Simmerman, International Emerging Infections Program, Thailand MOPH-US CDC Collaboration, DDC Building 7, 4th Floor, Thailand MOPH, Nonthaburi, Thailand 11000; email: msimmerman@cdc.
What does IEIP stand for?
IEIP stands for International Emerging Infections Program (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 2 other meanings of IEIP in our Acronym Attic
- Interim Early Intensive Intervention (est. 2002; autism; Canada)
- International Equity Investments Inc (Delaware)
- Illuminating Engineering Institute of Japan
- Info Edge India Limited
- Ion Exchange India, Ltd. (Mumbai, India)
- International Encyclopedia of Information and Library Science (UK)
- Instituto de Estudios e Investigaciones Sobre Medio Ambiente (Spanish: Institute for Studies and Research on the Environment; Argentina)
- Institute of European Integration and Policy (Greece)
- Intensive Early Intervention Program (autism care; Canada)
- Inter-Enterprise Integration Platform (e-commerce)
- International Exchange of Information on Physicians (working group)
- Institute for Environmental Issues and Policy Assessment (Baton Rouge, LA; US EPA)
- Idiopathic Environmental Intolarence Syndrome
- Immediate Endoscopic Injection Sclerosis (gastroenterology)
- Indian Experiment of Infarct Survival (medical study)
- Inductors of Endogenous Interferon Synthesis
- Institute for Environmental and Industrial Science (Texas State University)
- Institute for European and International Studies (Luxembourg)
- Integrated Earth Information Server
- Interdependent Energy Infrastructure Simulation System
Samples in periodicals archive:
Dowell ([dagger]) * Taiwan Department of Health, Taipei, Taiwan; ([dagger]) International Emerging Infections Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Bangkok, Thailand; ([double dagger]) Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; and ([section]) National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan Dr.
Representatives from 14 countries attended the course, which was conducted in Bangkok in December 2001 and was sponsored by the CDC International Emerging Infections Program in Thailand and the WHO headquarters Southeast Asia Regional Office.