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- Dr. Stuart Levy Co-Founder of Paratek Pharmaceuticals, professor, Tufts University School of Medicine
- Dr. Carlene Muto Medical director of infection control,University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
- Dr. John Jernigan Deputy chief of prevention and response in the division of healthcare quality promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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