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									announcement                                      ❯ May 2–4, 2010
                                                  ❯ Manhattan Beach Marriott Hotel
                                                  ❯ Manhattan Beach, California




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            AWWA International Symposium on
            Waterborne Pathogens


                                              Technical Sponsor




 The Authoritative Resource on Safe Water ®
Waterborne Pathogens

                       The American Water Works Association invites you to the fifth

                       International Symposium on Waterborne Pathogens. This event

                       will provide a comprehensive forum for the exchange of up-to-

                       the-minute information and cutting-edge ideas relating to the

                       critical public health issue of waterborne pathogens.




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                       Topics Will Include                    Who Should Attend
                       ❯ Detection methods                    ❯ Researchers
                       ❯ Emerging pathogens                   ❯ Regulatory agency staff
                       ❯ Risk assessment                      ❯ Water industry professionals
                       ❯ Treatment and disinfection           ❯ Public health professionals
                       ❯ Case studies and outbreaks
                       ❯ Regulatory issues




                             Conferences
                             Our members are our greatest resource. That’s why AWWA offers
                             numerous, varied opportunities for members to meet, learn, and
                             network at the international, national, and section levels. In addition
                             to comprehensive conferences for water professionals, AWWA hosts
                             a variety of workshops, symposia, and programs focused on speci c
                             aspects of water stewardship.
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Schedule
Schedule
of Events
            Sunday, May 2
            3:00–6:30 p.m.
            5:00–6:30 p.m.
            Monday, May 3
                                    Registration Open
                                    Networking Reception


            7:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.     Registration Open
            8:15 a.m.–5:00 p.m.     Technical Sessions
            12:10–1:30 p.m.         Lunch (provided)
            Tuesday, May 4
            7:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.     Registration Open
            8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.     Technical Sessions
            12:10–1:40 p.m.         Lunch (on your own)


            Rebecca Hoffman, Chair
            Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene
            Madison, Wisconsin
            Yildiz Chambers                                3




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            CSC Microbiological Method Studies
            Alexandria, Virginia
            Jennifer Clancy
            Clancy Environmental Consultants
Planning    Saint Albans, Vermont
Committee   George DiGiovanni
            Texas AgriLife Research Center
            El Paso, Texas
            Christobel Ferguson
            Ecowise Environmental
            Penrith, Australia
            Patricia Klonicki
            CSC
            Cincinnati, Ohio
            Marilyn Marshall
            University of Arizona
            Tucson, Arizona
            Paul Rochelle
            Metropolitan Water District
            LaVerne, California
                                               MONday, May 3, 2010

                                               MON1 Welcome and Keynote
                                               8:15–10:00 a.m.
                                               Moderator: Rebecca Hoffman,
                                               Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene
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                                               Welcome
             Program content is subject to
                                               Rebecca Hoffman,
             change. The final program will    Planning Committee Chair
Technical   be available at the symposium.     Water For People Presentation
Program                     Visit the Web at
               www.awwa.org/conferences
                                               Helene Baribeau, Costa Mesa, Calif.
                                               Paul Hunter, University of East Anglia
                     for the latest program
                                information.   MON 2
                                               10:30 a.m.–12:10 p.m.
                                               Moderator: Jennifer Clancy,
                                               Clancy Environmental Consultants
                                               Searching for Needles in the Haystack:
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                                               Development of Biological Quality Control
                                               Criteria for UItrafiltration of Large-Volume
                                               Water Samples
                                               Malik Raynor,
                                               US Environmental Protection Agency
                                               Strategies for Developing Effective
                                               Pathogen Sampling and Analysis
                                               Capabilities for Responding to
                                               Contamination Incidents
                                               John S. Chandler,
                                               Computer Sciences Corporation
                                               Concentrating Pathogens From Water
                                               Without the Use of Filters
                                               Susan Springthorpe, CREM
                                               Comparison of Three Filtration Systems
                                               for Simultaneous Concentration of
                                               Waterborne Pathogens for On-site
                                               Monitoring
                                               Karim Helmi, Veolia Environnement-Centre
                                               D’Analyses Environnementales
                                                                                  Waterborne Pathogens
Concentrating Multiple Pathogens          MON4
in Water Using Continuous-Flow            3:40–5:00 p.m.
Centrifugation and Positively Charged     Moderator: Patricia Klonicki, CSC
Filter Media                              Detections of Total Coliforms and
Fu-Chih Hsu, Scientific Methods Inc.      E. coli in Water Distribution Systems
                                          in the US
12:10–1:30 p.m.     Lunch (provided)      Jimmy Chen,
                                          US Environmental Protection Agency
MON3
1:30–3:10 p.m.                            Variability of Escherichia coli
Moderator: Marilyn Marshall,              Concentrations in an Urban
University of Arizona                     Watershed in Texas
                                          Anuradha Desai, University of Houston
Detection of Environmental Mycobacteria
in Water by Real-Time Quantitative PCR    Prevalence and Distribution of
Gaelle Meheut, Centre D’Analyses          Campylobacter spp. in Water,
Environnementales–Veolia Environnement    Biofilms, and Sediment in
                                          an Agricultural Watershed
Characterization of Salmonella by         Rasha Maal-Bared,
Capillary Liquid Chromatography–Tandem    Vancouver, BC
Mass Spectrometry                                                                        5
Zhongxian Guo, Public Utilities Board     Microbial Contaminations in
                                          Groundwater-Based Nondisinfected
Colloid–Pathogen Interactions and         Drinking Water Systems—Denmark
Bacterial Transport                       Hans-Joergen Albrechtsen,
Lisa Marie Avery, Macauley Land Use       Technical University of Denmark
Research Institute
Buckets, Borewells and Hands: Tracking
Microbial Contamination of Drinking
Water and Waterborne Illness in Dar es
Salaam, TZ
Alexandria Bianca Boehm,
Stanford University
Health Impact of Waterborne Pathogens
in Rural Domestic Water on HIV/AIDS–
Infected Individuals in Kwazulu-Natal
Province, South Africa
Colette Mmapenya Khabo-Mmekoa,
Tshwane University of Technology
                                                                                                                    REGISTRATION FORM
                                                                 ❯ May 2–4, 2010
                                                                 ❯ Manhattan Beach Marriott Hotel
                                                                 ❯ Manhattan Beach, California
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  AWWA International Symposium on
  Waterborne Pathogens
AWWA Member No. ________________________________________________________ Individual Organization __________________________________________

First Name (FOR BADGE)__________________________________________ M.I.________ Last Name___________________________________________________

Title_______________________________________________ Company or Organization _________________________________________________________________

Mailing Address___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

City_________________________________________________________________________ State_________________ ZIP/Postal Code _______________________

Country__________________________________ Telephone________________________________________ FAX__________________________________________

E-mail___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 Z16 Check here if you have a disability and may require special accommodation to fully participate. You will be contacted by AWWA.

BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY Please circle the description below that best describes you.
A. Public Water Supply Utility—Municipally         F. Private Industrial Systems or Water        I. Educational Institutions, Faculty and
   Owned                                              Wholesaler                                   Students, Libraries, and Other Related
B. Public Water Supply Utility—Investor            G. Manufacturer of Equipment & Supplies         Organizations
    Owned                                                                     Including Representatives                                      J. Fully Retired
C. Governmental—Federal, State, Local                                     H. Distributors of Equipment & Supplies,                           K. Research Lab
D. Consultant                                                                 Including Representatives                                      L. Other
E. Contractor

REGISTRATION Check the items below for which you are registering.                                                                  Member registering                       Nonmember and Member
                                                                                                                                     on or before                            registering on or after
                                                                                                                                       4/5/10                                        4/6/10
TECHNICAL SESSIONS and EXHIBITION

    A. Full Conference (includes reception on Sunday, lunch on Monday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $495                                           . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $625
    B. Monday Only (Monday lunch) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $300                . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $430
    C. Tuesday Only. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $380
    H. Student (same as Full Conference). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 60                  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 90
    P. Speaker (same as Full Conference). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $295                  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $295

METHOD OF REGISTRATION PAYMENT Registration forms MUST be accompanied with payment or a photocopy of purchase order.
 Personal Check                               Company Check (Make checks payable to AWWA in US funds.)

 American Express                             Discover                          MasterCard                          VISA                             P.O.________________________________

    Credit Card No. _____________________________________________________________________ Exp. Date _____________________________

Signature______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


CANCELLATION POLICY                                                                                                                   To register, complete this registration form and fax
On or before 04/5/10:                                                                                                                 or mail it with full payment or credit card information to
25% administrative fee will be deducted from refund for registration cancellation.                                                    FAX 303.347.0804
This is also the cutoff date for advance registration pricing.
                                                                                                                                      AWWA—Int’l Symposium on Waterborne Pathogens
On or after 04/6/10:                                                                                                                  6666 West Quincy Avenue
No refunds will be granted for cancellation. However, substitute registrants are welcome.                                             Denver, CO 80235-3098
FAX substitute information to 303.347.0804
                                                                                                                                      Questions? Call 1.800.926.7337
Technical
Program
                tuesday, May 4, 2010
        TUE1                                       TUE2
        8:00–10:00 a.m.                            10:20 a.m.–12:10 p.m.
        Moderator: George DiGiovanni,              Moderator: Christobel Ferguson,
        Texas AgriLife Research Center             Ecowise Environmental
        Detection of Murine Norovirus in           Using Statistical Models to Transform
        Groundwater Using TAT Peptide-Delivered    Microbial Monitoring Data Into
        Molecular Beacons                          Information for Decision Makers
        Payal Sarkar, Los Angeles, Calif.          J. Alan Roberson,
        Human Norovirus Replication in 3-D         American Water Works Association
        Caco-2 Cells                               QMRA Modeling Approach to Estimate
        Timothy M. Straub,                         Health Risks From Pathogen Intrusion
        Pacific Northwest National Laboratory      in Distribution Systems
        A Rapid, Sensitive Flow Cytometry Method   Marie-Claude Besner,
        to Detect Infective Viruses Based on       École Polytechnique of Montreal
  8     Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer     Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment of
        Technology                                 Cryptosporidium in Halifax Drinking Water
        Jason Laudata Cantera,                     Sadra Heidary Monfared
        University of California–Riverside         QMRA Application in a Water Safety Plan
        Simultaneous Detection of Infectious       for a Water Utility With Three Surface
        Human Enteroviruses and Adenoviruses       Water Treatment Plants
        by Integrated Cell Culture RT PCR          Sarah Hercule, Veolia Eau
        Daniela Darcele Dunams,                    Estimation of Critical Indicator Level in
        University of California                   Drinking Water for Infection by Specific
        Assessment of Adenovirus, Hepatitis        Pathogens
        A Virus, Rotavirus and Norovirus           Hans-Joergen Albrechtsen,
        Contamination in Environmental Samples     Technical University of Denmark
        in South Brazil
        Caroline Rigotto Borges,                   12:10–1:40 p.m.
        University of California–Riverside         Lunch (attendees on their own)
        Adenoviruses Are Highly Stable in Water
        and Resistant to UV, But Are They
        Significant Waterborne Pathogens?
        Paul A. Rochelle,




Waterborne Pat
        Metropolitan Water District
  TUE3                                       TUE4
  1:40–3:20 p.m.                             3:40–5:00 p.m.
  Moderator: Yildiz Chambers,                Moderator: Paul Rochelle,
  CSC Microbiological Method Studies         Metropolitan Water District
  Variations in Oocyst Recovery Associated   Challenges and Considerations for
  With the Origin of Cryptosporidium         Bacterial Source Tracking in Texas
  Isolates                                   Joy Truesdale, Texas A&M
  Leah Fohl Villegas, Shaw Environmental     Implementing a Tiered Approach to
  Infrastructure                             Microbial Source Tracking to Identify
  Inter-laboratory Comparison of a           and Rank the Risk of Fecal
  Standardized Cell Culture Infectivity      Contamination in Source Water
  Assay for Cryptosporidium Oocysts in       Christobel Ferguson,                     9
  Drinking Water                             Ecowise Environmental
  Anne Johnson, Metropolitan Water           Fate and Genetic Characteristic of
  District of Southern California            Pathogens in Urban Watershed Impacted
  Discrimination of Human-Infectious and     by Different Sources of Pollutants
  Animal-Associated Cryptosporidium          Abasiofiok Mark Ibekwe, USDA-ARS
  Recovered From Water Monitoring Slides     Conference Wrap-up
  Karina Barrella, Texas A&M                 Paul Hunter, University of East Anglia
  Investigating the Association Between
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  Land Use and Cryptosporidium
  Occurrence in Multiple Watersheds in
  Eastern Ontario, Canada
  Norma J. Ruecker, University of Calgary
  Risk Assessment of Intrusion of
  Campylobacter jejuni and Indicator
  Organisms in Drinking Water
  Distribution Networks
  Oluva Karin Vang, Technical
  University of Denmark



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                                                    Registration
                                                    Information
                                                    Three ways to register for 2010 AWWA
                                                    International Symposium on
                                                    Waterborne Pathogens
                                                    All symposium attendees, including speakers,
                                                    must register. You may register online, by fax,
                                                    or by e-mail.
                                                    To register online: visit the Web at
                                                    www.awwa.org/conferences
                                                    To register by fax: complete the registration
                                                    form—and fax it to 303.347.0804. To avoid
                                                    duplicate charges, do not mail the original
                                                    of the faxed form.
                                                    To register by mail: complete the registration
                                                    form—mail it with full payment or credit card
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                                                       AWWA–ISWP
                                                       6666 W. Quincy Avenue
                                                       Denver, CO 80235-3098
Additional                                          For early member registration pricing,
Activities                                          your registration form must be received by
                                                    AWWA by April 5, 2010. Members registering
      Sunday, May 2, 2010
                                                    after that date and/or on-site must pay the
      5:00–6:30 p.m.
                                                    nonmember rate. Employees of a member
      Networking Reception
                                                    organization qualify for member rates, if
      All attendees are cordially invited to this   registered by April 5, 2010. Registrations
      evening reception, which is included in       cannot be processed without payment or
      the full-conference, speaker, and student     government purchase order.
      registration fees. Take advantage of this
                                                    Registration Options
      opportunity to network with others in the
                                                    Full-Conference Registration
      industry, catch up with old friends, and
                                                    Full-conference registration includes sessions
      meet new ones.
                                                    on Monday and Tuesday, Sunday reception,
                                                    lunch on Monday, and one copy of the
                                                    symposium proceedings.
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 Speaker Registration
 A discounted speaker registration fee
 is available only to presenters at this        Hotel
 symposium. This fee includes sessions on       Information
 Monday and Tuesday, Sunday reception,
 lunch on Monday, and one copy of the           Manhattan Beach Marriott Hotel
 symposium proceedings.                         1400 Parkview Avenue
 Student Registration                           Manhattan Beach, California 80266
 Full-time students qualify for student         310.546.7511
 registration, which includes sessions on       The Manhattan Beach Marriott Hotel in
 Monday and Tuesday, Sunday reception,          Manhattan Beach, California, is located
 lunch on Monday, and one copy of the           just three miles south of Los Angeles
 symposium proceedings. Students must           International Airport.
 include a letter from their college or         Special rate for 2010 AWWA
 university declaring their full-time student   International Symposium on Waterborne
 status along with their registration form.                                                 11
                                                Pathogens Attendees
 Registration Questions?                        AWWA has secured rooms at the
 Please call AWWA Customer Service              Manhattan Beach Marriott Hotel at
 at 1.800.926.7337 or 303.794.7711.             the special rate of $164 single/double
 Cancellation Policy                            occupancy, plus 10.12% tax (subject to
 Registration cancellations and requests        change). To qualify for this special room
 for substitutions must be made in writing.     rate, contact the hotel directly at
 Please keep the following deadlines            310.546.7511 and mention “American
 in mind:                                       Water Works Association (AWWA).”
                                                Make your room reservations by
 On or before Monday, April 5, 2010:            April 5, 2010, to receive the
 25% administrative fee will be deducted        discounted rate.
 from your cancellation refund.
                                                Reservations can also be made online at
 On or after Tuesday, April 6, 2010:            www.awwa.org/conferences
 No refund will be granted for
 cancellations, however, substitute
 registrants are welcome.
 Please fax requests for substitutions or
 cancellations to 303.347.0804.
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 AWWA International Symposium on
 Waterborne Pathogens
❯ May 2–4, 2010
❯ Manhattan Beach Marriott Hotel
❯ Manhattan Beach, California


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