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In November USO San Diego | Camp Pendleton handed out the HJF MilKid Kits, jumpstarting discovery and experimentation for 200 future scientists.
HJF hosted a Leadership Roundtable with leaders from the private and military medical research communities.
HJF would like to remind everyone to stay safe this winter and encourages all who are able, to get a booster shot.
Andrea Lindsey, an HJF employee supporting the Consortium for Health and Military Performance (CHAMP) was asked about supplements.
HJF is supporting a study to expand specialized care across the military health system for military dependents.
HJF is proud to support the NCAA and DoD efforts to research concussion and head impact exposure.
This component of Creative Forces is managed in partnership with the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine (HJF), Inc.
The Defense Health Agency published a story highlighting advancements of military medicine has made since 9/11. Many of these were supported by HJF.
CAPT Jonathan Forsberg, M.D., Ph.D., is leading a new study to investigate the use of next-generation osseointegrated devices.
HJF received one million dollars to fund a study investigating 4-aminopyrydine (4-AP) as a TBI treatment.
In research presented virtually at IDWeek 2021, investigators found that cardiovascular disease (CVD) diagnoses, in particular, remained elevated for 3 months.
HJF donated military first aid kits to the San Antonio and Austin police departments.
September is Prostate Disease Awareness Month.
Meet the two recipients of the 2021 HJF fellowship award.
HJF was awarded a contract for overseas support activities for U.S. Army Medical Research Directorate-Africa.