Hugo W. Moser Research Institute At Kennedy Krieger, Inc.

Hugo W. Moser Research Institute At Kennedy Krieger, Inc.

Hugo W. Moser Research Institute At Kennedy Krieger, Inc.

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Date Founded

1986

Headquarters

707 N BROADWAY BALTIMORE MD 21205-1832

Charitable Causes

Science & Technology Research

Employees (Worldwide)

235

Company Description

BIO-MEDICAL RESEARCH TO FIND ANSWERS TO PROBLEMS AND INJURIES THAT AFFECT A CHILD'S BRAIN.

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Board of Directors

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