CMO definition

CMO means a Third Party contract manufacturing organization.

Examples of CMO in a sentence

  • Athletes must complete any BTF pre-travel medical questionnaire (if required, at the discretion of the CMO, in addition to the World Triathlon fit-to-compete questionnaire).

  • Mortgage market returns were mixed as the Fund incurred slight losses on its prepayment exposure in the CMO portion of the portfolio, while recouping this return through owning lower coupon Mortgage-Backed Securities.

  • The CMO system is not responding to the library demand and Spanish libraries do not often have budget to pay for royalties.

  • The increase in direct research and development expenses for our BCMA program was primarily due to an increase in research organization expenses as we continue to enroll additional patients in the Phase 1/2a clinical trial that commenced in 2020.The increase in direct research and development expenses for our CD19B program was primarily due to increases in lab services expense, CMO expense and research organization expense as we prepare to commence our Phase 1 clinical trial of CD19B in mid-2021.

  • Melissa was formerly OkCupid’s CMO and will help drive top of funnel expansion and enhance brand perception.


More Definitions of CMO

CMO has the meaning set forth in Section 2.3(a).
CMO means any Third Party contract manufacturing organization.
CMO means a THIRD PARTY manufacturer with whom ADAPTIMMUNE has entered into a written agreement for such THIRD PARTY manufacturer to manufacture certain products solely on behalf of ADAPTIMMUNE.