Joining Remotec President Mike Knopp and Contineo Robotics Chief Technology Officer Stuart Harshbarger in today's announcement were Oklahoma Commerce Secretary Natalie Shirley, Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett and Presbyterian Health Foundation Chairman Carl Edwards.
What does PHF stand for?
PHF stands for Presbyterian Health Foundation (Oklahoma City, OK)
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- Personalized Heel Fit (shoes)
- Pesticide, Herbicide and Fertilizer
- Pinoy Horse Fanatics (Philippines)
- Poptropica Help Forum (kids' website)
- Portable Hypertext Format
- Postal History Foundation (Tucson, AZ)
- Potentially Hazardous Food
- Potomac Horse Fever (febrile illness)
- Precultured Heart Fragment
- Preguntas Hechas Frecuentemente (Spanish)
- Probability of Inter-Cell Handover Failure
- Procurement History File (Claims)
- Prohormoneforum (web forum)
- Project History File
- Psychiatric Health Facility
- Public Health Facility
- Public Health Foundation
- Punch Haole Face (punk band, Hawaii)
- Put Him First (record label)
- Perturbative Hartree-Fock One-Center Expansion
Samples in periodicals archive:
We welcome Great Point Partners and Presbyterian Health Foundation as new investors in Cytovance.
The company will use the funds to develop a 30,000 square foot state-of-the-art manufacturing plant at the Presbyterian Health Foundation (PHF) Research Park.
OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Presbyterian Health Foundation (PHF) today announced that it has named Michael D.
news conference held at the Presbyterian Health Foundation in Oklahoma City.
A group of private Oklahoma investors, the Presbyterian Health Foundation and the University of Oklahoma have assisted and provided the start-up funding for the company.
Perry will oversee the clinical production of biopharmaceuticals at Cytovance's 44,000 square foot biologics contract manufacturing facility, located in the Presbyterian Health Foundation Research Park in Oklahoma City, Okla.
Participating investors in the equity offering included Dillon Read, Morningside Ventures, Oppenheimer/WestMed, Salomon Brothers, Merrill Lynch Venture Capital, The Woodlands, Advent, Gateway Venture Partners and The Presbyterian Health Foundation.