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NICoE Deputy Director Receives Department of Defense's Highest Civilian Honor

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1/27/2023
U.S. Army Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Ronald J. Place  and Dr. Louis French at award ceremony

The work of one of the Department of Defense’s foremost experts on the treatment of traumatic brain injury was recently honored with the department's highest award given to career DOD civilian employees.

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Decades After Desert Storm, inTransition is There for You

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1/26/2023
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If you need help with your PTSD, the InTransition program is for you.

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Equine Therapy Reduces Staff Stress and Anxiety at Military Hospital

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1/25/2023
Military personnel poses with miniature horse

Not all facility animals are dogs. Mini-horses help reduce staff stress at Naval Medical Center San Diego.

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Genome Sequencing Assists Research at Naval Health Research Center

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1/24/2023
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Learn how unique samples from naval vessels, US-Mexico border populations, and DOD beneficiaries aided in the Naval Health Research Center’s sequencing efforts.

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MLK Day National Day of Service: Remember. Celebrate. Act.

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1/23/2023
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How Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy still affects us today.

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Donated Blood Saves Lives

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1/20/2023
Military personnel donating blood

The Military Health System needs many units of blood every day. The Armed Services Blood Program has a mission to meet that need globally, whenever, and wherever needed.

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U.S. Military HIV Research Lends Lessons Learned to COVID-19

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1/19/2023
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The U.S. military has engaged in HIV research for three decades, contributing critical lessons learned, knowledge, and expertise during the COVID-19 research and vaccine development effort.

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If It Is Worth Dying for, It Is Worth Living for

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1/17/2023
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A psychologist shares a story of a combat veteran to encourage others to seek mental health help if needed.

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Naval Medical Research Center Uses Genome Sequencing for Variants

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1/12/2023
Military personnel pose for a group photo

NMRC’s efforts provided important support for sequencing and viral isolation to the Department of Defense and Military Health System.

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Military Pharmacists Face Unique Challenges While Deployed

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1/12/2023
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Deployed pharmacists are responsible for every medication used in their clinic. That includes preparing medication kits for medics on patrol, helping prepare aeromedical evacuation patients, normal outpatient prescriptions, and in some locations, even snakebite antidotes.

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“Call for Abstracts” Opens for 2023 MHS Research Symposium

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1/10/2023
Attendees enjoying the 2022 MHSRS scientific poster presentation

Preparations for the 2023 MHSRS are currently underway! Learn how you can qualify to present at the DOD's premier scientific meeting for the unique medical needs of the warfighter. (Deadline for abstracts: Feb. 19th)

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Military Working Dog Registry Established to Improve Care

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1/6/2023
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The Military Working Dog Registry has now been established to help improve health care for MWDs.

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USAMRIID Focuses on Genome Sequencing to Detect Variants

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1/5/2023
Military medical personnel in laboratory

A connected family of laboratories across the MHS allows a more rapid response to the outbreak.

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DHA Will Serve “Anytime, Anywhere – Always,” Says New Director

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1/4/2023
U.S. Army Maj. Gen. (Dr.) Telita Crosland becomes the Defense Health Agency's fourth director at a ceremony held in Falls Church, Virginia, on Jan. 3.

The new director of the Defense Health Agency, U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Telita Crosland accepted her new role as leader of the Department of Defense’s medical agency.

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Whole Genome Sequencing at Tripler Army Medical Center

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12/29/2022
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The third installment in a 6-part series highlighting the efforts of the Military Health System laboratories and the technicians who worked to identify COVID-19 variants using special sequencing technology.

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