Cuyahoga Community College
Northeast Ohio Medical University
The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Lerner Research Institute
The Cleveland Clinic
The Ohio State University
Global Surgery Group, R&D
Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc.
NWABR – Northwest Association for Biomedical Research
CBRA – California Biomedical Research Association
SWAEBR – Southwest Association for Education in Biomedical Research
TSBR – Texas Society for Biomedical Research
MISMR – Michigan Society for Medical Research
PSBR – Pennsylvania Society for Biomedical Research
MSMR – Massachusetts Society for Medical Research
NJABR – NJ Association for Biomedical Research
NCABR – North Carolina Association for Biomedical Research
Americans for Medical Progress (AMP) provides many forms of advocacy materials, from ID and talking points cards, to posters. The future of animal research depends on public support. AMP’s materials provide the resources you need to speak openly and freely about the necessary and humane use of animals in biomedical research.
One of the most important ways to show your commitment to research is to become an advocate. You can help build the public’s understanding and trust in animal research – a key component of scientists’ search for new treatments and cures.
The Michael D. Hayre Fellowship in Public Outreach, established by Americans for Medical Progress in 2008, promotes peer education about animal research among students and young adults aged 18-30. Named in memory of AMP’s former Chairman, Michael D. Hayre, DVM, ACLAM, the Fellowship provides support for peer outreach and education projects in the United States.