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Negligible risk of rabies importation in dogs thirty days after demonstration of adequate serum antibody titer.

Todd G Smith, Anthony R Fooks, Susan M Moore, Conrad M Freuling, Thomas Müller, Gregorio Torres, Ryan M Wallace,

Vaccine (Vaccine)
[2021, :]

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Unbiased interrogation of memory B cells from convalescent COVID-19 patients reveals a broad antiviral humoral response targeting SARS-CoV-2 antigens beyond the spike protein

Jillian DiMuzio, Baron Heimbach, Raymond Howanski, John Dowling, Nirja Patel, Noeleya Henriquez, Chris Nicolescu, Mitchell Nath, Antonio Polley, Jamie Bingaman, Todd Smith, Benjamin Harman, Matthew Robinson, Michael Morin, Pavel Nikitin,

Patients who recover from SARS-CoV-2 infections produce antibodies and antigen-specific T cells against multiple viral proteins. Here, an unbiased interrogation of the anti-viral memory B cell repertoire of convalescent patients has been performed by generating large, stable hybridoma libraries and screening thousands of monoclonal antibodies to identify specific, high-affinity immunoglobulins ... Read more >>

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The association between union membership and perceptions of safety climate among US adult workers.

Aurora B Le, Su-Wei Wong, Hsien-Chang Lin, Todd D Smith,

<h4>Objectives</h4>An individual's perceptions of their workplace safety climate can influence their health and safety outcomes in the workplace. Even though union membership has been declining in the US, union members still comprise 10% of the working population and have higher-than-industry average non-fatal illness and injury rates. Due to limited research ... Read more >>

Saf Sci (Safety science)
[2021, 133:105024]

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Implementation of a geriatric emergency department program using a novel workforce.

Jill M Huded, Albert Lee, Colleen M McQuown, Sunah Song, Mustafa S Ascha, Denise M Kresevic, Gerald E Maloney, Todd I Smith,

Am J Emerg Med (The American journal of emergency medicine)
[2020, :]

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Firefighter Overexertion: A Continuing Problem Found in an Analysis of Non-Fatal Injury Among Career Firefighters.

Aurora B Le, Lily A McNulty, Mari-Amanda Dyal, David M DeJoy, Todd D Smith,

Traditionally, safety-related research on firefighting has focused on fires and fireground smoke as the primary source of non-fatal firefighter injury. However, recent research has found that overexertion and musculoskeletal disorders may be the primary source of firefighter injury. This study aimed to provide an update on injury occurrence among career ... Read more >>

Int J Environ Res Public Health (International journal of environmental research and public health)
[2020, 17(21):]

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Stress, burnout and diminished safety behaviors: An argument for Total Worker Health® approaches in the fire service.

Todd D Smith, Charmaine Mullins-Jaime, Mari-Amanda Dyal, David M DeJoy,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Firefighting is stressful work, which can result in burnout. Burnout is a safety concern as it can negatively impact safety outcomes. These impacts are not fully understood within the fire service. Further, the fire service needs support that safety strategies are needed to protect and promote the health and wellbeing ... Read more >>

J Safety Res (Journal of safety research)
[2020, 75:189-195]

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Bat and Lyssavirus Exposure among Humans in Area that Celebrates Bat Festival, Nigeria, 2010 and 2013.

Neil M Vora, Modupe O V Osinubi, Lora Davis, Mohammed Abdurrahman, Elizabeth B Adedire, Henry Akpan, Abimbola F Aman-Oloniyo, Solomon W Audu, Dianna Blau, Raymond S Dankoli, Ajoke M Ehimiyein, James A Ellison, Yemi H Gbadegesin, Lauren Greenberg, Dana Haberling, Christina Hutson, Jibrin M Idris, Grace S N Kia, Maruf Lawal, Samson Y Matthias, Philip P Mshelbwala, Michael Niezgoda, Albert B Ogunkoya, Abiodun O Ogunniyi, Gloria C Okara, Babasola O Olugasa, Okechukwu P Ossai, Akin Oyemakinde, Marissa K Person, Charles E Rupprecht, Olugbon A Saliman, Munir Sani, Olufunmilayo A Sanni-Adeniyi, P S Satheshkumar, Todd G Smith, Mariat O Soleye, Ryan M Wallace, Sebastian K Yennan, Sergio Recuenco,

Using questionnaires and serologic testing, we evaluated bat and lyssavirus exposure among persons in an area of Nigeria that celebrates a bat festival. Bats from festival caves underwent serologic testing for phylogroup II lyssaviruses (Lagos bat virus, Shimoni bat virus, Mokola virus). The enrolled households consisted of 2,112 persons, among ... Read more >>

Emerg Infect Dis (Emerging infectious diseases)
[2020, 26(7):1399-1408]

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Introducing the NSF-ATE InnovATEBIO National Biotechnology Education Center

Todd Smith, Heather Bock, James Hewlett, Jennifer Lazare, Amrita Madabushi, Candiya Mann, David Micklos, Bruce Nash, Sandra Porter, Poornima Rao, Russ Read, Thomas Tubon, Kristen Wolslegel, Linnea Fletcher,

Community colleges play a vital role in preparing the highly skilled technical workforce needed to support the biotechnology industry. Community colleges offer students hands-on practical experience, certificates, and technical degrees. Students include high-school graduates, individuals changing careers, college graduates, and even PhD holders. As these colleges support the many facets ... Read more >>

J Biomol Tech (Journal of biomolecular techniques : JBT)
[2020, 31(Suppl):S29-S30]

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Ultraviolet radiation changes plant color.

Kim Valenta, Kristin Dimac-Stohl, Frances Baines, Todd Smith, Greg Piotrowski, Norman Hill, Jonas Kuppler, Omer Nevo,

<h4>Background</h4>Plant absorption of ultraviolet (UV) radiation can result in multiple deleterious effects to plant tissues. As a result, plants have evolved an array of strategies to protect themselves from UV radiation, particularly in the UV-B range (280-320 nm). A common plant response to UV exposure is investment in phenolic compounds that ... Read more >>

BMC Plant Biol (BMC plant biology)
[2020, 20(1):253]

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Improving Quality With Emergency Department Throughput in a Critical Access Hospital.

Kimberly A Probus, Todd B Smith,

<h4>Objective</h4>The study objective was to determine the impact of specific measures to reduce the length of stay (LOS) in an emergency department (ED) in a critical access hospital (CAH).<h4>Background</h4>Despite mandates to reduce bottlenecks by increasing throughput, many EDs are not successful. Strategies available to larger hospitals may not be feasible ... Read more >>

J Nurs Adm (The Journal of nursing administration)
[2020, 50(6):363-368]

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Musculoskeletal Symptoms among Stone, Sand and Gravel Mine Workers and Associations with Sociodemographic and Job-Related Factors.

Abdulrazak O Balogun, Todd D Smith,

Stone, sand and gravel mining (SSGM) constitutes the vast majority of mining operations in the United States. Despite musculoskeletal disorders being one of the most common occupational health problems across several industries, limited research has examined the extent of reported musculoskeletal symptoms or disorders among actively employed SSGM workers. To ... Read more >>

Int J Environ Res Public Health (International journal of environmental research and public health)
[2020, 17(10):]

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"Digging Deeper" into the Relationship Between Safety Climate and Turnover Intention Among Stone, Sand and Gravel Mine Workers: Job Satisfaction as a Mediator.

Abdulrazak O Balogun, Stephanie A Andel, Todd D Smith,

Employee turnover has been linked to negative business performance outcomes, increased costs, and disruptions to operations. Research to explore predictors of turnover intention is important to the mining industry, including the stone, sand, and gravel mining (SSGM) industry. Safety climate has been linked to job satisfaction and reductions in turnover ... Read more >>

Int J Environ Res Public Health (International journal of environmental research and public health)
[2020, 17(6):]

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Telemedical Asthma Education and Health Care Outcomes for School-Age Children: A Systematic Review.

Nathan Culmer, Todd Smith, Catanya Stager, Andrea Wright, Karen Burgess, Samantha Johns, Mykaela Watt, Madison Desch,

<h4>Background</h4>Telemedicine in a school-based setting involving partnerships between a child with asthma and health care provider can provide patients and caregivers with opportunities to better manage chronic conditions, communicate among partners, and collaborate for solutions in convenient locations.<h4>Objective</h4>This systematic review examined outcomes for school-age children with asthma involving asthma-based telemedical ... Read more >>

J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract (The journal of allergy and clinical immunology. In practice)
[2020, 8(6):1908-1918]

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Antiviral Ranpirnase TMR-001 Inhibits Rabies Virus Release and Cell-to-Cell Infection In Vitro.

Todd G Smith, Felix R Jackson, Clint N Morgan, William C Carson, Brock E Martin, Nadia Gallardo-Romero, James A Ellison, Lauren Greenberg, Thomas Hodge, Luis Squiquera, Jamie Sulley, Victoria A Olson, Christina L Hutson,

Currently, no rabies virus-specific antiviral drugs are available. Ranpirnase has strong antitumor and antiviral properties associated with its ribonuclease activity. TMR-001, a proprietary bulk drug substance solution of ranpirnase, was evaluated against rabies virus in three cell types: mouse neuroblastoma, BSR (baby hamster kidney cells), and bat primary fibroblast cells. ... Read more >>

Viruses (Viruses)
[2020, 12(2):]

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Community Colleges: The New Frontier for Advanced Biotechnology Education and Laboratory Services

Todd Smith, Linnea Fletcher, Abbe Kesterson, Tyler Drake, Thomas Tubon,

Community colleges play a vital role in supporting the biotechnology industry because students get hands-on education and practical experience. These colleges offer technical certificates and two and four-year degrees to educate the technical workforce. Students include high-school graduates, individuals changing careers, college graduates with bachelors degrees in biology related disciplines, ... Read more >>

J Biomol Tech (Journal of biomolecular techniques : JBT)
[2019, 30(Suppl):S45-S46]

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Examination of Safety Climate, Affective Organizational Commitment, and Safety Behavior Outcomes Among Fire Service Personnel.

Todd D Smith,

<h4>Objectives</h4>This research aims to provide guidance on means to bolster safe and effective emergency response. Safe and effective performance among firefighters is key to protecting firefighters, to ensure mission completion, and to protect the public during emergency response situations. Although some studies have shown the impact of safety climate on ... Read more >>

Disaster Med Public Health Prep (Disaster medicine and public health preparedness)
[2020, 14(5):559-562]

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Barriers to integration of bioinformatics into undergraduate life sciences education: A national study of US life sciences faculty uncover significant barriers to integrating bioinformatics into undergraduate instruction.

Jason J Williams, Jennifer C Drew, Sebastian Galindo-Gonzalez, Srebrenka Robic, Elizabeth Dinsdale, William R Morgan, Eric W Triplett, James M Burnette, Samuel S Donovan, Edison R Fowlks, Anya L Goodman, Nealy F Grandgenett, Carlos C Goller, Charles Hauser, John R Jungck, Jeffrey D Newman, William R Pearson, Elizabeth F Ryder, Michael Sierk, Todd M Smith, Rafael Tosado-Acevedo, William Tapprich, Tammy C Tobin, Arlín Toro-Martínez, Lonnie R Welch, Melissa A Wilson, David Ebenbach, Mindy McWilliams, Anne G Rosenwald, Mark A Pauley,

Bioinformatics, a discipline that combines aspects of biology, statistics, mathematics, and computer science, is becoming increasingly important for biological research. However, bioinformatics instruction is not yet generally integrated into undergraduate life sciences curricula. To understand why we studied how bioinformatics is being included in biology education in the US by ... Read more >>

PLoS One (PloS one)
[2019, 14(11):e0224288]

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Implementation of an educational program to improve precepting skills.

Sarah J Fincham, Todd Smith, Janet Purath,

<h4>Background</h4>Educating health care providers is dependent on developing high-quality clinical preceptors, yet preceptors face widespread challenges to precepting, such as time constraints and lack of formal preceptor training.<h4>Local problem</h4>Our college of nursing conducted a needs assessment survey of our preceptors to better understand the barriers to and incentives for precepting. ... Read more >>

J Am Assoc Nurse Pract (Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners)
[2019, 33(4):331-337]

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GERI-VET: A PROGRAM FOR OLDER VETERANS SEEN IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM

Denise M Kresevic, Albert Lee, Mustafa Ascha, Todd Smith,

Abstract Older adults made over 21 million Emergency Room (ER) visits accounting for nearly 46% of all ER hospital admissions in 2015. The ER setting provides not only a unique opportunity to assess patients’ health, functional status and social issues, but also provide recommendations to help coordinate care. Geriatric ER ... Read more >>

Innov Aging (Innovation in aging)
[2019, 3(Suppl 1):S146-S146]

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Notes from the Field: Rabies Outbreak Investigation - Pedernales, Dominican Republic, 2019.

Anna Mandra, David Morán, Patricia Valerio Santana, Miguel de la Cruz Marrero, Elina Díaz, Manuel Gil, Rannily Rojas Nolasco, Rinaldy Capellan, Xiomara Acosta, Rafael Pérez, Carmen Céspedes, Bienvenido Báez, Rene Edgar Condori, Todd Smith, James Ellison, Lauren Greenberg, Benjamin Monroe, Andy Gibson, Ryan M Wallace, Brett Petersen,

MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep (MMWR. Morbidity and mortality weekly report)
[2019, 68(32):704-706]

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Inactivated Rabies Virus-Vectored Immunocontraceptive Vaccine in a Thermo-Responsive Hydrogel Induces High and Persistent Antibodies against Rabies, but Insufficient Antibodies against Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone for Contraception.

Xianfu Wu, Yong Yang, Chantal Kling, Laurie Seigler, Nadia F Gallardo-Romero, Brock E Martin, Todd G Smith, Victoria A Olson,

Rabies is preventable through vaccination, but the need to mount annual canine vaccination campaigns presents major challenges in rabies control and prevention. The development of a rabies vaccine that ensures lifelong immunity and animal population management in one dose could be extremely advantageous. A nonsurgical alternative to spay/neuter is a ... Read more >>

Vaccines (Basel) (Vaccines)
[2019, 7(3):]

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Bioinformatics for the Masses: The Need for Practical Data Science in Undergraduate Biology.

Sandra G Porter, Todd M Smith,

OMICS (Omics : a journal of integrative biology)
[2019, 23(6):297-299]

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Evaluation of the triple aim of medicine in prehospital telemedicine: A systematic literature review.

Nathan Culmer, Todd Smith, Catanya Stager, Hannah Meyer, Sarah Quick, Katherine Grimm,

<h4>Objectives</h4>With telemedicine becoming more widely implemented in emergency situations, understanding the quality and content of current findings that explore prehospital telemedicine is vital to establish best practices and guide future research. This systematic review examines the clinical importance of telemedicine in patient-provider ambulance-based settings with a focus on multifunctional systems ... Read more >>

J Telemed Telecare (Journal of telemedicine and telecare)
[2020, 26(10):571-580]

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The Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program's Impact on Readmissions From Skilled Nursing Facilities.

Todd Brenton Smith, Thomas MacAndrew English, Jef Naidoo, Marilyn V Whitman,

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:Hospital readmissions have long served as an indicator of patient recovery and the effectiveness of care. The present study examines the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program's (HRRP's) impact on hospital readmissions from skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) and the characteristics of SNFs that were predictive of lower readmission rates. Adjusted 30-day ... Read more >>

J Healthc Manag (Journal of healthcare management / American College of Healthcare Executives)
[2019, 64(3):186-196]

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Multi-level safety climate associations with safety behaviors in the fire service.

Todd D Smith, David M DeJoy, Mari-Amanda Dyal, Yongjia Pu, Stephanie Dickinson,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Limited research associated with safety climate has been completed within the fire service. Given this dearth of information, the present study sought to identify a valid and reliable measure of safety climate at both the workgroup and organizational levels within the fire service.<h4>Methods</h4>Researchers surveyed 994 firefighters in two large metropolitan ... Read more >>

J Safety Res (Journal of safety research)
[2019, 69:53-60]

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