AMSUS advances the knowledge of federal healthcare and increases the effectiveness and efficiency of its membership by mutual association and by the consideration of matters pertaining to constituent services both in peace and war.
The Borden Institute was established in 1987 at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC, to foster and promote excellence in military academic medicine through the development and publication of military medical scholarship.
through a competitive, two-tier application review process to target innovative research approaches, encourage high-impact research, integrate consumer participation at each level, and support unique goals of each program.
MOMRP manages an extensive portfolio of research aimed at developing effective countermeasures against stressors to maximize health, performance and well-being throughout the Deployment Cycle. The broad program is organized into four program areas: Injury Prevention and Reduction, Psychological Health and Resilience, Physiological Health, and Environmental Health and Protection.
ARI's Science and Technology (S&T) research is focused on developing innovative measures and methods to improve and enhance the Soldier life cycle, conducting scientific assessments and providing behavioral and social science advice to inform human resource policies, and developing fundamental theories and investigating new domain areas in behavioral and social sciences with high potential impact on Army issues.
The National Center for PTSD is a VA Center made up of seven divisions across the country that provide expertise on all types of trauma. It is also a center for research and education on the prevention, understanding, and treatment of PTSD.
The WRAIR aims to conduct biomedical research that is responsive to Department of Defense and US Army requirements and delivers life saving products including knowledge, technology and medical material that sustain the combat effectiveness of the Warfighter.
HJF is a global organization dedicated to advancing military medical research. We serve military, medical, academic and government clients by administering, managing and supporting preeminent scientific programs that benefit members of the armed forces and civilians alike. The not-for-profit Foundation is authorized by Congress to support research at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) and throughout military medicine.
The Green Zone is an initiative to support student veterans by identifying faculty and staff volunteers throughout the university who have received special training and are knowledgeable about student veterans issues and resources.