The Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) is a voluntary health agency that supports research into neuromuscular diseases. MDA believes more than one million Americans have some form of muscular dystrophy. The organization operates health care clinics and summer camps, provides funding for research, and publishes educational materials. It sponsors more than 200 hospital-affiliated clinics and funds some 330 research projects globally. Founded in 1950, MDA is funded by private contributions and has more than 200 offices across the US.
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Interview Details The interview process was ok I guess. I'm kind of good at interviews though. The ED was dressed extremely unprofessional and very vague regarding the job. I have had better interviewers, but over all it was pretty simple. – Full Interview
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