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Dr. Joseph Bielitzki T.

Chair of Defense Sciences Office

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

HQ Phone: (571) 218-4224

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

675 North Randolph Street

Arlington, Virginia 22203

United States

Company Description

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is the central research and development organization for the United States Department of Defense. It manages and directs selected basic and applied research and development projects for the Department ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President for Science
LensAR , Inc.

Consultant
VaxDesign Corporation

Board Member
Association of Primate Veterinarians

Affiliations

Science Advisor
Waltham Centre for Pet Nutrition

Board Member
Scientists Center for Animal Welfare

Board Member
National Animal Interest Alliance

Committee
International League of Associations for Rheumatology

Education



National Institutes of Health's Regional Primate Research Center



University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine

Bachelor of Science degree
Biology
University of Illinois at Chicago

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Master's of Science degree
Reproductive Physiology/Dairy Science
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Joseph T. Bielitzki, DVM, MS | IACUC 101

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Joseph T. Bielitzki, DVM, MS
Consultant & Science Advisor
Joseph T. Bielitzki currently works as a consultant for the pet care industry. He serves as a science advisor for the Waltham Centre for Pet Nutrition in Waltham-on-the-Wolds, Leicestershire, United Kingdom. Dr. Bielitzki's interests include developing novel research and clinical approaches to biomedical problems, ethics in biomedical research, and primate medicine. Most notably, Joe served on the ILAR committee that produced the 2011 Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals. He has served on numerous IACUCs during his career and speaks frequently on ethical issues and animal use. Currently on the Board of Directors of the Scientists' Center for Animal Welfare, he also is active in the International Primatological Society as well as a number of great ape conservation projects in Central Africa. Dr. Bielitzki has worked in government, academia, industry and private practice to include the University of Central Florida, where he chaired the IRB, coordinated the human research protection program, and served as the Associate Director of the NanoScience Technology Center. He also served as the Attending Veterinarian at the Sanford-Burnham Institute for Biomedical Research, in Orlando. He worked in industry as the Chief Operations Officer for LensAR, Inc., a biotechnology firm developing laser surgical methodology for ophthalmology. Before moving to Florida, he was the Chief Veterinary Officer at NASA and as a Program Manager for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
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Chair: Joseph Bielitzki, University of Central Florida

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Joe has a diverse background in science. His early experience is in the infectious agents affecting non human primates, especially the enteric diseases. He worked for 18 years in the National Primate Center System at both the University of Washington and the Yerkes Center of Emory University supporting research across a wide range of biomedicine. In 1996, he became the Chief Veterinary Officer for NASA, where his efforts focused on coordinating the agency wide animal care and use program, compliance issues, hardware design and training. Joe served on the working group for safety issues surrounding sample return missions from Martian environments. In 2000, he served as a government advisor on a task force for a Defense Science Board looking at defense against biological warfare. In 2001, Joe accepted a position as a Program Manager in the Defense Sciences Office at DARPA. At DARPA, he managed an extensive portfolio of life science research including, Long Term Storage of Blood Products, Peak Soldier Performance, Rapid Vaccine Assessment, Surviving Blood Loss, Restorative Injury Repair, Biofilms for Defense, Pathogen Countermeasures and Accelerated Anthrax Therapeutics. During this period, Joe interacted with a variety of federal agencies in the area of biological warfare defense. After DARPA, he relocated to Orlando, where he currently supports the Office of Research and Commercialization at the University of Central Florida and has an appointment in the College of Bimolecular Sciences and Microbiology. He also consults in the area of science and technology development for academia, industry and the government. Immunology, microbiology, pathogen evolution and protective mechanisms of immunity remain a primary interest for him. He is recognized for his expertise in the ethical issues surrounding the use of animals in research.


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In 2002, Dr Joseph Bielitzki, chair of DARPA's Defense Sciences Office, announced a grand program to improve soldiers, with the slogan “Be all that you can be, and a lot more.†His targets: sleep, fatigue, pain, and blood loss.

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Science is iterative, each result builds on the ones that come before, and the seeds planted by Dr Bielitzki are beginning to yield fruit.


In 2002, Dr Joseph ...

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In 2002, Dr Joseph Bielitzki, chair of DARPA's Defense Sciences Office, announced a grand program to improve soldiers, with the slogan "Be all that you can be, and a lot more.

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Science is iterative, each result builds on the ones that come before, and the seeds planted by Dr Bielitzki are beginning to yield fruit.


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Chair: Joseph Bielitzki, University of Central Florida

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China Highlights, Joseph Bielitzki, University of Central Florida
10.00 Why did the Chinese and Australians lead the world in producing vaccine for H1N1, being months ahead of North America and Europe? Joseph Bielitzki
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Joseph Bielitzki
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1.45 Executive Overview , Joseph Bielitzki
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[photo: Joseph Bielitzki]
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Joseph Bielitzki,(Panel Chair) , MS, DVM
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Joe has a diverse background in science. His early experience is in the infectious agents affecting non human primates, especially the enteric diseases. He worked for 18 years in the National Primate Center System at both the University of Washington and the Yerkes Center of Emory University supporting research across a wide range of biomedicine. In 1996, he became the Chief Veterinary Officer for NASA, where his efforts focused on coordinating the agency wide animal care and use program, compliance issues, hardware design and training. Joe served on the working group for safety issues surrounding sample return missions from Martian environments. In 2000, he served as a government advisor on a task force for a Defense Science Board looking at defense against biological warfare. In 2001, Joe accepted a position as a Program Manager in the Defense Sciences Office at DARPA. At DARPA, he managed an extensive portfolio of life science research including, Long Term Storage of Blood Products, Peak Soldier Performance, Rapid Vaccine Assessment, Surviving Blood Loss, Restorative Injury Repair, Biofilms for Defense, Pathogen Countermeasures and Accelerated Anthrax Therapeutics. During this period, Joe interacted with a variety of federal agencies in the area of biological warfare defense. After DARPA, he relocated to Orlando, where he currently supports the Office of Research and Commercialization at the University of Central Florida and has an appointment in the College of Bimolecular Sciences and Microbiology. He also consults in the area of science and technology development for academia, industry and the government. Immunology, microbiology, pathogen evolution and protective mechanisms of immunity remain a primary interest for him. He is recognized for his expertise in the ethical issues surrounding the use of animals in research.

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