CREADCentre de Recherche en Économie Appliquée pour le Développement (French: Center for Research in Applied Economics for Development; Algeria)
CREADCumulative Research Evidence Assessment Device
CREADCenter for Research, Evaluation, Assessment and Dissemination (est. 1999; California State University, Fresno)
CREADCentre de Recherche pour l'Economie Appliquée au Développement (French)
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- US-based biotechnology company Genentech, a member of Switzerland's Roche Group (SIX: RO) (OTCQX: RHHBY) has decided to discontinue CREAD 1 and CREAD 2 (BN29552 and BN29553) Phase III studies of the investigational anti-beta-amyloid molecule crenezumab in people with early (prodromal to mild) sporadic Alzheimer's disease, the company said.
It is therefore no coincidence that one of the most important areas of engagement of the InterAmerican Distance Education Consortium (CREAD) has been its "Standards of Quality" for nontraditional educational modalities.
For example, one prospective, randomized study was undertaken to evaluate a postoperative care pathway using Controlled Rehabilitation with Early Ambulation and Diet (CREAD) in patients undergoing intestinal resection compared with the traditional standard of care at the same institution (Delaney, 2004).
Cwympa'r dail yn garped lliwgar Gan orchuddio daear lawr Llygaid dyn a wnaed i weled Rhyfeddodau'r cread mawr.
Exports reached $ 10.47 billion during the first two months of the year, against $ 9.28 billion for the same period in 2010, 12.75% up, according to provisional results announced on the sidelines of the signing of an agreement on scientific cooperation between Customs and the Centre for Research on Applied Economics and Development (CREAD) Imports stood at $ 6.54 bn, against $ 6.4 billion in January and February 2010, 2.22% up, the CNIS said.
All the stereotypes we held have now disappeared," according to the Nasreddine Hammouda, a statistician at the Centre for Research into Applied Economics (CREAD).