science and Human NutritionTwenty-two years of u.s. meat and poultry product recalls: Implications for food safety and food waste2016-04-01