If you are a more social monkey, then you're going to have greater reproductive success, meaning your babies are more likely to survive their first year," post-doctoral research fellow Lauren Brent, who led the study said.
What does PDRF stand for?
PDRF stands for Post-Doctoral Research Fellow
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We have 7 other meanings of PDRF in our Acronym Attic
- Pulse Detonation Rocket Engine
- Pearl Development and Real Estate Company (Bahrain)
- Program Development Research & Evaluation Division
- Product Data Reporting Evaluation Program
- Product Deficiency Reporting and Evaluation Program
- Professional Development Registry for Engineers and Surveyors
- Parent Designed Report Form
- Philippine Drag Racing Familysport
- Phospholipid-Derived Relaxing Factor (biochemistry)
- Physical Delivery Request Form
- Product Development Request Form
- Photonic Device Research Group (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Champaign, IL)
- Plan Directeur Rive Gauche (French: Left Bank Management Plan)
- Polarization Dependence of Raman Gain (electrical engineering)
- Population Dynamics Research Group
- Private Duty Resource Group (Brookline, MA)
- Professional Development Research Grants (Virginia Community College System)
- Parkinson's Disease Research Group of the United Kingdom
- Programme Development in Reproductive Health
- Pancreas Donor Risk Index (organs)
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The Durham Department has about 110 staff, 100 graduate students and substantial numbers of post-doctoral research fellows.
Dickie was a post-doctoral research fellow at Glasgow University and worked at Stanford Research Institute (now SRI International).
and joined the Smithsonian Institution affiliate in 1985; earlier she was a post-doctoral research fellow at the National Institute for Medical Research in London.
According to the affidavit filed in support of the complaint, Zhu and Kimbara were working in Harvard Medical School's Department of Cell Biology as post-doctoral research fellows on a research project in a lab under the direction of Dr.