Presentations, Invited Lectures and PowerPoints

Dr. Anauld Nicogossian: Health Care Nosocomial Infections, 2013 NASA Occupational Health Conference.

A. Nicogossian,Panel Chair “United States Space Sciences and Exploration Policy in the Next 20 Years.” Policy Studies Organization, Carnegie Institution for Science, Washington DC. Link.

Dr. Arnauld Nicogossian : United States Space Sciences and Exploration Policy in the Next 20 Years.

Dr. Waleed Abdalati: Science to Inspire, Science to Serve.

Mark L. Uhran: Using the Space Environment: Technological and Scientific Prospects for the International Space Station National Laboratory. 

Dr. Richard S. Williams: Pressing Issues, Little Time: United States Space Exploration in the Next 20 Years Prospects for Space Medicine Practice.

Franceska O. Schroeder: Commercial Space: Questions Regarding the Legal and Regulatory Environment.

Presentations Resulting from Work at George Mason University

1.A. E. Nicogossian, “Updates and Trends in Occupational Health and Safety“, 2011 NASA Occupational Health Conference.

A. E. Nicogossian, “Outreach for Health Emergencies and Disaster Response: Moving From Assistance to Sustainable Programs”, ATA / TATRC First Annual Mid Year Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, September 17, 2007.

2. A. E. Nicogossian, “Avian Influenza Preparedness”, 2007 NASA Annual Occupational Health Conference, Denver, CO, July 25, 2007.

3. A. E. Nicogossian, “Medical and Health Risks in Exploration Missions: An Approach for Priority Setting and Resource Allocation”, International Space University, Strasbourg, France July 24, 2006

4. A. E. Nicogossian, “Occupational Threats from Microbial Resistance to Antibiotics”, 2006 Annual NASA Occupational Conference, Charleston, S.C., July 19, 2006

5. A. E. Nicogossian, “Decision Making Process in Public Health and Care – NASA Annual Occupational Health Conference“, San Diego, 2003

6. A. E. Nicogossian, “Workplace Violence: 14th NASA International Health Educational Distance Learning Seminars”, November 2004

7. A. E. Nicogossian, “Leaving the Biosphere: The Endless Voyage of Exploration

8. Presentations from the First Workshop of Extreme Environment:

Decision Process for Extreme Environments
GMU-Medical policies for extreme environments
Public Affairs
Extreme Environment – Radiation Workers
Medical Policy Formulation Process for ANARE
Medical Aspects for Extreme Environments
Medical Policy Considerations for Recreational and Privately Sponsored Expeditions
Medical Policy Formulation for Spaceflight
Safe Passage
Medical Policy Formulation in NASA
Medical Policy Formulation and Implementation in Commercial Aviation, Space and Training Considerations

9. Presentations from the Second Workshop of Extreme Environment:

Extreme Environments – Development of Decision Processes and Training Programs for Medical Policy Formulation
Medical Policy Formulation Process and Tools
Developing and Using a Prototype Risk Assessment Model

10. Presentations from the Third Workshop of Extreme Environment:

Medical and Health Policy Formulation for Human Exploration of the Solar System
Part I: Ethical Considerations in Scarce Resource Allocation for Health and Medical Systems Development and Operation
Medical and Health Policy Formulation for Human Exploration of the Solar System
Part II: Health and Medical Care Policies and Practices in Allocating Resources for Human Space Exploration March 30, 2006

11. A.E. Nicogossian, T. Zimmerman, et al. “Extreme Environments: Development of Decision Processes and Training Programs For Medical Policy Formulation”, 2005 American College of Preventive Medicine Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

12. D. Mutone-Smith, A.E. Nicogossian, et al. “Epidemiology of Transportation Systems and Bioterrorism”, 2005 American College of Preventive Medicine Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

13. R. Wise, A.E. Nicogossian, et al. “Critical Policy Decisions For Citizen Training In Biodefense”, 2005 Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Conference, Washington, D.C.

14. R. Wise, A.E. Nicogossian, et al. “Critical Role of Citizens in Biodefense and Early Warning”, 2005 American College of Preventive Medicine Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

15. A.E. Nicogossian, R. Wise, et al., “Priority Setting in Space Medicine”, 2007 American College of Preventive Medicine Annual Meeting, Miami, FL.

16. National Press Club Meeting. “The Future of Science and Technology Policy.” September 26, 2008. George Mason University.

 

Professional Presentations by Arnauld Nicogossian

A. E. Nicogossian, M. M. Jackson, G. W. Hoffler, R. L. Johnson, and R. A. Wolthuis. “Orthostatic Evaluation During a 56-Day Simulated Space Flight.” 44th Annual Meeting of the Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA), Las Vegas, Nevada, 1973.

R. L. Johnson, G. W. Hoffler, A. E. Nicogossian, and S. A. Bergman, Jr. “Skylab II Lower Body Negative Pressure.” Preprint of Presentation to the 5th Symposium of Man in Space, Washington, DC, 1973.

A. E. Nicogossian, G. W. Hoffler, R. J. Johnson, and R. Gowen. “Determination of Cardiac Size Following Space Missions: The Second Manned Skylab Mission.” 45th Annual Meeting of the Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA), Washington, DC, 1974.

J. Baker, A. E. Nicogossian, G. W. Hoffler, R. L. Johnson, and W. E. Thornton. “Measurement of a Single Tendon Reflex in Conjunction with Myogram: The Second Manned Skylab Mission.” 45th Annual Meeting of the Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA), Washington, DC, 1974.

R. L. Johnson, A. E. Nicogossian, S. A. Bergman, Jr., and G. W. Hoffler. “Lower Body Negative Pressure: The Second Manned Skylab Mission.” 45th Annual Meeting of the Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA), Washington, DC, 1974.

A. E. Nicogossian, G. W. Hoffler, R. L. Johnson, S. A. Bergman, Jr., et al. “Effect of Long-Duration Weightlessness on the Cardiopulmonary System of Skylab Crewmen.” 52nd Annual AOMA Meeting, Tucson, Arizona, 1974.

G. W. Hoffler, R. L. Johnson, A. E. Nicogossian, S. A. Bergman, and M. M. Jackson. “LBNP Vectorcardiographic Results.” Life Sciences Skylab Symposium, NASA-JSC, Houston, Texas, 1974.

R. L. Johnson, G. W. Hoffler, A. E. Nicogossian, S. A. Bergman, and M. M. Jackson. “Lower Body Negative Pressure—Third Manned Skylab Mission.” Life Sciences Skylab Symposium, NASA-JSC, Houston, Texas, 1974.

C. F. Sawin, A. E. Nicogossian, A. P. Schachter, J. A. Rummel, and E. L. Michel. “Pulmonary Function Evaluation During and Following Skylab Space Flights.” Life Sciences Skylab Symposium, NASA-JSC, Houston, Texas, 1974.

J. T. Baker, A. E. Nicogossian, G. W. Hoffler, R. L. Johnson, and J. Hordinsky. “Changes in Single-Tendon Reflex in Conjunction with a Myogram.” Life Sciences Skylab Symposium, NASA-JSC, Houston, Texas, 1974.

A. E. Nicogossian, G. W. Hoffler, R. L. Johnson, and R. J. Gowen. “Determination of Cardiac Size from Chest Roentgenograms.” Life Sciences Skylab Symposium, NASA-JSC, Houston, Texas, 1974.

A. E. Nicogossian, C. F. Sawin, G. W. Hoffler, and J. A. Rummel. “Pulmonary Functions During Acute Exposures to Head Down Tilt.” 46th Annual Meeting of Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA), San Francisco, California, 1975.

S. A. Bergman, Jr., R. L. Johnson, G. W. Hoffler, and A. E. Nicogossian. “Simulation of Skylab Inflight Cardiovascular Findings.” 46th Annual Meeting of Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA), San Francisco, California, 1975.

A. E. Nicogossian. “Space Pulmonary Medicine.” Texas Society for Respiratory Therapy Annual Seminar, Galveston, Texas, 1975.

A. E. Nicogossian. “Preliminary Biomedical Results of the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project Flight.“ Joint USA-USSR Working Group on Space Biology and Medicine, NASA-ARC, California, 1975.

A. E. Nicogossian. “Biomedical Results of the Last Apollo-Type Space Flight (Apollo-Soyuz Test Project).” Dr. Harry Van Vickers Memorial Lecture, 21st Annual Meeting of the Flying Physicians Association, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, 1975.

R. S. Johnston and A. E. Nicogossian. “Medical Studies in Apollo-Soyuz Test Project.” XXII International Congress of Aviation and Space Medicine, Acapulco, Mexico, 1975.

A. E. Nicogossian. “Man in Space—Life Support Problems and Solutions.” Spring Meeting of Minnesota Society of Anesthesiologists, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1976.

C. S. Leach, S. L. Kimzey, and A. E. Nicogossian. “Biochemical Changes Following Exposure to Nitrogen Tetroxide (N2O4) upon Return from Space Flight.” 47th Annual Meeting of Aerospace Medical Association (ASMA), Bal Harbour, Florida, 1976.

J. Degioanni, A. E. Nicogossian, J. Zieglschmid, and A. Karstens. “A Survey of 15 Years of Medical Experience with Astronauts.” 47th Annual Meeting of Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA), Bal Harbour, Florida, 1976.

W. G. Crosier, J. T. Baker, G. W. Hoffler, and A. E. Nicogossian. “Limb Blood Flow as a Function of Body Tilt Angle.” 47th Annual Meeting of Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA), Bal Harbour, Florida, 1976.

A. E. Nicogossian, R. Margulies, et al. “Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation Workshop.” 48th Annual Meeting of Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA), Las Vegas, Nevada, 1977.

A. E. Nicogossian and J. Waligora. “Physiological Monitoring of the Astronauts.” Undersea Medical Society Workshop, Bethesda, Maryland, 1978.

A. E. Nicogossian. “Provider Course in Advanced Cardiac Life Support.” AHA, Potomac Hospital, Woodbridge, Virginia, 1979.

A. E. Nicogossian. “Role of Life Sciences in Space Explorations.” State of the Art Lecture, 86th Meeting of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, San Diego, California, 1979.

A. E. Nicogossian. “Medical Aspects of Spaceflight.” Aerospace Medical Association (AsPA) Regional CPE Course on Modern Concepts of Aerospace Activities: Medical Aspects, Dayton, Ohio, 1979.

A. E. Nicogossian, P. Rambaut, and S. Pool. “The Shuttle and Its Importance to Space Medicine.” 31st IAF Congress, Tokyo, Japan, 1980.

A. E. Nicogossian, L. F. Dietlein, and S. Pool. “Concepts of Longitudinal Studies for Shuttle Crews.” XI US-USSR Joint Working Group Meeting on Space Biology and Medicine, Moscow, USSR, 1980.

S. Pool and A. E. Nicogossian. “Medical Selection Standards for Astronauts.” 52nd Annual Meeting of the Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA), San Antonio, Texas, 1981.

A. E. Nicogossian. “Weightlessness and Pulmonary Function.” California Respiratory Therapy Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, 1982.

A. E. Nicogossian, S. Pool, and P. Rambaut. “Cardiovascular Responses to Spaceflight.” 6th International Symposium of the Physiological Sciences, Moscow, USSR, 1983.

P. Rambaut and A. E. Nicogossian. “Space Life Sciences and Radiation Biology.” COSPAR, Graz, Austria, 1984.

A. E. Nicogossian, P. Rambaut, and S. Pool. “Assessment of Medical Risk in Spaceflight.” 35th IAF Congress, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1984.

A. E. Nicogossian, S. Pool, C. S. L. Huntoon, and J. I. Leonard. “Development of Countermeasures for Use in Space Missions.” 36th IAF Congress Stockholm, Sweden, 1985.

A. E. Nicogossian. “Cardiovascular Responses to Microgravity.” Health Care Expo, Washington, DC, 1985.

A. E. Nicogossian, F. Sulzman, M. Radtke, and M. Bungo. “Assessment of the Efficiency of Medical Countermeasures in Space Flight.” 37th IAF Congress, Innsbruck, Austria, 1986.

J. I. Leonard, R. J. White, B. F. Lujan, and A. E. Nicogossian. “Use of Mathematical Modeling in Space Biomedical Research.” US/USSR Joint Working Group Meeting on Space Biology and Medicine, Nal’chik, USSR, 1987.

S. R. Mohler, A. E. Nicogossian, and P. McCormack. “Inflight Combined Vertical and Lateral Space Vehicular Accelerations: Human Tolerances.” 38th IAF Congress, Brighton, England, 1987.

A. E. Nicogossian and P. McCormack. “Artificial Gravity–A Countermeasure for Zero Gravity.” 38th IAF Congress, Brighton, England, 1987.

S. R. Mohler, A. E. Nicogossian, P. McCormack, and S. R. Mohler, Jr. “Human Tolerance to Gy and Gz Acceleration.” 59th Annual Meeting of Aerospace Medical Association Meeting (AsMA), New Orleans, Louisiana, 1988.

A. E. Nicogossian and V. Garshnek. “Terrestrial Benefits from Space Life Sciences.” Space Medicine Conference, Annenberg Medical Center, CA, 1988.

A. E. Nicogossian. “Cardiovascular Changes in Space Flight.” International Cardiovascular and Rheology Conference, Toulouse, France, 1988.

A. E. Nicogossian, E. Moseley, C. Leach Huntoon, and S. Pool. “Long Term Follow up of Astronaut Health Indices.” 39th IAF Congress, Bangalore, India, 1988.

C. S. Leach, L F. Dietlein, S. L. Pool, and A. E. Nicogossian. “Medical Considerations for Extending Human Presence in Space.” 39th IAF Congress, Bangalore, India, 1988.

A. E. Nicogossian. “NASA Space Life Sciences Strategy and Operational Considerations.” Space Medical Conference, Annenberg Medical Center, CA, 1988.

J. M. Waligora, D. J. Horrigan, and A. E. Nicogossian. “The Physiology of Spacecraft and Space Suite Atmosphere Selection.” 8th Man in Space Symposium, IAA, Tashkent, USSR, 1989.

A. E. Nicogossian, S. L. Pool, and J. I. Leonard. “Cardiovascular Responses at Rest and during Exercise during Prolonged Spaceflight.” 8th Man in Space Symposium, IAA, Tashkent, USSR, 1989.

A. E. Nicogossian, C. L. Huntoon, J. Charles, J. Leonard, and S. Pool. “Effects of Body Posture on Biomedical Data Obtained from Space Flight.” 40th IAF Congress, Malaga, Spain, 1989.

A. E. Nicogossian, L. Harris, L. Couch, F. Sulzman, and K. K. Gaiser. “Medical and Technology Requirements for Human Solar System Exploration Missions.” 40th IAF Congress, Malaga, Spain, 1989.

A. E. Nicogossian, C. Huntoon, J. Charles, J. I. Leonard, and S. Pool. “Effects of Body Posture on Biomedical Data Obtained from Manned Missions.” 40th Congress of the International Aeronautical Federation, Bristol, England, 1989.

A. E. Nicogossian. “Physiological and Psychological Effects of Prolonged Space Flight.” 3rd Nihon University International Symposium on Aerospace Science, Tokyo, Japan, 1990.

A. E. Nicogossian, F. M. Sulzman, K. K. Gaiser, and R. C. Teeter. “Physiological Adaptation to Space Flight.” AIAA Space Programs and Technologies Conference, Huntsville, Alabama, 1990.

A. E. Nicogossian. “Meeting Human Needs.” 29th Goddard Memorial Symposium (Humans and Machines in Space: The Vision, The Challenge, The Payoff), Washington, DC, 1991.

A. E. Nicogossian. “Medical Technology from Space Research.” 13th Annual International IEEE Conference, Orlando, FL, 1991.

A. E. Nicogossian and K. K. Gaiser. “Future Directions of Space Life Sciences.” 9th IAA Man in Space Symposium, Cologne, Germany, 1991.

A. E. Nicogossian, C. Huntoon, K. K. Gaiser, and R. C. Teeter. “Critical Issues for Space Life Sciences.” 3rd International Symposium on Space Medicine, Nagoya, Japan, 1992.

Bradley G. Beck and A. E. Nicogossian. “Use of Injectable Promethazine to Decrease Symptom Scores of Space Motion Sickness.” 63rd Aerospace Medicine Association Meeting, Miami, Florida, 1992.

A. E. Nicogossian and K. K. Gaiser. “Space Medicine and Solar System Exploration.” 40th International Aviation and Space Medicine Meeting, Tokyo, Japan, 1992.

A. E. Nicogossian. “Space Life Sciences Today.” 10th Man in Space Symposium, Tokyo, Japan, 1993.

S. L. Pool, R. D. Billica, J. B. Charles, and A. E. Nicogossian. “Medical Risk Assessment for Space Shuttle Missions.” In Preprints of the 10th IAA Man in Space Symposium, IAA-0303, April 1993.

V. Schneider, V. Oganov, A. LeBlanc, A. Rakhmanov, L. Taggart, A. Bakulin, L. Varonin, A. E. Nicogossian, A. Grigoriev. “The Impact of Altered Bone Physiology on Long Duration Missions.” In Preprints of the 10th IAA Man in Space Symposium, IAA-T-0802, April 1993.

H.C.Holloway, A.E.Nicogossian and D.F.Stewart, Editors J.P.Dervay, C.R. Doarn and R.Teeter Co-Editors, Internationals Telemedicine/Disaster Medicine Conference, December 1991. Proceedings, NASA Publication NP-207, May 1993.

A. E. Nicogossian, S. L. Pool, and R. D. Billica. “Operational Medicine Considerations for International Space Missions.” 44th IAF Congress, Graz, Austria, 1993.

S. L. Pool, R. D Billica, and A. E. Nicogossian. “Medical Risks Associated with Extending Shuttle Missions.” 44th IAF Congress, Graz, Austria, October 1993.

A.E.Nicogossian “Medical Issues in Short and Long Duration Space Missions” Preprints of AAAS 160th Annual Meeting on Science and a Changing World.San Francisco, Feb. 1994.

A.E.Nicogossian, E.W.Ferguson and C.R.Doarn: “Telemedicine: NASA’s Perspective.” Program of the International Space University Summer Session, Barcelona, Spain.

C.R.Doarn, E.W.Ferguson and A.E.Nicogossian, Telemedicine Spacebridge to Armenia: Experiences with Medical Consultation via Satellite, 1994 Summer Session, International Space University, Barcelona, Spain 1994.

D.F.Stewart, A.E.Nicogossian and C.R.Doarn: Applying Space Technology to International Disaster Relief, 65th Annual Scientific Meeting of Aerospace Medical Association, San Antonio, TX May 1994.

A.E.Nicogossian,S.L.Pool,and C.F.Sawin: “Status and Efficacy of Countermeasures to Physiological Deconditioning from Space Flight.” 45th International Astronautical Federation Congress, Jerusalem, Israel October 9-14, 1994.

M.A.Frey and A.E.Nicogossian: “Adaptation to Space Flight” Conference on Physiological Adaptation to Extreme Environments, International Congress of Physiology, San Diego, California, November 1-2, 1994.

M. Averner, A. Nicogossian et al.: “Remote Sensing and Vector Borne Diseases” 46th. International Astronautical Federation Congress. Stokholm, Sweeden, October 5-9, 1995.

C.R.Doarn, E.W.Ferguson and A.E.Nicogossian: Telemedicine and Telescience in the U.S. Space Program. Conference proceedings 20th International Symposium on Space Technology and Science, Gifu, Japan, May 1996.

A.E. Nicogossian, C.R. Doarn, J.D. Collier, Medical Care Delivery in the Extreme Environments of Space. Conference Proceedings 48th International Astronautical Congress, Turin, Italy, October 1997.

A.E. Nicogossian, “Supporting Human in Space,” address at the Science Technology Applications International Forum (STAIF), January 26, 1998 (City).

A.E. Nicogossian, “OLMSA, Exploration, and Fluids Physics,” address delivered at the Fourth Microgravity Fluid Physics and Transport Phenomena Conference, August 12, 1998, Cleveland, Ohio.

A.E. Nicogossian, “Paving the Way for ISS Research, The Spaclab Legancy,” 49th International Astronautical Congress, Australia, September 30, 1998.

A.E. Nicogossian, “Space Station and International Research,” address to IFSUSS Noordwijk ISS Conference, November 1998.

A.E. Nicogossian, “Research on the International Space Station,” address to the American Association for the Advancement of Science, January 1999.

A.E. Nicogossian, “Life and Microgravity Research at NASA,” address to University of Pittsburgh students, School of Public Health, April 1999.

A.E. Nicogossian, S.L. Pool, M. Wear and P, Maum: “Updates in Long Term Followup of Astronaut Health,” 50th IAF Congress, IAF/IAA-99-G.1.04, Amsterdam, Holland, October 1999.

A.E. Nicogossian ” Telemedicine in the United States and NASA Space Program” 5th.World Conference on Telemedicine, Toulouse, France March 2000.

A. Nicogossian, Tom Zimmerman et al “Process for medical policy formulation for extreme environments” Poster Session, 2005 Annual Meeting of the American College of Preventive Medicine.

R. Wise, A. Nicogossian et al “ Critical Role of Citizens in Biodefense and Early Warning” Poster Session, 2005 Annual Meeting of the American College of Preventive Medicine.

D. Mutone-Smith, A. Nicogossian et al “ Bioterrorism and the epidemiology of transportation system in D.C.” Poster Session, 2005 Annual Meeting of the American College of Preventive Medicine.

A. Nicogossian, R. Wise et al “Critical Policy Considerations for the Citizen Training in Biodefense” Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Conference, Washington D.C. 2005.

 

Invited Lectures and Keynote Addresses by Arnauld Nicogossian

1979 “Cardiopulmonary Changes in Spaceflight.” Department of Pulmonary Medicine, Mt. Sinai Medical School, New York, New York

1985 “Space Medicine.” School of Hygiene and Preventive Medicine, Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, Maryland

1990 “Medical Applications from Space Life Sciences Research.” Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Howard Gillman Foundation, Cornell Medical School, New York, New York

1992 “Medical Experience in Space.” Annual Milton Karnestein Memorial Lecture, Mt. Sinai Medical School, New York, New York

1993 “Achievements of Human Spaceflight.” Annual Meeting of the Guatemala American Astronautical Society, Guatemala

1993 “Space for Life.” 9th Planetary Congress of the Association of Space Explorers, Vienna, Austria

1993 “Current Concepts in Space Medicine” National Institutes of Health Grand Rounds

1993 “Gravitational Biology and Space Medicine” Session of the AAAS Annual Meeting San Francisco

1994 Harry G. Armstrong Annual Lecture, established by SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals, Annual Meeting of the Aerospace Medical Association

1994 “Updates in Aerospace Physiology and Medicine” University of Texas at Galveston, Medical School Grand Rounds, Galveston, TX

1994 “Principles of Space Medicine ” Visiting Faculty Department of Surgery, USC Medical School, Los Angeles CA

1994 Visiting Faculty, International Space University(ISU),”Application of Space Technology to Global Health, Barcelona, Spain

1994 Visiting Faculty IN-HA University,”Human Spaceflight-Medical Considerations”

1994 “Human Factors Engineering,” Korea Aerospace Research Institute

1994 General Chang Memorial Lecture,”Space Medicine Present and Future,” 10th. Aeromedical Association of Korea and Korean Academy of Aerospace Medicine Fall Scientific Meeting, Republik of Korea Air Force Aeromedical Research Institute, Korea

1995 Physiology of Adaptation and Human Spaceflight. Keynote Address at the 24th. General Assembly of the Japan Medical Congress, Nagoya, Japan

1995 Introduction to Space Medicine, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia

1995 Opening Address: Medical Consideration for International Space Missions. Fifth Annual Conference of the Space Dermatology Foundation

1996 Benefits of Space Technology: Remote sensing and Global Health. 12th. National pace Symposium: “Enhancing life on Earth” United Space Foundation/United Nations, Colorado Spring, CO

1996 Physiology of the Locomotor System on Earth and in Space, Space Biomedical Center for Research and Education, Moscow State University

1996 Remote Sensing and Vector Borne Diseases. Symposium in Recognition of National Science and Technology Week, Bowman Grey School of Medicine, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC

1996 The Universe Around Us. Middle Schools of Winston – Salem, National Science and Technology Week, NC

1997 “Microgravity Research and Exploration,” International Space Conference of Pacific-Basin Societies, Nagasaki, Japan

1999 NASA’s Investment in Medical Informatics,” address to the 1999 Annual Meeting of the American Telemedicine Associations.

1999 “NASA and Medical Informatics,” address to the 4th G7/G8 Meeting Subproject – 4, Forum in Telemedicine, Washington, DC

1999 “Status of NASA Health Care Practices for Spaceflight,” address to the Board of Health Science Policy of the Institute of Medicine, National Academies

1999 “Diagnostic and Medical Informatics” address to the International Symposium on Diagnostic Medicine, Erevan, Armenia

1999 “Medical Informatics,” Address to the Central Florida Chapter of the Healthcare I Information and Management

2000 “Updates in Space Medicine.” University of Texas Medical School at Galveston, TX Grand Rounds, Galveston, TX

2000 “Status of Biomedical Research in Space and Research Plans for the International Space Station: A Review of Health Monitoring in Extreme Environment.” French Senate, Luxembourg Palace, Paris, France

2000 “Space Medicine Revisited” Cornell Medical School Grand Rounds, New York, NY

2000 Space Physiology and Medicine lecture to biomedical engineering students, APL- Johns Hopkins University, MD

2000 TeleHealth in NASA, Keynote Address, American Telemedicine Association, Annual Meeting, Phoenix Arizona

2000 Future of Space Medicine, IAA Man in Space Conference

2000 Space Medicine Benefiting Health Care on Earth, The George S. Bascom Memorial Series Workshops, Kansas State University

2000 Space-week in Brazil, Science, Math and Engineering Careers Education for K – 8 K-12

“Leaving the Biosphere: The Endless Voyage of Discovery.” Fourth Carl Sagan Memorial Lecture 47th Annual Meeting of the American Astronautical Society, Houston, TX

Technology Impact on Health Care, US Medicine Institute Workshop, Washington, DC

“Journey into the Future: Emerging Technologies,” Futuract Conference for French Executives, Paris, France

NASA’s Breakthrough in Biomedical Technologies and Impact on Quality Health Care, National Committee on Quality Health Care, Washington, DC

2001 “US/Russian Collaboration in Space and Telemedicine,” International Telemedicine Symposium, Moscow, Russian

2001 “Challenge for the 21st Century,” NASA Occupational Health Conference, Galveston, TX

2001 “Medical Aspects of Human Space Travel,” Interdepartmental Center for Space Medicine, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD

“Health Care: The Space – Earth Connection” 6th Annual Meeting of the American

“Health Care: The Space – Earth Connection” 6th Annual Meeting of the American Telemedicine Association, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

“Telemedicine and e-Health at NASA” and “ E – Health Enterprise: A Tutorial” HealthCom 2001 International Workshop. L’Aquilla, Italy

“Space Physiology and Medicine: Getting There from Here”; Pharmaceutical Museum of Lisbon, Portugal

2002 “Space Physiology and Medicine”: University of Medicine, Salamanca, Spain

2002 “Telemedicine in Extreme Environments” : Keynote Address at the Telemedicine in Care Delivery Symposium, Pisa, Italy

2002 “Medical and Public Health Issues in Disaster Preparedness and Response”: Workshop for Afghanistan Humanitarian and Relief Workers, Center for Peace Keeping Operations, George Mason University, Arlington, VA

“Taking the Fear out of the Terrorists Tool Box” Keynote Address at the invited leadership and small business meeting workshop, Institute of Homeland Security and SPP, GMU Fairfax, VA

2003 “Visions and Realities- A Historical Review of Space Medicine” Society of NASA Flight Surgeons, Aereospace Medicine Association Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX

2006 Human Survival Beyond the Low Earth Orbit, Panel Discussion and Presentation On Bioethics and Space Exploration. International Space Unv., Strasbourg, France

2007 Planning for an International Distance Learning Educational Program. Mid Year American Telemedicine Association Meeting, Las Vegas Nevada

2008 The Future of Science and Technology Policy: A Forum on the Presidential Election –Space National Press Club. Washington D.C.