Robert W. Malone, MD, MS

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Dr. Robert W. Malone, MD, MS, served as a subject matter expert to the HDIAC Basic Center Operations (BCO) support team at TASC Inc. A Maryland-licensed physician trained in molecular virology and immunology at The Salk Institute Molecular Biology and Virology Laboratories, and in Clinical and Anatomic Pathology at UC Davis Sacramento Medical Center, Dr. Malone is an original (1989) inventor of "naked DNA" and "DNA Vaccine" technology. Dr. Malone is also recognized for pioneering scientific contributions in RNA delivery and non-viral gene transfer (cationic lipids, in-vivo electroporation). Since the unfortunate events surrounding 911, Dr. Malone has focused on facilitating pre-clinical to clinical transition and advanced development of medical countermeasures to biothreat agents in support of DoD and HHS missions, with his current focus being on supporting the TASC CSIS Medical division.

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