University of Nebraska Medical Center
Training, Simulation and Quarantine Center

Proactive Research,
Active Response

Cutting-Edge Innovations

The Transmission Newsletter

The Global Center for Health Security has launched The Transmission, a curated weekly wrap-up of timely, relevant news and data focused on global health security. The newsletter is curated and produced by Claudinne Miller, a former Department of Defense intelligence analyst who has for years produced reports to top-level U.S. government leadership and international public health, academic, and government leaders about past outbreaks like H5N1, H1N1, Ebola, and COVID. Miller has an extensive background as an intelligence analyst with experience in the U.S. Intelligence Community and the U.S. Department of Defense.

The Transmission

Project NExT: Transforming Care, Training and Education Response

Project NExT is a transformational public-private partnership to create a federal, all-hazard health security disaster response space that is adaptable and leverages the University of Nebraska Medical Center/Nebraska Medicine’s experience and global leadership in infectious diseases and biopreparedness.


Discover Our Training, Simulation & Quarantine Center

Our state-of-the-art facilities include the 20-bed National Quarantine Unit, the nation's only federal quarantine unit, and a six-bed simulated biocontainment unit for advanced experiential training – the National Biocontainment Training Center. This high-fidelity simulation center includes a mock lab and autoclave.

International Engagement

The GCHS serves as an international resource and continues to lead the way in readiness training all over the world.

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