Following the terrorist attacks of September 2001, Intoxikon International focused its efforts on the pro bono development of an Identification and Treatment (IDT) Matrix for Biological Warfare. The IDT Matrix was widely distributed to hospitals in the Trenton and Hamilton, New Jersey, areas where the anthrax attacks originated, as well as to various law enforcement and first responder agencies in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. At the time no such compilation of information existed. Originally distributed through Intoxikon International, the IDT Matrix was republished in its entirety in 2009 in the journal The Forensic Examiner. The cover story of the journal featured Dr. John Brick and the memorable days following 9/11.