Thomas V. Inglesby
Thomas V. Inglesby, MD
From the Center for Civilian Biodefense Strategies web pages:
"Thomas V. Inglesby, MD, is Deputy Director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Civilian Biodefense Studies, and a faculty member at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Inglesby was a principal designer, author and facilitator of the Dark Winter Exercise of June 2001. He is lead author of the article 'A Plague on Your City: Observations from TOPOFF' which appeared in Clinical Infectious Diseases in January 2001. He is first author of the articles 'Anthrax as a Biological Weapon: Medical & Public Health Management' and 'Plague as a Biological Weapon: Medical & Public Health Management', both published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). He is a principal author of 'Smallpox as a Biological Weapon: Medical & Public Health Management', also featured in JAMA. His article 'The Germs of War: How Biological Weapons Could Threaten the Civilian Population' was published in the Washington Post. He is a special editor of the section 'Confronting Biological Weapons' for the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases.
"Dr. Inglesby has served as an advisor and consultant to federal and state agencies on issues related to bioterrorism preparedness. He is a member of the committee revising 'The 1996 Olympic Clinical Treatment Protocols for Casualties Resulting from Terrorist Incidents Involving Weapons of Mass Destruction.'
"Dr. Inglesby's faculty position is with the Division of Infectious Diseases in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and he is a member of the medical staff at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Inglesby is board-certified internist and infectious disease specialist. He received his B.A. from Georgetown University in 1988 and his M.D. at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1992. He completed his internal medicine residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. In 1996-7, he was an Assistant Chief of Service in the Department of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He completed specialty training in Infectious Diseases at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He currently has clinical care responsibilities at the Johns Hopkins Hospital."