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WRAIR 2003 PATENTS

United States Patent no. 6,511,667, granted January 28, 2003: Attenuated dengue-2 virus vaccine.

Inventors:
Eckels; Kenneth H. (Rockville, MD)
Putnak; Joseph R. (Silver Spring, MD)
Dubois; Doria R. (Wheaton, MD)
Innis; Bruce L. (Haverford, PA)
Hoke; Charles H. (Columbia, MD)
Vaughn; David (Silver Spring, MD)
Henchai; Erik A. (Rockville, MD)
Kanesa-thasan; Niranian (Rockville, MD)

United States Patent no. 6,514,501, granted February 4, 2003: Recombinant vaccine against dengue virus.

Inventors:
Kelly; Eileen P. (Takoma Park, MD)
King; Alan D. (Washington, DC)

United States Patent no. 6,527,715, granted March 4, 2003: System and method for predicting human cognitive performance using data from an actigraph.

Inventors:
Balkin; Thomas J. (Ellicott City, MD)
Belenky; Gregory L. (Kensington, MD)
Hall; Stanley W. (Silver Spring, MD)
Kamimori; Gary H. (Laurel, MD)
Redmond; Daniel P. (Silver Spring, MD)
Sing; Helen C. (Takoma Park, MD)
Thomas; Maria L. (Columbia, MD)
Thorne; David R. (Washington, DC)
Wesensten; Nancy Jo (Silver Spring, MD)

United States Patent no. 6,528,065, granted March 4, 2003: Attenuated dengue-3 virus vaccine.

Inventors:

Eckels; Kenneth H. (Rockville, MD)
Putnak; Joseph R. (Silver Spring, MD)
Dubois; Doria R. (Wheaton, MD)
Innis; Bruce L. (Hayerford, PA)
Hoke; Charles H. (Columbia, MD)
Vaughn; David (Silver Spring, MD)

United States Patent no.
6,528,097, granted March 4, 2003: Sustained release non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory and lidocaine PLGA microspheres.

Inventors:
Vaughn; William M. (Silver Spring, MD)
Van Hamont; John E. (Ft. Meade, MD)
Setterstrom; Jean A. (Alpharetta, GA)

United States Patent no.
6,530,884, granted March 11, 2003: Method and system for predicting human cognitive performance.

Inventors:
Balkin; Thomas J. (Ellicott City, MD)
Belenky; Gregory L. (Kensington, MD)
Hall; Stanley W. (Silver Spring, MD)
Kamimori; Gary H. (Laurel, MD)
Redmond; Daniel P. (Silver Spring, MD)
Sing; Helen C. (Takoma Park, MD)
Thomas; Maria L. (Columbia, MD)
Thorne; David R. (Washington, DC)
Wesensten; Nancy Jo (Silver Spring, MD)

United States Patent no. 6,531,487, granted March 11, 2003: Indolo[2,1-b] quinazole-6, 12-dione
antimalarial compounds and methods of treating malaria therewith.

Inventors:
Pitzer; Kevin K. (Pasadena, MD)
Scovill; John P. (Walkersville, MD)
Kyle; Dennis E. (Gaithersburg, MD)
Gerena; Lucia (Silver Spring, MD)

United States Patent no. 6,537,557, granted March 25, 2003: Attenuated dengue-4 virus vaccine.

Inventors:

Eckels; Kenneth H. (Rockville, MD)
Putnak; Joseph R. (Silver Spring, MD)
Dubois; Doria R. (Wheaton, MD)
Innis; Bruce L. (Hayerford, PA)
Hoke; Charles H. (Columbia, MD)
Vaughn; David (Silver Spring, MD)

United States Patent no. 6,541,230, granted April 1, 2003: Detoxification with sponges or foams containing plurality of enzymes and encapsulated indicator.

Inventors:

Gordon; Richard K. (Potomac, MD)
Doctor; Bhupendra P. (Potomac, MD)

United States Patent no. 6,553,252, granted April 22, 2003: Method and system for predicting human cognitive performance.

Inventors:
Balkin; Thomas J. (Ellicott City, MD)
Belenky; Gregory L. (Kensington, MD)
Hall; Stanley W. (Silver Spring, MD)
Kamimori; Gary H. (Laurel, MD)
Redmond; Daniel P. (Silver Spring, MD)
Sing; Helen C. (Takoma Park, MD)
Thomas; Maria L. (Columbia, MD)
Thorne; David R. (Washington, DC)
Wesensten; Nancy Jo (Silver Spring, MD)

United States Patent no. 6,558,677, granted May 6, 2003: Vaccine against gram negative bacteria.

Inventors:
Zollinger; Wendell D. (Silver Spring, MD)
Shoemaker; David R. (Silver Spring, MD)
Saunders; Agnes G. (Silver Spring, MD)
Brandt; Brenda L. (Gaithersburg, MD)

United States Patent no.
6,573,244, granted June 3, 2003: Previns as specific inhibitors and therapeutic agents for Botulinum toxin B and Tetanus neurotoxins.

Inventors:
Gordon; Richard K. (Potomac, MD)
Moorad; Debbie R. (Rockville, MD)
Doctor; Bhupendra P. (Potomac, MD)
Garcia; Gregory E. (Germantown, MD)

United States Patent no. 6,613,556, granted on September 2, 2003: Adaptation of virus to
vertebrate cells.

Inventors:
Eckels; Kenneth H. (Rockville, MD)
Putnak; Joseph R. (Silver Spring, MD)
Innis; Bruce L. (Haverford, PA)

United States Patent no. 6,628,751, granted on September 30, 2003: Digital radiographic sensor
view capture.

Inventors:
Eikenberg; Steven L. (Ft. Knox, KY)

United States Patent no. 6,638,514, granted October 28, 2003: Multivalent dengue virus vaccine.

Inventors:

Eckels; Kenneth H. (Rockville, MD)
Putnak; Joseph R. (Silver Spring, MD)
Dubois; Doria R. (Wheaton, MD)
Innis; Bruce L. (Hayerford, PA)
Hoke; Charles H. (Columbia, MD)
Wellington; Sun (Rockville, MD)
Vaughn; David (Silver Spring, MD)

United States Patent no.
6,641,815, granted November 4, 2003: Sequestrin.

Inventors:
Duffy; Patrick E. (Nairobi, KE)
Ockenhouse; Christian F. (Burtonsville, MD)

United States Patent no. 6,642,037, granted November 4, 2003: Preparation of enzymatically
active sponges or foams for detoxification of hazardous compounds.

Inventors:
Gordon; Richard K. (Potomac, MD)
Doctor; Bhupendra P. (Potomac, MD)
Saxena; Ashima (Fairfax, VA)
Feaster; Shawn R. (Damascus, MD)
Maxwell; Donald (Baltimore, MD)
Ross; Michelle (Edgewood, MD)
Lenz; David (Bel Air, MD)
Lejeune; Keith (Pittsburgh, PA)
Russell; Alan (Wexford, PA)

United States Patent no. 6,654,736, granted November 25, 2003: Chemical information systems.

Inventors:
Ellis; William Y. (Laurel, MD)
Notsch; John D. (Rockville, MD)
McGreevy; Patrick B. (Glencoe, CA)

United States Patent no. 6,664,280, granted December 16, 2003: Antivesicant compounds and methods of making and using thereof.

Inventors:
Lin; Ai J. (North Potomac, MD)
Babin; Michael C. (Bel Air, MD)


Last Modified Date: 09-September-2016



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