Find out how we accelerated progress with our partners in 2019.
HIV Vaccine Trial Marks 10 years of Progress
HJF partners with the Uniformed Services University to advance military medicine.
The Department of Surgery at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center began aggregating five centers and programs.
DPAA in fiscal year 2019 accounted for 218 formerly missing persons from past conflicts, which is the highest yearly total reached by the agency or its predecessor organizations.
In collaboration with Naval Medical Center San Diego and Google Health, HJF helped develop two groundbreaking artificial intelligence (AI) models for detecting and diagnosing cancer.
Battlefield SOS at USU-Surgery focuses on integrated, inter-departmental research efforts on novel approaches and technologies.
The Department of Laboratory Diagnostics and Monitoring plays a critical role in helping the Department of Defense in its efforts to control HIV infection and transmission within the U.S. military.
In September, HJF Medical Research International, Inc. (HJFMRI) celebrated the official opening of its new office in Kisumu, Kenya.
In 2019, the Uniformed Services University’s Council of Center Director’s completed an 18-month study to create efficiency among the school’s various Centers.
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