SUBR is the network of nonprofit associations who have joined forces to promote health through science and education. SUBR is committed to building collaborative networks of organizations, institutions, businesses and individuals to promote public understanding of and support for biomedical research, including the humane care and use of research animals.
SUBR is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit consortium of local, state, regional, and national associations. Network members represent hospitals, healthcare systems, colleges and universities, voluntary health organizations, government agencies, research and health-related organizations, biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, professional associations, and other members of the research community.
The California Biomedical Research Association is a consortium of academic institutions, voluntary health agencies, hospitals, professional societies, not-for-profit medical research institutions, and the major medical products and pharmaceutical companies with facilities in California, Nevada, and the greater western region.
MSMR promotes and enhances biomedical and biological research, including the humane care and use of animals, for the improved health and well-being of people, animals, and the environment.
The goal of MSMR is to foster a better understanding of biomedicine by improving basic literacy in and enthusiasm for the biological sciences among the public, the media, and future generations.
We are scientific and lay community volunteers, who, with the financial support of Michigan’s research institutions, have sustained vigilance over anti-research initiatives, the animal rights movement, and all efforts aimed at unnecessarily restricting the conduct of ethical biomedical research. To serve our mission we conduct programs that advance and expedite research in the biological sciences, particularly those that promote human and animal welfare through the prevention, control, and cure of disease. We promote public understanding and support of the methods, requirements and accomplishments of biological research. MISMR facilitates cooperation among its members on programs that advance research in biology, medicine, agriculture, and related fields.
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The mission of the North Carolina Association for Biomedical Research (NCABR) is to provide support for and promote public understanding of bioscience research.
The Ohio Scientific Education & Research Association is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1991. It is an educational consortium of universities, hospitals, voluntary health organizations and corporations. OSERA was created to develop a better understanding of the topic of the humane and responsible use of animals in scientific activities until scientifically-valid non-animal methods are available.
The Pennsylvania Society for Biomedical Research (PSBR) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit science education organization formed in 1990 by universities, medical schools, pharmaceutical firms, and professional societies in Pennsylvania and Delaware to foster a better understanding of the benefits of biomedical research to human and animal health, as well as the necessity for the humane treatment of animals in such research.
The Southwest Association for Education in Biomedical Research (SwAEBR) has been formed with the specific mission of developing and implementing a strong proactive campaign to educate school children, as well as the general public, in the vital role biomedical research plays in their everyday lives. The Association will disseminate information necessary to improve the public's understanding of how responsible and humane biomedical research has led to significantly improved health for humankind and its animal companions.
The Texas Society for Biomedical Research (TSBR), representing academic, medical and research institutions in Texas, is dedicated to the improvement of health and well being for all life through advances in biomedical research. Animals are essential for biomedical research. Research in animals offers the best hope of finding the cause, treatment, and prevention for many diseases that inflict pain, disability, and death on both humans and animals.