Doerfler

Doerf·ler

(dōr'flĕr),
Leo G., U.S. audiologist, 1919-2004. See: Doerfler-Stewart test.
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Doerfler, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School.
The show is directed by award-winning director and choreographer Bart Doerfler, known for his work on The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood and companies such as The Walt Disney Company.
Marco Boegel, Philip Hoelter, Thomas Redel, Andreas Maier, Joachim Hornegger and Arnd Doerfler, 2015.
This new state-of-the art operation will provide us with the capability to include healthy and patient volunteers in first-in-human through proof-of-concept trials, which are becoming progressively more complex in nature," said Cindy Doerfler, vice president of PPD's early development division.
Doerfler, supra note 23, at 812 (arguing that Congress, like ordinary speakers, "occasionally misspeak[s]").
Doerfler was well-suited to the reconnaissance mission: raised a farm boy in Minnesota, he understood farm land.
This is the opposite of the gender trend at the outpatient level of care, but it is also well documented in the literature that girls in residential care show a unique and distinct trend of higher levels of externalizing behaviors than boys (Badura Brack et ah, 2012; Connor, Doerfler, Toscano, Volungic, & Steingard, 2004; Handwerk et al.
Sweet Home also advanced Boden Petersen (106), Dillon Stutzman (120), Justin Kurtz (126), Ricky Yunke (132), Jake Porter (145), Brandon Keenon (195) and Dalton Doerfler (220).
The Working Group is comprised of Jerry Lawrence, Director of Purchasing, Doree Kuhn, Director of Hotel Operations, Gordon Basht, Director of Sales and John Doerfler, Hotel Sales Manager and Conference Coordinator.
Doerfler described the aging Baby Boomer generation as particularly cause minded and a great laboratory experiment for models that could work several decades down the line for Millennials.
Doerfler, "The hyperintense acute reperfusion marker on fluid-attenuated inversion recovery magnetic resonance imaging is caused by gadolinium in the cerebrospinal fluid," Stroke, vol.
Exploring the multifaceted issue of citizenship among the Anishinaabeg of the White Earth Nation and the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, Doerfler concentrates on the regulation of tribal citizenship and constitutional reform.