APHL's Global Health Program works with countries all around the world to build strong and resilient national laboratory systems. APHL supports and coordinates the US national public health laboratory system that serves the fifty US states. With over 50 years of experience managing public health laboratory programs, we apply our expertise to serve national laboratory systems across the globe. APHL supports the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief
(PEPFAR) and Global Health Security Agenda
(GHSA) initiatives in collaboration with a variety of funding partners.
APHL provides technical assistance, training, leadership and management fellowship programs and tools for laboratory professionals at all levels of a national system. National systems gain knowledge, skills and abilities in policy development, strategic and implementation planning, project management as well as training in methods for laboratory leaders and bench staff from point of care testing to advanced molecular methods such as Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS).
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