USU Programs Move to HJF Home Office Complex

United States

Several programs from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) have moved their administrative operations as well as labs to the HJF Home Office complex in Bethesda, Maryland. In fact, USU now has more than 17,500 square feet of laboratory space located in two buildings on Rockledge Drive.  

The following research programs have moved to their new quarters:  

  • Center for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine 
  • Center for Prostate Disease Research 
  • Infectious Disease Clinical Research Program 
  • Osseo-Integration 
  • Battlefield Shock and Organ Support  
  • The Center for Global Health Engagement 

In addition, the National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health will also shortly be relocating to Rockledge Drive.  

"The consolidation of these important USU centers at the HJF Home Office will allow for increased collaboration and interaction between the centers and with the Home Office staff," says Andrea Stahl, Ph.D., HJF’s Director of the USU portfolio. “We’re enthusiastic about the opportunity to identify and leverage synergies between the centers and to optimize the support HJF provides to their incredibly important research missions.” 

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