ASPR

AcronymDefinition
ASPRAssistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (US Department of Health and Human Services)
ASPRAustralasian Society for Psychiatric Research
ASPRAustrian Study Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution
ASPRArmed Services Procurement Regulations (now DAR)
ASPRAnglo-Saxon Poetic Records
ASPRAssociation of Staff Physician Recruiters
ASPRAlmost Strictly Positive Real
ASPRAustralian Society for Psychiatric Research
ASPRAmerican Society for Psychical Research, Inc.
ASPRAmerican School of Prehistoric Research
ASPRPsychology Students' Association from Romania
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The Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), a component of ASPR, will provide $23 million to Merck to produce Ebola vaccine doses over the next year.
The mission of the ASPR is to save lives and protect Americans from 21st century health security threats.
In order to keep fraudsters from exploiting the password reset scenario, an effective means of identity proofing is now part of ASPR: BioID's face recognition combined with liveness detection.
"We are very excited to be supporting BARDA and ASPR for the rapid development and manufacture of vaccines and therapeutics against potential pandemic and emerging disease targets/'said Thomas VanCott, president and chief executive officer, ABL.
Kaplowitz, who works for ASPR, told the members of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions that, so far, the coordinated monitoring effort has not yielded "any evidence of an increase in conditions that could be linked to oil or dispersant exposure."
Kuhn's laws, as he formulated them, when applied to the contents of ASPR suggest that "poetic syntax" is also a relative concept, most nearly approaching regularity in classical verse and shading off gradatim toward prose syntax in other varities on the compositional spectrum.
ICF will support ASPR in the day-to-day operations of its Technical Resources, Assistance Center, and Information Exchange Program (TRACIE), created to meet the information and technical assistance needs of healthcare providers, emergency managers and public health practitioners preparing for and responding to public health emergencies and natural disasters.
The Association of Staff Physician Recruiters (ASPR) is a professional organization exclusively for in-house physician recruitment professionals.
(23) Solomon and Saturn II, lines 296-98a (ASPR 6:41).
The ASPR is comprised of more than 1,100 in-house physician recruitment professionals and is the leading authority on physician recruitment and retention.
The project is part of a long-standing effort by the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), a component of ASPR, to develop new medical products that help save lives during a radiological or nuclear emergency.
The HHS Secretarys Operation Center, managed by the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR), remains activated 24/7 to coordinate federal public health and medical support, bringing to bear the federal governments full range of health-related assets and resources.