VETERANS MEDICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION OF SD
March 31, 2010
We are working with the VMRF to identify research opportunities to develop new therapies for veterans with disabilities. We were introduced to VMRF through distinguished scientists and global thought-leaders, so we anticipated the caliber of work that VMRF would be associated with. However, I was pleasantly surprised at the dedication and effort that the staff and researchers at VMRF would exert to support the project.
Kerstin and her staff are one of the hardest working, diligent and focused groups that I've been associated with. What would seemingly be impossible because of the nature of the project was handled professionally, and extremely effectively. VMRF worked extremely diligently to forward a proposal which required sensitivity, speed and collective organization. VMRF, specifically Kerstin, was not able to understand the scope of the project but able to accomplish all this within the short time we had to finish the proposal. All said, and done, it was less than a few days. Pretty amazing.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
extremely diligent and dedicated. Kerstin and her group are focused, organized and extremely intelligent. They were able to comprehend not only the nature of our research, but also to quickly and effectively move to forward the proposal.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
solve 10 million problems. Based on the limited time and resources available to finish the proposal, and considering the need to pull in so many different inputs, it's amazing how this small but extremely effective group can pull things off.
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When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
Professional with expertise in this field & We were working with VMRF to identify research opportunities to develop new therapies for veterans.