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Dr. Thomas Discusses USUHS Contributions at MHS Research Symposium

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8/15/2016
Dr. Richard Thomas, the new president of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, spoke Monday, Aug. 15 at MHSRS 2016. In his address, he reminded everyone there are still service members deployed around the world and that "Combat has always been the greatest single catalyst to medical innovation."

Dr. Richard Thomas, the new president of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, spoke Monday, Aug. 15 at MHSRS 2016. In his address, he reminded everyone there are still service members deployed around the world and that "Combat has always been the greatest single catalyst to medical innovation."

Dr. Guice Delivers Keynote Address at the MHS Research Symposium

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8/15/2016
Dr. Karen Guice, acting assistant secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, presents the keynote address opening the 2016 Military Health System Research Symposium in Orlando, Florida. During her address, Guice unveiled the MHS Research ASD(HA) Challenge. She encouraged attendees to share their published MHS-funded research findings with her at @DrGuiceMHS.

Dr. Karen Guice, acting assistant secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, presents the keynote address opening the 2016 Military Health System Research Symposium in Orlando, Florida. During her address, Guice unveiled the MHS Research ASD(HA) Challenge. She encouraged attendees to share their published MHS-funded research findings with her at ...

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