Jonathan Richmond, PhD
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Animal Biosafety
1.Richmond, JY (ed) Anthology of Biosafety, X. Animal Biosafety, American Biological Safety Association, Mundelein, IL, 2007. 

2. Richmond, JY, Hill, RH, Weyant, RS, Nesby-O'Dell, SL, and Vinson, PE. What's Hot in Animal Biosafety, Institute for Laboratory Animal Research, 44(1): 20-27, 2003.

3. Richmond, JY, and Nesby-O'Dell, SL. Biosecurity for Animal Facilities and Associated Laboratories, LabAnimal, 32(1):32-35, 2003.

4. Richmond, JY (Ed), 2002. Proceedings of the 7th National Symposium on Biosafety: Managing Risk in Animal Care and Use, Atlanta, 2002, publication of the Eagleson Institute, Sanford, ME. 

5. Richmond, JY and Quimby, F,1999. Considerations for Working Safely with Infectious Disease Agents in Research Animals, Handbook of Animal Models of Infection, Academic Press, London, 1999. 

6. CDC, Office of Health and Safety, et al, Fatal Cercopithecine herpesvirus 1 (B Virus) Infection Following a Mucotaneous Exposure and Interim Recommendations for Worker Protection, MMWR vol. 47, No. 49,  December 1998.

7. Tipple, M, Knudsen, RC, Morse, S, Foster, J, and Richmond, JY, New Federal Regulations for Transfer of Infectious Agents and Toxins, ASM NEWS 1997;53(2):66-67 

8. Richmond, JY, Ruble, DL, Brown, B and Jaax, GP, 1997. Working Safely at Animal Biosafety Levels 3 and 4: Facility Design and Management Implications, Lab Animal 26(4):28-35.

9. Richmond, JY, 1996. Animal Biosafety Levels 1-4: An Overview, in Proceedings of the 4th National Symposium on Biosafety: Working Safely with Research Animals, pp 5-8 and 168-192. JY Richmond (Ed), Atlanta 1996. 

10. Richmond, JY (Editor), Proceedings of the 4th National Symposium on Biosafety: Working Safely with Research Animals, CDC, Atlanta, GA 1996. 

11. Richmond, JY, Biosafety issues (Herpes B virus in non-human primates), in Proceedings of a conference on "Implementation Strategies for Research Animal Well-being: Institutional Compliance with Regulations, pp 87-101 L. Krulisch, Ed, Scientists Center for Animal Welfare and WARDS, Washington, DC, 1992.

12. Richmond, JY, Arambulo, P and Ruiz, AM, Protection from risk in animal studies, Lab Animal 1993; 22(2):36-9.

13. Richmond, JY, Dykewicz, C, Alderman, L and Peters, CJ, Working safely with immunocompromised animals infected with LCMV, Lab Animal 1994;23(5):25-28.

14. Richmond, JY, Hazard reduction in animal research facilities. Lab Animal 1990;20(2):23-29

15. Richmond, JY, Responsibilities in animal research. Lab Animal 1990;20(4):41-46         

16. Richmond, JY Biosafety Issues in Animal Research. Proceedings of the 15th Annual Meeting, National Capital Area Branch of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, Rockville, MD. pp 28-31, 1988. 
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