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  Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Donald Henderson
Donald Ainslie Henderson, known as D.A. Henderson, (born September 7, 1928) is an American physician and epidemiologist, whose work was vital in the international effort during the 1960s to eradicate smallpox.
From 1977 through August 1990, Henderson was dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.
The Donald A. Henderson Collection at Johns Hopkins spans his entire career there, including newspaper articles, honors, biographical material, lecture notes, speeches, and correspondence as well as awards such as the Japan Prize and the Public Welfare Medal.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Donald_Henderson   (738 words)

  
 Dr. Donald Henderson, 2/24/04
Henderson is Professor of Public Health and Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh and Resident Fellow of the Center for Biosecurity of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Henderson’s previous positions include: Associate Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President (1990-93); Dean of the Faculty of the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health (1977-90); and Director of the World Health Organization’s global smallpox eradication campaign (1966-77).
Henderson, a Lakewood, Ohio native, graduated from Oberlin College, from the University of Rochester School of Medicine, and the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health.
www.jhu.edu /voyage/2004/Henderson.htm   (231 words)

  
 Donald Henderson Summary
Donald Ainslie Henderson, known as D.A., was born in Lakewood, Ohio, in 1928 to David and Grace Henderson.
Henderson received his medical degree from the University of Rochester in 1954 and was an intern and resident at the Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital in Cooperstown, New York.
Donald "D.A." Ainslie Henderson (born September 7, 1928) is an American physician and epidemiologist, whose work was vital in the international effort during the 1960s to eradicate smallpox.
www.bookrags.com /Donald_Henderson   (2098 words)

  
 Donald McKim
Donald K. McKim is Editor, Academic and Reference with Westminster John Knox Press and an ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church (USA).
He is a graduate of Westminster College (PA) and Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, and received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Pittsburgh.
He is married to Dr. LindaJo McKim, author of one of the Leader's Guides for this study resource.
www.kerygma.com /authors/donaldkmckim.htm   (216 words)

  
 Dr. Donald Henderson
When asked by U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy G. Thompson to chair an advisory commission on bioterrorism, Dr. Donald A. Henderson didn't pause to set up an office or even a desk as he began meetings at HHS with top health officials.
While Henderson, former dean of faculty of the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, has said that a biological weapons release is not a likely event, he says the risk is not zero.
Hopkins, Henderson said, is one of the few hospitals in the nation with a plan for treating large numbers of patients.
healthandenergy.com /dr_donald_henderson.htm   (685 words)

  
 University of Pittsburgh GSPH IDM Faculty-Donald A. Henderson, MD, MPH
Donald A. Henderson, MD, MPH, is presently a Resident Scholar at the Center for Biosecurity of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Henderson is a Johns Hopkins University Distinguished Service Professor and dean emeritus of the School, with appointments in the departments of Epidemiology and International Health at the School.
Henderson was instrumental in initiating WHO's global program of immunization, which has vaccinated 80 percent of the world's children against six major diseases and has as a goal the eradication of poliomyelitis.
www.idm.pitt.edu /faculty/henderson.html   (473 words)

  
 Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient Dr. Donald A. Henderson
Henderson is most known for his work heading the World Health Organization global smallpox vaccination program from 1966-1977, as well as working to initiate the WHO global immunization program in 1974, which currently vaccinates nearly 80% of the world's children.
Donald A. Henderson, MD, MPH '60, is the founding director of the Center for Civilian Biodefense Studies at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Henderson was instrumental, in 1974, in initiating WHO's global program of immunization, which has vaccinated 80 percent of the world's children against six major diseases and has as a goal the eradication of poliomyelitis.
www.medaloffreedom.com /DonaldHenderson.htm   (949 words)

  
 Brown v. Board of Education Profiles
Henderson was only in first grade at the time, so he was unaware of the significance of his family’s actions.
For Henderson and his sister, Vicki, who was in kindergarten at the time, the switch to integrated schools was not a big change.
Even though Henderson didn’t realize the importance of the case as it was happening, he knows it opened many doors in his life and the lives of so many others.
web.ku.edu /~ojclass/brown/profiles/profile_dhenderson.html   (367 words)

  
 The Spectrum Online:
Although Henderson was initially interested in doing research as a graduate student at the University of Texas, he realized his desire to share information when he had the opportunity to teach a class in Physiological Psychology.
Henderson and his research group at the university were the first to determine the biological mechanisms through which toxins and noise exposure kill hair cells and damage the organs in the inner ear responsible for transmitting sound to the brain.
"Henderson was one of the first scientists to recognize that it might be possible to use therapeutically useful drugs that reduce the risk of hearing loss," Salvi said.
wings.buffalo.edu /publications/spectrum/article.php?id=26757   (670 words)

  
 89545 -- State v. Henderson -- McAnany -- Kansas Court of Appeals
Henderson's responses to Atteberry did not cause Atteberry to believe that he should stop the interview or that Henderson was having difficulty answering his questions.
Henderson points critically to instances in the interrogation which he characterizes as attempts to put words in his mouth and to lead him into admissions.
Henderson claims the prosecutor improperly referred to facts outside the evidence when he discussed the defense mechanisms of baby animals and the trust relationship between human babies and their parents.
www.romingerlegal.com /kansas/kansas_courts/89545.htm   (3413 words)

  
 Rimbach Publishing - Industrial Hygiene News - Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Donald Henderson a leading expert on biosecurity told a meeting of health and safety experts that public misinformation about a possible flu pandemic must be corrected through accurate communication.
Henderson has an extensive background in public health, infectious disease, biosecurity, and bioterrorism and has served as director of the Office of Public Health Emergency Preparedness and principal scientific advisor in the Office of the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services.
Henderson also said that estimates of 40 percent absenteeism in workplaces are overblown he believes absenteeism in the event of a pandemic would be closer to 15 percent.
www.rimbach.com /scripts/Fronts/IHN/Number.idc?Number=60   (799 words)

  
 Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Faculty - Donald Henderson, Health Policy and Management
Donald A. Henderson, MD, MPH '60, LHD '94 is presently a Resident Scholar at the Center for Biosecurity of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Henderson DA (2007)The use of surveillance in the eradication of smallpox and Poliomyelitis.
Henderson DA (2005) Smallpox: from eradication to resurrection.
faculty.jhsph.edu /?F=Donald&L=Henderson   (679 words)

  
 89545 -- State v. Henderson -- McAnany -- Kansas Court of Appeals
Henderson's responses to Atteberry did not cause Atteberry to believe that he should stop the interview or that Henderson was having difficulty answering his questions.
Henderson points critically to instances in the interrogation which he characterizes as attempts to put words in his mouth and to lead him into admissions.
Henderson claims the prosecutor improperly referred to facts outside the evidence when he discussed the defense mechanisms of baby animals and the trust relationship between human babies and their parents.
www.kscourts.org /kscases/ctapp/2004/20040827/89545.htm   (3352 words)

  
 Donald A. Henderson
Donald A. Henderson by unidentified photographer; fl and white photograph, c.
Donald A. Henderson was born in Lakewood, Ohio.
In 1960, Henderson received an M.P.H. from the Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health, and thereupon embarked on a career in public health epidemiology with various appointments at the CDC.
medicalarchives.jhmi.edu /sgml/henderson.html   (417 words)

  
 Donald Henderson Passes
Donald is survived by his wife Iola Mae, with whom he celebrated 60 years of marriage.
Donald is also survived by children Donna Wright, Richard and Bonnie Henderson, Ron and Mary Henderson, John and Mary Anne Henderson and Doug and Jane Henderson.
Precious grandfather of Debbie and Brian Spearing, Greg and Lorie Wright, Dawn, Corrina and Carl Henderson, Kim and Katie Henderson, Craig and Melanie Henderson, and adored Papa of Kyle, Samantha, Blake, and Alyssa.
www.standardbredcanada.ca /news/iss0606/donaldhendersonpasses0630.html   (173 words)

  
 BIO of DONALD HENDERSON   (Site not responding. Last check: )
DONALD HENDERSON, M.D., M.P.H. Donald Henderson, MD, MPH, a gastroenterologist with a private practice in Inglewood and Los Angeles, California, is the immediate past Chief of Staff at Daniel Freeman Memorial Hospital in Los Angeles.
Henderson received his undergraduate degree from Howard University and is a graduate of Florida Medical School.
Henderson serves on the Board of Directors of several organizations in the Los Angeles area.
www.gutinstincts.com /bio.htm   (286 words)

  
 Brown v. Board of Education Profiles
Even though she was a small child during the climax of the case, Cheryl Brown Henderson has not forsaken her name.
Brown Henderson also spends much of her time combatting the myths that have developed surrounding the case.
Brown Henderson says the beauty of the Brown case lies in the fact that it was ordinary people involved in the fight.
www.ku.edu /~ojclass/brown/profiles/profile_cbhenderson.html   (438 words)

  
 Utopia Silver Supplements - Bird Flu
Donald Henderson, M.D., MPH, resident fellow at the Center for Biosecurity at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, told attendees at the 2006 American Industrial Hygiene Conference and Expo in Chicago that "as of now there is cause to be concerned" about a possible avian flu pandemic.
Henderson, who once served as the country's principal science advisor under President George H.W. Bush, suggested that we could expect perhaps 15 percent of U.S. workers to stay home during the pandemic – either because they are infected with the bird flu themselves or they are caring for infected family members.
Henderson said that he has come across some "hilarious" suggestions on how to stop or slow the spread of the bird flu, if indeed a pandemic occurs.
www.utopiasilver.com /emailtemp/articlepages/birdflu.htm   (725 words)

  
 James A. Henderson, Lieutenant, United States Navy   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Henderson lived in the Washington area on and off from the late 1960s to the late 1980s.
Survivors include his wife, Sandra Henderson, from whom he was separated, and their son, James A. Henderson, both of Seville, Spain; his father, retired Capt. Donald Henderson of Fairfax; two brothers, Michael Henderson of St. Petersburg and Sean Henderson of Houston; and two sisters, Donna Pearman of Montrose, West Virginia.
HENDERSON, JAMES A. On November 9, 1998, in Florida, JAMES A. HENDERSON, beloved son of Donald Henderson, Capt.
www.arlingtoncemetery.net /jahender.htm   (282 words)

  
 Finextra: Nyfix appoints Donald Henderson CTO
Henderson will be responsible for continued enhancement of the firm's technical infrastructure which includes its data center, network, and distributed applications technologies.
Henderson has nearly 20 years of leadership and consulting experience in the financial services and information technology sectors.
Henderson worked five years at McKinsey and Company in their infrastructure technology group focusing on telecommunication and network technologies.
finextra.com /fullpr.asp?id=9609   (336 words)

  
 Ian Donald Henderson   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ian Donald Henderson was born 15 MAR 1949.
He is the son of Albert George Henderson (1917-?) and Norma Jenkins.
Ian Donald Henderson's wife is Dianne Smith (1949-?).
www.goop.org /~rpc/project_f/Records/II395.html   (28 words)

  
 Finextra: Nyfix appoints Donald Henderson CTO   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Henderson will be responsible for continued enhancement of the firm's technical infrastructure which includes its data center, network, and distributed applications technologies.
Henderson has nearly 20 years of leadership and consulting experience in the financial services and information technology sectors.
Henderson worked five years at McKinsey and Company in their infrastructure technology group focusing on telecommunication and network technologies.
www.finextra.com /fullpr.asp?id=9609   (317 words)

  
 In Memory of Donald Henderson
"Donald Henderson was a Minnieboler through and through", said Rev Dave Whiteman last week at the funeral service.
He continued, "When paying tribute to him, it is difficult to know where to start, because he lived such a full and interesting life." Donald attended Cairn Primary and Carrick Academy before going to Glasgow Art School for a year, and then finished his education at Ayr Academy.
Donald was very interested in his home town of Maybole, where he did a lot of behind-the-scenes work.
www.maybole.org /community/citizens/profiles/donaldhenderson.htm   (465 words)

  
 University of Pittsburgh News
In making these announcements, Chancellor Nordenberg said: "Donald Henderson devoted his life to the University, and few have contributed more to its quality or its character.
He was an inspiring figure to all of us who were lucky enough to work with him, and creating this chair will help memorialize his rich legacy.
He is given special credit, among his many contributions, for his roles in helping establish the University Center for Social and Urban Research and in planning and developing the University Library System.
www.pitt.edu /~univrel/media/henderson.html   (437 words)

  
 Donald Henderson Lecture
Presently, Dr. Henderson is a Resident Scholar at the Center for Biosecurity of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and Professor of Medicine and Public Health at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
Dr. Henderson is also a Johns Hopkins Distinguished Service Professor and Dean Emeritus of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, with appointments in the departments of Epidemiology and International Health.
Between 1991 and 1995, Dr. Henderson spent five years in federal government service, as Associate Director of Science and Technology Policy in the Executive Office of the President (1991-1993) and then as Deputy Assistant Secretary and Senior Science Advisor in the Department of Health and Human Services.
fhs-lb.aub.edu.lb /anniversary/henderson_lecture.html   (319 words)

  
 USC: USC TIMES: Short Article Title
Donald A. Henderson, a world-renowned public health scientist who is one of the federal government's top advisors on biowarfare threats, will present USC's Townsend Lecture March 3 in the Law School Auditorium.
"Bioterrorism is on everyone's mind, and Donald Henderson is one of this nation's foremost authorities on bioagents," said Loren Knapp, assistant dean for the College of Science and Mathematics and coordinator of this year's Townsend Lecture.
Henderson currently chairs the Council on Public Health Preparedness, which advises U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson and whose 20 members include President Sorensen.
www.sc.edu /usctimes/articles/2003/2003-02/townsend_lecture.html   (637 words)

  
 Screening and Discussion of the Atlantic Storm War Game: Lessons for Smallpox and Influenza - Council on Foreign ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
DONALD HENDERSON: Well, what we had a strong feeling that many of the heads of state and leaders really did not have a very good feeling for what the implications were of, particularly, a biological event.
HENDERSON: We have an acquaintance who shall go nameless who some years ago had to test a protocol for finding out what his university had in the way of dangerous pathogens.
HENDERSON: Yes, I think the recognition of the threat of avian flu being as serious as it is, and as likely to spread, really didn't come up until a year ago, February, March.
www.cfr.org /publication.html?id=8190   (7879 words)

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