Carole R. Baskin, DVM, MSc, CPIA
Environmental and Occupational Health, Institute for Biosecurity
Master of Public Health program
Public Health Ecology; Biological Basis of Public Health; Public Health & Disasters
DVM, North Carolina State University
MSc, Ohio State University
Residency, Comparative Medicine, University of Washington
Post-doc fellowship, Microbiology, University of Washington
Regulatory and compliance issues in public health
Publications and Media Placements
- Baskin, C. R., R. Gatter, M.J. Campbell, J.M. Dubois, A.C. Waits. Self-Regulation
of Science: What Can We Still Learn from Asilomar? Perspectives in Biology and Medicine. (in press)
- Baskin C.R. & Zelicoff, A.P. (Eds). Ensuring National Biosecurity. Elsevier. February 2016
- Lewis, N.; M. J. Campbell; C.R. Baskin. Information Security for Compliance with Select Agent Regulations: A Close Look at The Challenges. Health Security. May/June 2015, 13(3): 207-218.
Honors and Awards
Baskin has received a certification in professional IACUC administration by Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research.
Professional Organizations and Associations
- Saint Louis University Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), deputy chair
- College for Public Health and Social Justice Standing Diversity Committee, chair
She is a comparative medicine specialist with expertise in research compliance, integrity, and quality control in academic and public-private collaborative research environments. Baskin is also an influenza expert and has also worked on the next-generation smallpox vaccine.