Five CSSIMMW employees attended the 2019 Military Health System Research SymposiumComments Off on Five CSSIMMW employees attended the 2019 Military Health System Research Symposium
Five attended the 2019 Military Health System Research Symposium.
The 2019 Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS) was held from Monday, 19 Aug through Thursday, 22 Aug 2019.
The MHSRS is the Department of Defense’s premier scientific meeting. It provides a venue for presenting new scientific knowledge resulting from military-unique research and development. The MHSRS is the only military or civilian meeting that focuses specifically on the unique medical needs of the Warfighter.
The MHSRS provides a collaborative setting for the exchange of information between military providers with deployment experience, research and academic scientists, international partners, and industry on research and related health care initiatives falling under the topic areas of Combat Casualty Care, Military Operational Medicine, Clinical and Rehabilitative Medicine, Medical Simulation and Information Sciences, Military Infectious Diseases, and the Radiation Health Effects.
The MHSRS is an annual four-day educational symposium that draws approximately 2,900 attendees.
CSO, Hai Hu attended, along with the four employees who’s abstracts were presented:
Dr. Praveen-Kumar Raj-Kumar
Abstract # MHSRS-19-01828 for Updates on Military Women’s Health – Evaluation Of Laser Microdissected Primary Breast Tumors For Rna-seq Over Bulk Processing
Mr. Leonid Kvecher
Abstract # MHSRS-19-02206 for Predictive Analytics within the Military Health System – An Informatics Infrastructure Task Force For The Applied Proteogenomics Organizational Learning And Outcomes (APOLLO) Consortium As Part Of The Cancer Moonshot Program
Mr. Jianfang Liu
Abstract # MHSRS-19-00925 for Predictive Analytics within the Military Health System – Determining The Appropriate Follow-up Times For Apollo Studies From Tcga Data
Ms. Kimberly Murtha
Abstract # MHSRS-19-01722 for Predictive Analytics within the Military Health System – Contribution Of Department Of Defense Cancer Information To The Oncology Research Information Exchange Network (ORIEN) Avatar Research Program