Strategic Partnerships and Research Collaborative

Organization profile

Organization profile

The Strategic Partnerships and Research Collaborative (SPARC) is a research and innovation hub based at the University of Minnesota. SPARC engages researchers and practitioners across disciplines in the US and globally to establish new large-scale programs that catalyze collaboration, innovate for new discoveries, and deliver practical new solutions that address these critical challenges. SPARC promotes and advances partnerships and projects that put our partners, faculty, staff, and students at the forefront of global innovation, impact, and change.

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Biosurveillance Medicine & Life Sciences
United States Department of Defense Medicine & Life Sciences
Government Regulation Medicine & Life Sciences
Military Medicine Medicine & Life Sciences
Infection Control Medicine & Life Sciences
Disease Management Medicine & Life Sciences
Lenses Medicine & Life Sciences
Communicable Diseases Medicine & Life Sciences


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Amy Kircher

Person: Executive, Administrative, and Managerial, Adjunct Faculty


Projects 2010 2024

Research Output 2010 2012

9 Citations (Scopus)

Assessing the continuum of event-based biosurveillance through an operational lens

Corley, C. D., Lancaster, M. J., Brigantic, R. T., Chung, J. S., Walters, R. A., Arthur, R. R., Bruckner-Lea, C. J., Calapristi, A., Dowling, G., Hartley, D. M., Kennedy, S., Kircher, A., Klucking, S., Lee, E. K., McKenzie, T., Nelson, N. P., Olsen, J., Pancerella, C., Quitugua, T. N., Reed, J. T. & 1 others, Thomas, C. S., Mar 1 2012, In : Biosecurity and Bioterrorism. 10, 1, p. 131-141 11 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Disease control
Recommender systems
2 Citations (Scopus)

2010 Conference on infectious disease modeling sponsored by the U.S. department of defense

Feighner, B. H., Kircher, A., Davey, V. J., Burke, R. L. & Gaydos, J. C., Jun 2010, In : Military medicine. 175, 6, p. 388-389 2 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

United States Department of Defense
Government Regulation
Military Medicine
Infection Control
Disease Management