LEXINGTON, Ky. (January 15, 2020) — AMR is pleased to welcome the Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities (ABRF) as a new full-service client partner.
ABRF serves over 700 members working within or in the support of resource and research biotechnology laboratories, including administrative offices in government, academia, research, industry and commercial settings. The organization has been in existence for more than 30 years and produces the well-regarded Journal of Biomolecular Techniques.
“We are excited to begin our partnership with AMR in 2020,” said Richard Cole, ABRF president-elect and research assistant professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences School of Public Health at the State University of New York. “The value and creativity AMR presented in their management proposal were key factors in our decision to work with them and we have been impressed by their responsiveness and flexibility. We look forward to building on this collaboration to grow ABRF and elevate the services provided to our members - scientists, technologists, and leaders of shared research facilities around the world.”
Nick Ruffin, CAE, President and CEO of AMR shared, “We’re happy to kick off 2020 with ABRF as a new client partner and look forward to a long and successful partnership.”
About AMR Management Services
AMR Management Services provides professional services to a variety of local, regional, national and international nonprofit trade associations, professional societies and foundations. Through our passion, people and principles, AMR turns vision into action to enable client success.
AMR’s core services include association management, conference and event management, marketing and creative services and technology management. More than 25 regional, national and international organizations rely on AMR for association management expertise. AMR is one of only 19 AMCs to receive the charter accredited designation by the AMC Institute and is active in the American Society of Association Executives.