DAUFIN

AcronymDefinition
DAUFINData Assimilation within a Unifying Modeling Framework for Improved River Basin Water Resources Management (EU project)
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Early virologic non-response to once daily combination of lamivudine, tenofovir and nevirapine in antiretroviral naive HIV-infected patients: preliminary results of the DAUFIN study.
E-K Daufin, who teaches at historically black Alabama State University, wrote an article in the spring 2001 issue of Journalism and Mass Communication Educator that called for more money for minorities.
Daufin, who has taught at predominantly black and predominantly white colleges, has a doctorate from Ohio State University and experience as a magazine and newspaper writer.
La Pyralide en ce point ne vit pas, Perdant sa flame, & le Daufin son onde.
Daufin (1995) declared that "research says students judge white women and people of color more harshly than white male professors" but offered no evidence of such research.
Daufin in 1991 often are on yearly contracts, not tenured or tenure-track professors in whose retention and success educational institutions have vested commitment.