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2022 Military Supplement for The Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery

This publication, in its 16th year of this publication, highlights invaluable military-civilian partnerships in trauma care, combat-relevant trauma research, and innovations relevant to trauma readiness. This platform represents a prime forum in which to transmit the findings of your DoD-supported research to an international audience of military and civilian experts. The firm deadline for submission will be 1 February 2022. Address any questions to usarmy.detrick.medcom-usamrmc.mbx.mhsrs-info@mail.mil.

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2021 MHSRS Award Winners

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  • Distinguished Service
     
    David Tribble, M.D., DrPH
    Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
    Bethesda, Maryland
  • Distinguished Service
     
    Patricia A. Deuster, Ph.D., MPH, FACS
    Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
    Bethesda, Maryland
  • Outstanding Research Accomplishment/Individual/SARS-C0V-2
    Laura E. Lamb, Ph.D.
    Beaumont Health
    Royal Oak, Michigan
  • Outstanding Research Accomplishment/Individual/Academia/Industry

    Christopher Conoboy, Ph.D
    University of Pittsburgh
    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Outstanding Research Accomplishment/Individual/Military
    LT Chad G. Peltier, USN
    Naval Medical Submarine Research Laboratory, New London Submarine Base
    Groton, Connecticut
  • Outstanding Research Accomplishment/Team/Academia/Industry
    Concussion Assessment Research and Education Consortium Team
    Indiana University School of Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, University of Michigan, Uniformed Services of the Health Sciences
    Thomas W. McAllister, M.D.
    Team Lead
  • Outstanding Research Accomplishment/Team/SARS-CoV-2
    Operational Infectious Diseases Laboratory Team
    Naval Health Research Center, San Diego, California
    Christopher A. Myers, Ph.D.
    Team Lead
  • Outstanding Research Accomplishment/Team/SARS-CoV-2
     
    COVID-19 Health Action Response for Marines Team
    Naval Medical Research Center, Silver Spring, Maryland
    CDR Andrew G. Letzia, USN
    Team Lead
  • Outstanding Research Accomplishment/Team/Military
     
    The Epidemiology, Immunology and Clinical Characteristics of Emerging Infectious Diseases with Pandemic Potential COVID-19 Cohort Team
    Uniformed Services University Infectious Disease Clinical Research Program
    Team Lead
  • Outstanding Research Accomplishment/Team/Military
     
    Green-X Research Team
    Naval Medical Research Unit - Dayton
    Michael D. Reddix, CDR(ret), USN, Ph.D.
    Team Lead
  • Outstanding Research Accomplishment/Team/SARS-CoV-2
     
    Integrated Platform for Clinical Assessment and Monitoring Research Team
    Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
    Douglas S. Brungart, Ph.D.
    Team Lead

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