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Researchers will present findings at Military Health System Research Symposium

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8/15/2018
The theme of this year’s meeting is “Medical Innovation for Warfighter Readiness.”

As the DoD’s premier scientific meeting, MHSRS helps to facilitate the exchange of information between almost 3,000 attendees

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MHSRS 2018 | Research and Innovation

The development of a nanofibrous scaffold for the recruitment of fibroblast during wound healing

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8/30/2017
Photo By Katherine Berland | Dr. Tony Yuan from Naval Medical Research Unit - San Antonio presented a poster on the development of a nanofibrous fibrinogen-chitosan scaffold for the recruitment of fibroblasts during wound healing at the Military Health Systems Research Symposium, Kissimmee, Florida, August 29. (U.S. Navy Photo/Released/Katie Berland)

A researcher from the Naval Medical Research Unit – San Antonio shared findings on the fabrication and characterization of a novel nanofibrous scaffold that could potentially improve wound healing by enhancing wound closure, promoting hemostasis, and acting as a temporary physical barrier against debris and microbial pathogens during the Military Health System Research Symposium

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Research and Innovation

NMRC presents research on recovery from mild TBI following uncomplicated mounted and dismounted IED blast at MHSRS

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8/29/2017
Photo By Katherine Berland | Dr. Anna Tschiffely shared findings on the effects of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) on service members during the first 30 days following an improvised explosive device (IED) blast during the Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS) August 28 (U.S. Navy Photo/Katie Berland/Released)

A researcher from the Naval Medical Research Center shared findings on the effects of mild traumatic brain injury on service members during the first 30 days following an improvised explosive device blast

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Traumatic Brain Injury | Research and Innovation

Millennium cohort study researchers investigate risk factors for new-onset asthma

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8/28/2017
Title graphic from NHRC Public Affairs

Researchers for the Millennium Cohort Study, which is led by the Naval Health Research Center, discussed recent findings about new-onset asthma rates among U.S. military personnel during a breakout session at the Military Health System Research Symposium, Aug. 27

NSMRL researcher presents findings on circadian rhythms at MHSRS

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8/28/2017
Photo By Katherine Berland | Dr. Sarah, Warfighter Performance Directorate, Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory in Groton, Connecticut speaks to a Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS) attendee, August 28, Kissimmee, Florida. (U.S. Navy Photo/Katie Berland/Released)

Circadian rhythms are a biological 24-hour clock that cycles between sleepiness and alertness at regular intervals and tracks physical, mental and behavioral changes responding primarily to light and darkness in an environment

NMRC researchers present research on aeromedical evacuation of combat casualties at MHSRS

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8/28/2017
Photo By Katherine Berland | Naval Medical Research Center researchers presented a poster on aeromedical evacuation of combat casualties at the Military Health System Research Symposium, August 28, Kissimmee, Florida. Pictured from left to right, Dr. Richard McCarron, Department Head, Neurotrauma Department, Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC), Dr. Anke Scultetus, Senior Scientist, NMRC and United States Air Force Col. Debra Malone. (U.S. Navy Photo/Released/Katie Berland)

Researchers from the Naval Medical Research Center shared findings on the effects of hypobaria during aeromedical evacuation on systemic and neurologic physiology in a laboratory model of traumatic brain injury and hemorrhagic shock during the Military Health System Research Symposium, August 27 – 30.

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