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Drive medical innovation through requirements-driven development of knowledge & material solutions for the acute & early management of combat related trauma including point of injury, en-route & facility-based care.


Brain Injury Awareness and CCCRP's State of Technology Meeting


On Stage Fireside Chat State of Technology Event

From left to right: Dr. Kasey Moritz (CCCRP), Lonie Paxton, Koby Stevens, Pete Scobell, Kevin Pearce, and Janelle Hurwitz (BARDA).(Photo credit: Hayley Rogers, CCCRP).

In honor of the recent Brain Injury Awareness Month in March, the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command's Combat Casualty Care Research Program is highlighting a significant achievement within its Neurotrauma Portfolio.

Principally striving to "close military-relevant gaps in combat-related traumatic brain injury from the battlefield through acute hospitalization," the Neurotrauma Portfolio is determined to meaningfully advance the TBI space with both knowledge and materiel solutions. Supplementary efforts include the refinement of clinical practice guidelines, the establishment of individualized approaches to casualty management and the oversight of active clinical trials testing several therapeutics for the acute treatment of TBIs, as well as studies developing technologies to noninvasively diagnose, assess and monitor TBI casualties in the far-forward environment.​​

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