CONSELHO FEDERAL DE MEDICINA BIOMOLECULAR
FUNDAÇÃO AMERICANA DE MEDICINA GENÉTICA E GENÓMICA ORGANIZAÇÃO FEDERAL GOVERNAMENTAL
Autarquia Federal Fundacional Decreto da Lei nº 200/1967.
Regulamentada pelo Conselho Federal de Medicina na Resolução 1500/1998 e homologada na Resolução 1938/2010 com a assessoria da Associação Brasileira de Medicina Biomolecular (Publicada no D.O.U. de 5 de fevereiro de 2010, seção I, p. 161) CFM - USA NÚMERO FEDERAL 92-3265635.
Acordo de cooperação; define diretrizes para a política de fomento, de colaboração e de cooperação com organizações da sociedade civil; e altera as Leis nºs 8.429, de 2 de junho de 1992, e 9.790, de 23 de março de 1999. (Redação dada pela Lei nº 13.204, de 2015.
HARVARD FOUNDATION FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
AND SUPPORT OF NEEDY FAMILIES WORLDWIDE
USA FEDERAL REGISTRATION NUMBER: 88-3166386. DOCUMENT NUMBER: N22000007831.
FUNDAÇÃO HARVARD DE PESQUISAS CIENTIFÍCAS
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