2016 Call for Abstracts

The 2016 MHSRS Call for Abstracts is closed. Notifications to submitters will be emailed by mid June.

Last year's symposium topped all previous attendance records, and set the bench mark for scientific excellence. The 2016 meeting promises to meet, and surpass, these high standards! The 2016 MHSRS will offer more simultaneous sessions and include new breakout session topics such as Precision Medicine and Women's Health. Due to the popularity of 2015's tract offering, tract presentations in 2016 will be offered in the areas of Infectious Disease, Neurotrauma / Traumatic Brain Injury, Psychological Health, and Injury Prevention.

2016 Research Topics: click here

View your abstract(s): click here

Announcements

The 2016 MHSRS has been approved
by the Assistant Secretary of Defense
for Health Affairs.
Meeting registration will not be available
until the June-July timeframe.

Click on RESOURCES to get a copy of the official approval letter. Additional information will be posted here as soon as it is available

You MUST be registered with the MHSRS Website in order to access the symposium portal. Logging onto the symposium portal enables access the 2016 MHSRS agenda and scientific abstracts (when available), provides the ability to register for the symposium when the site opens, and allows viewing of past MHSRS/ATACCC artifacts. If you do not have an account, click here to register.

For questions click here to Contact Us

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The 2016 MHSRS Call for Awards
2 May to 30 June 2016

Recognize your outstanding researchers!
Click here for the 2016 awards categories, criteria, and submission forms!

What's New at the 2016 MHSRS?

This year's MHSRS expands to 44 abstract driven scientific breakout sessions that includes 4 tract sessions (Infectious Disease, Traumatic Brain Injury, Psychological Health, and Injury Prevention) and new sessions featuring Precision Medicine and Women's Health. In addition, in response to the record setting attendance in 2015, the 2016 MHSRS is targeting a larger venue with the goal of accommodating all attendees in the same hotel.

MHSRS Archives (2009 through 2015) click here.

For past MHSRS CME Credit info: click here.


2015 MHSRS Award Winners

2015 Young Investigator 1st Place Award Winner 2015 Young Investigator 3rd Place Award Winner 2015 Individual Military Award Winner 2015 Team Award.jpg Poster Session 2 1st Place Award Distinguished Service Award Best In Show Poster Award

Journal of Military Medicine

Military Medicine Journal

SHOCK

Journal of Trauma

Trauma Journal

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