Tara O’Toole Nominated for Department of Homeland Security

The White House | May 6, 2009

President Obama announced his intent to nominate Tara O’Toole as Under Secretary for Science & Technology, Department of Homeland Security, according to a White House press release.   Tara O’Toole is currently the CEO and director of the Center for Biosecurity at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, an independent organization that works to improve the U.S. response to biological threats.  She is also a professor of medicine and of public health at the University of Pittsburgh.  At OTA,  she was a project director of the study, Dismantling the Bomb and Managing the Nuclear Materials (1993) and participated in several other studies.

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