NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – AMDeC, the Academy for Medical Development and Collaboration, is closing its doors after 15 years.

In a statement issued late Friday, the organization said that its board has voted to shutter the organization, established 15 years ago to provide support to the biomedical research community in the New York area. It did not provide a reason and a spokesperson for AMDeC declined to provide additional details.

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