Phone: (202) 433-5225
Ms. Ewelina Tunia is a Research Associate at the National Defense University’s Center for Technology and National Security Policy. As a Research Associate
she focuses on biodefense, emerging science and technology issues. She holds a master’s degree in security studies from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Hunter College, City University of New York. Ms. Tunia has coauthored several papers on biodefense.
- Team-Member Defense Science and Technology Readiness Improvement and Decision
- Team-Member:Response to an Unforeseen Chemical Hazard Study (RUCHS)
- Team-Member: Response to Unforeseen Biological Hazard Study (RUBH)
- POC, Main: Tactical Garbage to Energy Refinery (TGER)
- Chemical and Biological Defense Test and Evaluation (T&E) Future Challenges (July, 2012)
- Analysis of the Threat of Genetically Modified Organisms for Biological Warfare (May, 2011)
- “Background Discrimination of Bioaerosols” James J. Valdes, Raymond Mackay, Joshua L. Santarpia, Stephen Adams, Ewelina Tunia, and Andrew Mara. ITEA Journal 2011; 32:181-190
- “Total Agent per Liter of Air with Particle Size Distribution (TALAp): A New Unit of Measure for the Test and Evaluation of Biodetectors” James J. Valdes, Jeffrey Mohr, Raymond Mackay, Ewelina Tunia, and Andrew Mara. ITEA Journal 2010:417-425.