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ISSN: 2157-2526

Journal of Bioterrorism & Biodefense
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Terri Rebmann

Terri Rebmann
Terri Rebmann
Associate Professor
Division of Environmental and Occupational Health
Saint Louis University
Saint Louis University


Terri Rebmann is an Associate Professor at the Institute for Biosecurity in the Saint Louis University School of Public Health.She is a PhD Nurse researcher with an emphasis in infectious disease emergency preparedness. In addition, she is board certified in Infection Control and Epidemiology.Her past work experience includes research and clinical practice with HIV/AIDS patients and hospital infection prevention and epidemiology. In her current position with the Institute for Biosecurity, she is responsible for teaching classes in the MS and PhD programs and conducting research. Her research areas of focus include healthcare and public health professional disaster preparedness and surge capacity issues. She publishes and lectures on bioterrorism, pandemic planning, emerging infectious diseases, and infection control practices on a national basis. She is a member and past Chair of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) Emergency Preparedness Committee.

Research Interest

Infection prevention during disasters
Hospital surge capacity
Healthcare worker preparedness for biological disasters
Healthcare associated infections during disasters
Healthcare epidemiology during disasters
Bioterrorism and pandemic planning



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