joined the staff of the Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute in 1970.
What does MRI stand for?
MRI stands for Medical Research Institute (dietary supplements; San Francisco, CA)
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- Matz's Ruby Interpreter (computer programming)
- Max Rubner-Institut (German research institute)
- Mean Recurrence Interval (engineering measurement)
- Mean Return Interval (hurricances)
- Measurement Recording Instrument (Hale Propeller, LLC)
- Mediamark Research Intelligence
- Mediamark Research, Inc.
- Medical Records Institute
- Medical Reengineering Initiative
- Medical Resources, Inc. (various locations)
- Medium Resolution Instrument
- Member of the Royal Institution (of Great Britain; London)
- Metallurgy Research Institute (Zimbabwe)
- Meteorological Research Institute
- Mexican Restaurants, Inc. (Houston, TX)
- Michigan Retail Index
- Midwest Research Institute
- Migrants' Rights International (Switzerland)
- MILSTRIP Routing Identifier
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Crucell is already in the course of developing an Ebola vaccine with the Vaccine Research Center (VRC) of the US National Institutes of Health and the US Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID), utilizing adenovirus vector technology and PER.
5 million in January 2001 by the Wolfson Foundation to support biomedical research at the university effectively completed the Medical Research Institute Appeal.
An appeal to build a state-of-the-art medical research institute at the University of Warwick was completed yesterday with a pounds 2.
The technology was developed through the collaborative efforts of Cochlear Corporation, manufacturer of the Nucleus 22 and Nucleus 24 cochlear implant systems; the House Ear Institute, a research facility with 16 years' experience with single-channel ABI; and the Huntington Medical Research Institute.
Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, July 23, 1997.