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Richard O. Spertzel

Richard O. Spertzel received a B.A. in Microbiology from the University of Pennsylvania in 1955 and a V.M.D from the School of Veterinary Medicine in 1959 also from the University of Pennsylvania. In 1962, he earned a Master of Science degree in Radiationbiology from the Graduate School of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Rochester. Lastly, Mr. Spertzel received a Ph.D. in Microbiology from the University of Notre Dame in 1970.

Mr. Spertzel's most recent experience involves consulting in all matters related to biological weapons and bio-terrorism. He is an expert in all areas of biological warfare weapons and prevention, arms control, and assessment and prevention of terrorist use of biologicals and toxins. His expertise has been called upon by many U.S. government agencies, including D.T.R.A, C.I.A., and D.O.S. He assisted U.N.S.C.O.M. until its termination in 1999 and instructs the DoJ sponsored course in "Emergency Response to Domestic Biologic Incidences" through Louisiana State University. From 1994-1998, Mr. Spertzel headed the Biology Section as Senior Biologist for the United Nations Special Commission.

Mr. Spertzel has written papers on Biological Weapons Proliferation, Technical Ramifications of Including Toxins in the CWC Treaty, and Endogenous Bioregulators for the Defense Nuclear Agency. In 1991, he published an Operational Environmental Assessment for USAMRIID, where he previously served as Deputy for Research, Deputy Commander, Chairman of the Immunization Committee and the Science Review Committee of Human Use Protocols, and Chief of the Animal Assessment Division.

Mr. Spertzel is associated with the following professional societies: the American Academy of Microbiology, the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Board of Veterinary Public Health, and the National Registry of Microbiologists.

Recent articles by Richard O. Spertzel

HAVE WAR CRITICS EVEN READ THE DUELFER REPORT?Wall Street JournalOctober 14, 2004
GLASS HALF FULLNEW YORK POSTOctober 6, 2003
THE POLITICS OF MASS DESTRUCTIONWall Street JournalJune 27, 2003
Avoiding WarNational Review OnlineMarch 13, 2003
More Time?!National Review OnlineJanuary 24, 2003
No Smoking GunNational Review OnlineJanuary 13, 2003
Iraqi Mind GamesWall Street JournalDecember 4, 2002
Why Inspections Won't WorkNew York PostOctober 14, 2002
Iraq's Unchanging PositionNational Review OnlineOctober 11, 2002
Iraq's Faux CapitulationWall Street JournalSeptember 24, 2002

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