The Helppie family donated $5 million to create The Helppie Institute for Urban Pediatric Health Research at a launching ceremony for The Children's Research Center of Michigan last year.
What does CRCM stand for?
CRCM stands for Children's Research Center of Michigan
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We have 8 other meanings of CRCM in our Acronym Attic
- Cannon River Community Land Trust (Northfield, MN; est. 2001)
- Canadian Regional Climate Model (University of Quebec, Montreal, Canada)
- CANopen Roller Control Module
- Center for Research in Cardiovascular Medicine (University at Buffalo)
- Central Railroad Company of Minnesota
- Central Reservations and Channel Management
- Centre de Recherhe en Chimie Moléculaire (France)
- Certified Refrigerant Compliance Manager (National Registry of Environmental Professionals)
- Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (American Bankers Association)
- Chicagoland Radio Control Modelers
- Chocolate River Conservatory of Music (Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada)
- Christian Reformed Church in Myanmar
- Christian Research Center of Mexico
- Citizens Research Council of Michigan
- Classroom Receptive Competency Matrix
- Commission on Recent Crustal Movements
- Committee to Regulate and Control Marijuana (Las Vegas, NV)
- Community Reconciliation and Conflict Management (Uganda)
- Community Rehabilitation Case Management
- Comprehensive Regional Center for Minorities
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Assistant Professor at the Children's Research Center of Michigan, in Detroit, who coordinates these discussions and excerpt statements from the participants, is to "promote further reflection culminating with a definition that is widely accepted and universally applicable.
an Associate Editor of the Journal and Assistant Professor at the Children's Research Center of Michigan, in Detroit, writing on behalf of the Editorial Board of Stem Cells and Development, polled a group of the Journal's senior Editorial Board members and other renowned scientists in an attempt to formulate a consensus definition of a stem cell.