DHS Science and Technology Chemical and Biological Division

DHS Science And Technology Chemical And Biological Division

DHS Science and Technology Chemical and Biological Division

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<!-- I can't find who the current Under Secretary is, or even if one's been nominated. Leaving Cohen for now, with the appropriate "as of" caveat-->The Chemical and Biological Division of Homeland Security Science and Technology is a division of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, organized within the Department's Science and Technology Directorate.

The division is led by its director, Elizabeth George. It is supervised by the Under Secretary of Homeland Security for Science and Technology, a position that was, , held by Jay M. Cohen.

The 2007 High Priority Technical Needs Brochure published by Homeland Security defines critical focus areas for Chemical and Biological research, falling primarily under the category of "chemical/biological weapons defense":

  • Tools to detect and mitigate animal disease breakouts
  • Policy net assessments to provide fresh perspectives on fundamental elements of the......
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