AFCR

(redirected from American Federation for Clinical Research)
AcronymDefinition
AFCRAmerican Foster Care Resources, Inc. (King George, VA)
AFCRAmerican Federation for Clinical Research (name changed to AFMR: American Federation for Medical Research)
AFCRAmerican Fund for Czechoslovak Relief (New York, NY)
AFCRAsian Fund for Cancer Research (Hong Kong)
AFCRAegis Field Change Request
AFCRAirborne Fire-Control Radar
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Shuster held memberships in the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Federation for Clinical Research, the American Heart Association (Councils on Circulation and Rheumatic Fever and Congenital Heart Defects), the American Medical Association, the American Society of Internal Medicine, the American Thoracic Society, the Montgomery County Medical Society, the National Association of Disability Examiners, and the National Rehabilitation Association.
Relman is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a member (and former member of the Council) of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences, a former President of the American Federation for Clinical Research, the American Society of Clinical Investigation, and the Association of American Physicians.
Greene reported the team's findings April 30 in Baltimore at the Clinical Research Meeting, sponsored by the Association of American Physicians, the American Society for Clinical Investigation, and the American Federation for Clinical Research.
He and his colleagues presented their data in Baltimore last week at a joint meeting of the Association of American Physicians, the American Society for Clinical Investigation and the American Federation for Clinical Research.
The link between earlobe creases and heart disease remains unclear, says Elliott, who reported his findings last week in Seattle at a meeting of the American Federation for Clinical Research.
Davis, the president of the American Federation for Clinical Research (AFCR).
This so-called osteopenia may not be reversible, even is a young patient recovers from the underlying anorexia, said researchers from Boston's Massachusetts General Hospital last week during a meeting of the American Federation for Clinical Research in Washington, D.
During a joint meeting of the Association of American Physicians, the American Society for Clinical Investigation and the American Federation for Clinical Research held this week in Washington, D.
These were described earlier this month at the annual meeting of the American Federation for Clinical Research in Washington, D.
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