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U.S. Army Maj. Monica Martin, a laboratory animal veterinarian with the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, dissects an anopheles mosquito during a demonstration hosted by the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command, Fort Detrick, Md., Feb. 23, 2023. MRDC hosted the demonstration for students enrolled in the Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy Biotech Seminar as part of a tour of USAMRDS’s facilities. The USAMRDC team hosted the Eisenhower School students to provide an overview of the U.S. Army’s medical technology development and modernization efforts. The Eisenhower School is tailored for select rising senior government and military personnel and industry executives to develop critical, innovative, and ethical decision makers. (U.S. Army Photo by Cameron E. Parks/Released)
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Jun 9, 2023

TriService Nursing Research Program Cultivates Medical Innovative Solution Through Evidence-Based Practice and Research

The TriService Nursing Research Program held its annual Research and Evidence-Based Dissemination Course from April 4-6, 2023 in San Antonio, Texas. (Photo by U.S. Air Force Sgt. Kelsey Martinez)

The TriService Nursing Research Program held its annual Research and Evidence-Based Dissemination Course from April 4-6, 2023 in San Antonio, Texas. This course included keynote lectures by military leaders and nationally known clinical experts, along with plenary sessions featuring research and presentations from tri-service active, National Guard ...

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Mar 30, 2023

Protecting the Warfighter's Health and Readiness, Now and Into the Future

An anopheles mosquito specimen sample sits under the microscope during a demonstration of the U.S. Army’s medical technology development and modernization efforts, Fort Detrick, Maryland, on Feb. 23. (Photo by Summer Abdoh, U.S. Army)

A cure for a debilitating and sometimes deadly disease, new treatments for working military dogs, a snakebite antidote, and a treatment for respiratory disease! See how years of research collaborations are providing protections for warfighters in remote places like never before.

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Mar 17, 2023

USU President Encourages Attendees to “Think Outside the Box” at Infectious Disease Symposium

Uniformed Services University President Dr. Jonathan Woodson delivered opening remarks during IDCRP's first annual Science Symposium March 6-10. The event was held in collaboration with the Defense Health Agency Infectious Disease Working Group Subcommittee. (Photo by  HJF communications)

Infectious diseases like COVID-19, HIV, and battlefield wound infections cause illness and disruptions that threaten health and military readiness around the world. To help foster collaboration in the field and share best practices, the Uniformed Services University’s Infectious Disease Clinical Research Program hosted its first Science Symposium ...

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Mar 15, 2023

Walter Reed Audiology and Speech Pathology Center Focuses on Improving Quality of Life for Military Health System Beneficiaries

World Hearing Day is observed annually on March 3, and this year’s theme is “Ear and Hearing Care for All.”  (Courtesy photo)

Although World Hearing Day is observed just one day during the year, the Audiology and Speech Pathology Center at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center focuses on improving the health and quality of life for MHS beneficiaries nearly every day of the year.

Last Updated: March 22, 2024
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