Association Of Public Health Laboratories
The Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) is a membership organization in the United States representing the laboratories that protect the health and safety of the public. In collaboration with members, APHL advances laboratory systems and practices, and promotes policies that support healthy communities. APHL serves as a liaison between laboratories and federal and international agencies, and ensures that the network of laboratories has current and consistent scientific information in order to be ready for outbreaks and other public health emergencies. Membership consists of local, territorial, county and state public health laboratories; environmental, agricultural and veterinary laboratories; and corporations and individuals with an interest in public health and laboratory science. APHL is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization with a history of over fifty years.
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... APHL convenes leading national forums on public health laboratory science, policy and practice ... attract laboratory scientists, federal and state health officials, industry and other public health decision makers from the United States and abroad ... exposes attendees to new technology, products and services they can use in their laboratories ...
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