Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Wikipedia.

ambry, almary, almery, aumbry

ambry, 1
1. A cupboard or niche in a chancel wall for the utensils of the Eucharist; an armarium.
2. A storage place, storeroom, closet, or pantry.
References in periodicals archive ?
Linh's primary role will be to develop a scalable operational strategy as Ambry expands its reach globally, following a successful acquisition by Konica Minolta.
Ambry employs more than 100 genetic counselors and has been providing physician support for nearly 20 years, as part of their hereditary genetic testing portfolio of services.
25 October 2017 - US-based middle-market investment bank Intrepid Investment Bankers acted as the exclusive financial advisor to US-based California, US-based health care organisation Ambry Ambry Genetics Corp.
Amanda Bergner, MS, serves as Senior Product Manager, Neurology, for Ambry Genetics.
Competitor Ambry Genetics, for example, unexpectedly found itself opposed by a plaintiff's coalition including Myriad and Toronto's SickKids Hospital, which benefits from royalties linked to Myriad's patents (Crowe, 2013).
Myriad has in fact sued several firms, including Ambry Genetics and Gene
Indeed, Ambry Genetix, GeneDx, and DNATraits have already announced BRCA tests costing half Myriad's price or less.
Ambry Genetics briefly displayed a sign on its website that said, "Your Genes Have Been Freed.
1] Director of Molecular Pathology and Co-Director of the Translational Research Program, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Med ical Center, Lebanon, NH; [2] Director of Translational Medicine, Ambry Genetics, Aliso Viejo, CA; [3] Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President, Complete Genomics, Inc.
Ambry Genetics, a global leader in clinical diagnostics and genomic services, announced today that they have officially reached a new milestone in Next-Gen sequencing.
said on June 15 that it will market a high-resolution karyotyping device and related services from Ambry Genetics (Aliso Viejo, Calif.