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Rapid blood loss, or hemorrhaging, can be fatal. HJF's supported program, NCDMPH helped FedEx train and protect their employees.
HJF’s team of experts is ready to assist Department of Defense investigators.
This groundbreaking medical procedure possible was supported by HJF through our partnership with the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.
Nicholas Giordano, PhD, RN, is an HJF employee and he recently received a Fulbright Postdoctoral Scholarship.
E-cigarette use has been increasing in the U.S. among adolescents and young adults. This is the age of the primary recruiting pool for the military.
Second Lady Karen Pence observed military children with cancer participate in an art therapy session at the new Tracy’s Kids Art Therapy Program.
<p>The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc. (HJF) was awarded $7 million to support the work of Michael J. Roy, M.D., M.P.H., at the Uniformed Services University of...</p>
In partnership with HJF, Leonardo DRS is sponsoring a “Stick It to Breast Cancer” fundraiser at the AUSA trade show!
Remedy Simulation Group recently announced the availability of PaperCut Trauma Temporary Tattoos for public use in trauma care training!
Researchers state that these findings have implications for estimating cardiovascular risk among patients and determining who might benefit from interventions.
The Tissue Data Acquisition Protocol collects clinical and biomarker data and has recently reached a major milestone, enrolling its 1,000th patient.
The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc. (HJF) recently started a new Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program.
The Research Accelerating Military Pediatrics program is a five-year cooperative agreement with HJF.
HJF welcomed 5 programs to a facility that also houses HJF’s home office.
The grants will support collaborative multidisciplinary research on multiple sexually transmitted infections (STIs). HJF is excited to support this research.