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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.
HJF has named Dr. Merlin Robb as its Chief Medical Advisor. Robb brings more than 30 years of medical research experience to the role.
<p>HJF was named one of the 2019 Best Place to Work in the Washington Area by the Washington Business Journal. </p>
Dr. Joseph Caravalho, Jr. spoke at the 2019 Gonzaga University commencement ceremony. Dr. Caravalho is an alum of Gonzaga University, class of 1979.
Mr. Kelly McKeague is an accomplished leader and was the keynote speaker for HJF’s 9th Annual Heroes of Military Medicine Awards.
On May 9, 2019 top researchers and practitioners of military medicine will come together to honor the 2019 Heroes of Military Medicine.
HJF prides itself on being careful stewards of the resources it uses, especially those celebrated on Earth Day!
HJF, along with Uniformed Services University were awarded up to $24.5 million to advance treatments for two lethal henipaviruses.
HJF has teamed with Tracy's Kids to help provide pediatric art therapy to cancer patients at a military treatment facility
Developing Vaccines and Therapies for the Highly Pathogenic Nipah and Hendra Viruses with HJF and multiple partners.