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Military Health and Biosecurity

Military Health and Biosecurity

Military Health

 

UT Health Science Center San Antonio Inaugurates New Military Health Institute
The mission of the Health Science Center’s Military Health Institute is to improve the health of our nation’s military service members, veterans and their families through collaborative education, research and clinical care.


 


A multidisciplinary and multi-institutional research consortium funded by the DOD and Veterans Affairs (VA) to develop and evaluate the most effective early interventions possible for the detection, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of combat-related posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and related conditions in active-duty military personnel and recently discharged veterans.



Warrior initiatives at the Center for BrainHealth and Brain Performance Institute aim to arm veteran and active duty service members with the necessary tools to achieve successful, enriching and fulfilling personal and professional lives by proactively optimizing brain performance, building resilience in cognitive brain function, and reversing losses in cognitive capacity.

  • Military Service Members and the Brain

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS)

  • Strategic Memory Advanced Reasoning Training (SMART)

  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

RESEARCH AREAS:

  • Cancer

  • Neurological

  • Brain Health

  • PTSD/TBI

  • Chronic Development

  • Transplant

  • Implant

  • Advanced Imaging

  • Genomics 

 

 

       

 RESOURCES:

 

Bio-security

Research Areas:

  • Bio containment training (Global)

  • Antibody Therapeutics and Manipulation 

  • Micro path of Bacterial Pathogens and Fugal

  • Vaccine Development

  • Infectious genomics

  • BSL 3-4 and animal Labs 

  • Bilingual, Biosecurity for infectious virus analysis

  • Rapid  Field Assessment in Operations/Accident/Triage Environments

  • Biological and Digital Threat Surveillance and Assessment 

 

 

 

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