is Chief of Inpatient Services at the Yale Clinical Neuroscience Research Unit and Assistant Clinical Professor, Yale University School of Medicine; A picture accompanying this release is available through the PA Photowire.
What does CNRU stand for?
CNRU stands for Clinical Neuroscience Research Unit
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- Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique et Technologique (French: National Center for Scientific and Technological Research; various locations)
- Committee on Natural Resources and Science and Technology (est. 1996)
- Conseil National de la Recherche Scientifique et Technique (French)
- Commander Navy Region Southwest (US Navy)
- Centre National de Recherche Technologique (French: National Center for Technological Research)
- Comisión Nacional de Regulación del Transporte (Argentina: National Regulatory Transport Commission )
- Conselho Nacional da Resistencia Timorense
- Corrected Sinus Node Recovery Time
- Capital Not Related To Construction
- Caudal Nucleus Reticularis Tegmenti Pontis
- Clinical Nutrition Research Unit (various universities)
- Commission Nationale de Restructuration des Urgences
- Coordinamento Nazionale Ricercatori Universitari (Italian: National Coordination University Researchers)
- Carilion New River Valley Medical Center (Christiansburg, VA)
- Cercle National Richard Wagner (French: Richard Wagner National Circle; Paris, France)
- Combat Net Radio Working Group
- Caribbean Network of Rural Women Producers (Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago)
- Canadian Northern Railway
- Cairns, Queensland, Australia - Cairns (Airport Code)
- Caisse Nationale de Santé (French: National Health Fund; Luxembourg)
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Damian, a neurologist in the clinical neuroscience research unit at the University of Leicester, England.