The General Services Administration (GSA) is currently engaged in several initiatives to transform the Government’s acquisition processes, systems, and strategies. The primary objective of the Common Acquisition Platform (CAP).…
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Defense Acquisition University (DAU) had an existing distance learning course on business decisions for contracting. The course was dated, contained disparate content, and did not engage the learner. DAU needed subject matter…
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Zika. And it’s a big one. The Zika virus (which is passed to humans by mosquitoes) is severely impacting dozens of developing countries in Central and South America. Zika has only recently begun to spread in the Western Hemisphere,…
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VYSNOVA CELEBRATES AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH
Vysnova Partners celebrates African American History Month by honoring the many African American health pioneers and the impact they have had on healthcare and health research. From Dr. Patricia Bath, the first African American female physician awarded a patent for a medical invention and a current advocate of telemedicine and emerging technology in medical diagnosis and treatment, to Dr. Solomon Fuller who pioneered Alzheimer’s research and advanced the study of many other neurodegenerative diseases, African American health professionals have advanced the world of healthcare and health research invaluably. To name a few, other African American innovators of the health industry include Dr. Jane Wright who elevated chemotherapy to a viable treatment option rather than a last-ditch effort at treating cancer, Dr. Charles Drew who led in the storing of blood for transfusions in blood plasma and organized the first large-scale blood bank in the U.S. during WWII, and Dr. Daniel Williams who was one of the first physicians of any race to successfully perform open-heart surgery. Vysnova Partners tips its hat to these and the countless other African Americans who have helped improve the health of the national and global community.
Project: Estudio Zika en Embarazadas y Niños (Estudio ZEN) - Colombia
Position: Project Associate, Public Health Program (PHP)
Position Type: Full-Time
Reports to: Deputy Program Manager, PHP
Location: Washington, D.C.
The Project Associate (PA) will provide a range of administrative and technical support services to Estudio ZEN and Vysnova’s business development and capture activities. Specifically, this position is responsible for day to day backstopping support to the field team in close coordination with the client (CDC). The PA needs to work proactively at a high-performance level and as part of a team to anticipate project needs and ensure proper support to the field team.
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Vysnova is currently seeking a highly qualified Veterinary Technician II to support the Naval Medical Research Unit San Antonio (NAMRU-SA).
Under supervision of senior technical staff, optimize and execute surgical procedures for animal models of trauma; Perform laboratory assays and collect and analyze data from experiments involving use of in vivo models; Assist in preparation of proposals, IACUC protocols, technical reports, contracts, data summaries, manuscripts, and presentations; Provide data summaries at project meetings; Perform general laboratory support tasks such as preparing SOPs, maintaining clear and accurate laboratory records and inventories, routine biosafety procedures to maintain compliance with established laboratory safety rules, and maintaining supply inventory.
Vet Tech support experience working with NHPs, swine, rodents, sheep, rabbits
comfortable with surgical techniques
willing to work a rotating shift
AA degree or higher
laboratory/animal experience with Veterinary Technician related certification required.
Tuesday, January 9, WHITE HOUSE – Vysnova Partners CEO and President, Carlos Rivera, and fellow members of the Small Business Association for International Companies (SBAIC) met with Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director for the White House Office of Public Liaison Stephen Munisteri, and the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC). As current chair of the SBAIC and leader of his second successful small business, Mr. Rivera proudly represented Vysnova and other small businesses, testifying to the important role of small businesses in the global economy as sources of innovation and specialized expertise, agents of increased competition in emerging markets, and supporters of growth and stability in economies and governments abroad.
As a professional with more than fifteen years in international development, Mr. Rivera was able to advocate on behalf of small businesses, emphasizing the important role U.S. companies play in advancing U.S. leadership in the global arena, improving national security, and creating more American jobs. Vysnova is proud to support the goals and ideals of small businesses in international development.
Vysnova Partners participated in Philadelphia’s annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s, the world’s largest event dedicated to raising awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support, and research. Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, and it’s the only cause of death in the U.S.’s top ten that cannot be prevented, cured, or slowed.
Vysnova employees travelled to Philadelphia, PA on the weekend of November 11 and sponsored Dee’s Memory Squad, which was a registered team walking for Dee Fynes, a relative of Vysnova COO Dr. John Fallon. Dee’s Memory Squad comprised part of the overall 8,465 other participants in a Walk around Citizens Bank Park, sporting flowers to show their connection to the cause. The Philadelphia walk raised $1,32,349.05 for Alzheimer’s Association’s research, prevention, and treatment.
Vysnova looks forward to continuing its support of community and global health initiatives like the Walk to End Alzheimer’s as it plans its next CSR event in the Spring.