The proceeds from the sale of the cards will benefit the Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation (Ebmrf), which helps adults and children struggling with skin disorders, Contactmusic reported.
What does MRF stand for?
MRF stands for Medical Research Foundation (Oregon Health and Science University; Portland, OR)
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We have 138 other meanings of MRF in our Acronym Attic
- Markov Random Field
- Marmarth Research Foundation
- Masonic Restoration Foundation
- Master Record Form (insurance)
- Material Recovery Facility
- Material Request Form
- Material Review Form
- Materials Recycling Facility
- Media Resource Function
- Medical Research Facility (various locations)
- Medium Range Forecast (weather forecasting model)
- Meeting Request Form
- Melanoma Research Foundation
- Meningitis Research Foundation
- Mentally Retarded Female (TV show Arrested Development)
- Message-Refusal Signal (ITU-T)
- Metal Recovery Facility (US DOE)
- Metal Removal Fluid
- Michigan Renaissance Festival
- Microsoft Readiness Framework
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Children's Medical Research Foundation survey released yesterday shows people's worrying absence of exercise is blamed on lack of time.
The Dystonia Medical Research Foundation (DMRF) recognized Dunn and Delise for their efforts to promote greater public awareness of dystonia, a neurological disease.
``This genetic skin disease is one of the most crippling things that can afflict a child,'' said Cox, the host of an EB Medical Research Foundation benefit that attracted Reese Witherspoon, David Spade, Holly Robinson Peete, Ricki Lake, Ashley Scott and Bill Fichtner.
About 15 to 20 percent of them [become] seriously ill," says Joan Merrill, medical director of the Lupus Foundation of America and a rheumatologist at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation in Oklahoma City.
Invite Speakers Melinda Beck University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill Robert Floyd Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation John Groopman The Johns Hopkins University Howard Hu Harvard School of Public Health Nobuyo Maeda University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill Richard Miller University of Michigan School of Medicine Robert Roth Michigan State University Silke Schmidt Duke University Medical Center Duncan Thomas University of Southern California Holly Van Remmen The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Donata Vercelli The University of Arizona
New York, NY, announced it has signed a research agreement with Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF) to continue the development of methylene blue for the treatment of the West Nile virus (WNV).
Borchardt is a research scientist at Marshfield Medical Research Foundation in Marshfield, Wisconsin.