Pandemics & National Security

In an effort to thwart the spread of COVID-19, the coronavirus, AFIO-ILIN has decided to cancel this event until further notice. Your patience is appreciated.

Please join us on Saturday, March 21st at the Stoney Creek Golf Course for our next event, a discussion on pandemics and their impact on national security. We are pleased to announce special guest speaker Dr. Terry Donat, who has a wealth of knowledge on the topic and will be speaking at length on the different ways a cirual ourbreak can effect people, resources and the data in countries with reported cases and otherwise.

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with Terry Donat, MD

Saturday, March 21st @ Stony Creek Golf Course
5850 W. 103rd St. Oak Lawn, IL 60453

5:30pm, $40 (includes dinner and cocktails)

Contact John Fanning (Treasurer) for more information
708-433-9522, [email protected]

Dr. Terry Donat is the first physician certified as an Illinois Professional Emergency Manager. He is trained in acute Radiation Emergency Medicine, the Medical Management of Chemical and Biological Casualties and as a past National Disaster Life Support Instructor. He also serves as an external resource and speaker for both the FBI Chicago Field Office WMD Coordinator and the FBI WMD Directorate Biological Countermeasure Unit. He is a lifetime member of the Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA); serves as the Health and Public Health Sector Chief for InfraGard Chicago; serves aside James Terbush, MD MPH, as co-chair of the Healthcare Industry Advisory Group of the InfraGard National Disaster Resilience Council and is a member of the Healthcare and Public Health Sector Coordinating Council – DHS/DHHS. He is keenly interested in the promising capabilities of DNA data storage, as well as assessing those threats, risks, and vulnerabilities of infrastructure and evolving dual-use technologies relevant to homeland and national security.

Sponsored by the Illinois/Indiana chapter of the AFIO