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Appendix B

Federal Bureau of Investigation Field Office Telephone Numbers

Alabama
Birmingham
205-326-6166

Mobile
334-438-3674

Alaska
Anchorage
907-258-5322

Arizona
Phoenix
602-279-5511

Arkansas
Little Rock
501-221-9100

California
Los Angeles
310-477-6565

Sacramento
916-481-9110

San Francisco
4l5-553-7400

Colorado
Denver
303-629-7171

Connecticut
New Haven
203-777-6311

Delaware
Baltimore, MD
410-265-8080

Florida
Jacksonville
904-721-1211

Miami
305-944-9101

Tampa
813-273-4566

Georgia
Atlanta
404-679-9000

Hawaii
Honolulu
808-521-1411

Idaho
Salt Lake City, UT
801-579-1400

Illinois
Chicago
312-431-1333

Springfield
217-522-9675

Indiana
Indianapolis
317-639-3301

Iowa
Omaha, NE
402-493-8688

Kansas
Kansas City, MO
816-221-6100

Kentucky
Louisville
502-583-3941

Louisiana
New Orleans
504-816-3000

Maine
Boston, MA
617-742-5533

Maryland
Baltimore
410-265-8080

Massachusetts
Boston
617-742-5533

Michigan
Detroit
313-965-2323

Minnesota
Minneapolis
612-376-3200

Mississippi
Jackson
601-948-5000

Missouri
Kansas City
816-221-6100

St. Louis
314-231-4324

Montana
Salt Lake City, UT
801-579-1400

Nebraska
Omaha
402-493-8688

Nevada
Las Vegas
702-385-1281

New Hampshire
Boston, MA
617-742-5533

New Jersey
Newark
973-792-3000

Philadelphia, PA
215-418-4000

New Mexico
Albuquerque
505-224-2000

New York
Albany
518-465-7551

Buffalo
716-856-7800

New York City
212-384-1000

North Carolina
Charlotte
704-377-9200

North Dakota
Minneapolis, MN
612-376-3200

Ohio
Cincinnati
513-421-4310

Cleveland
216-522-1400

Oklahoma
Oklahoma City
405-290-7770

Oregon
Portland
503-224-4181

Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
215-418-4000

South Carolina
Columbia
803-551-4200

South Dakota
Minneapolis, MN
612-376-3200

Tennessee
Knoxville
423-544-0751

Memphis
901-747-4300

Texas
Dallas
214-720-2200

El Paso
915-832-5000

Houston
713-693-5000

San Antonio
210-225-6741

Utah
Salt Lake City
801-579-1400

Vermont
Albany, NY
518-465-7551

Virginia
Norfolk
757-455-0100

Richmond
804-261-1044

Falls Church
703-762-3000

Washington
Seattle
206-622-0460

West Virginia
Pittsburgh, PA
412-471-2000

Wisconsin
Milwaukee
414-276-4684

Wyoming
Denver, CO
303-629-7171

Terms and Abbreviations Used in This Report

APHL Association of Public Health Laboratories

CDIRF Certifier's Death Investigation Report Form

DFA direct fluorescent assays

DHHS U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

DHS U.S. Department of Homeland Security

DMORT Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team

DPMU Disaster Portable Morgue Unit

EPA Environmental Protection Agency

EOC emergency operations center

FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation

FDA Food and Drug Administration

FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency

FRP Federal Response Plan

H&E hematoxylin and eosin

HAZMAT Hazardous materials

HEPA high-efficiency particulate air

HSPD 5 Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5

ICS Incident Command System

IDIRF Investigator's Death Investigation Report Form

IHC immunohistochemical

LRN Laboratory Response Network

MCDIDS Medical Examiner/Coroner Death Investigation Data Set

ME/Cs medical examiners and coroners

NAME National Association of Medical Examiners

NDMS National Disaster Medical System

PAPRs powered air-purifying respirators

PCR polymerase chain reaction

PFO principal federal officer

PPE personal protective equipment

SAC special agent in charge

USAMRIID United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases

WMD weapons of mass destruction

Medical Examiners, Coroners, and Biologic Terrorism

Committee Members

Andrew M. Baker, M.D., NAME and Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Michael Bell, M.D., CDC, Atlanta, Georgia; Ed Bond, International Association of Coroners and Medical Examiners; Scott Bowen, M.P.H., CDC, Atlanta, Georgia; Wayne Brathwaite, CDC, Atlanta, Georgia; David Bressler, M.S., CDC, Atlanta, Georgia; Joyce L. DeJong, D.O., NAME and Sparrow Hospital, Lansing, Michigan; Richard Ehrenberg, M.D., CDC, Atlanta, Georgia; Aldo Fusaro, D.O., NAME and Cook County Medical Examiner Office, Chicago, Illinois; Bill Greim, M.P.H., CDC, Atlanta, Georgia; Sam Groseclose, D.V.M., CDC, Atlanta, Georgia; Jeannette Guarner, M.D., CDC, Atlanta, Georgia; Randy L. Hanzlick, M.D., NAME, Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office, and CDC, Atlanta, Georgia; Harvey Holmes, Ph.D., CDC, Atlanta, Georgia; Bruce Lin, M.P.H., CDC, Atlanta, Georgia; Dennis E. McGowan, NAME and Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office, Atlanta, Georgia; Denise McNally, NAME Executive Director, Atlanta, Georgia; Kurt B. Nolte, M.D., NAME, CDC, and University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Albuquerque, New Mexico; William R. Oliver, M.D., NAME and Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Trion, Georgia; Allen Paris, M.D., University of London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, United Kingdom; Lisa Rotz, M.D., CDC, Atlanta, Georgia; Wun-Ju Shieh, M.D., Ph.D., CDC, Atlanta, Georgia; John Teggetz, M.D., NAME and Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office, Wisconsin; John Watson, Federal Bureau of Investigation/Joint Terrorism Task Force, Atlanta, Georgia; Angela Weber, M.S., CDC, Atlanta, Georgia; David Williamson, Ph.D., CDC, Atlanta, Georgia; and Sherif R. Zaki, M.D., Ph.D., CDC, Atlanta, Georgia.

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