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Washington, D.C. (June 11, 2024) – Derek Schwaller and Dr. Stephanie Karch of Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory; Dr. Michael Riddix, of Naval Medical Research Unit Dayton; and Capt. Franca Jones, commander of Naval Medical Research Command (NMRC) pose for a photo following the presentation of the annual Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Research, Development and Acquisition Dr. Delores M. Etter Top Scientists and Engineers Awards. The Naval Medical Research and Development enterprise’s eight commands, led by NMRC, are engaged in a broad spectrum of activity from basic science in the laboratory to field studies at sites in austere and remote areas of the world to operational environments. In support of the Navy, Marine Corps and joint U.S. warfighters, researchers study infectious diseases, biological warfare detection and defense, combat casualty care, environmental health concerns, aerospace and undersea medicine, medical modeling, simulation and operational mission support, epidemiology and behavioral sciences. (U.S. Navy photo by Tommy Lamkin/released)
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Jun 12, 2024
District of Columbia - Washington, D.C. (June 11, 2024) – Derek Schwaller and Dr. Stephanie Karch of Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory; Dr. Michael Riddix, of Naval Medical Research Unit Dayton; and Capt. Franca Jones, commander of Naval Medical Research Command (NMRC) pose for a photo following the presentation of the annual Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Research, Development and Acquisition Dr. Delores M. Etter Top Scientists and Engineers Awards. The Naval Medical Research and Development enterprise’s eight commands, led by NMRC, are engaged in a broad spectrum of activity from basic science in the laboratory to field studies at sites in austere and remote areas of the world to operational environments. In support of the Navy, Marine Corps and joint U.S. warfighters, researchers study infectious diseases, biological warfare detection and defense, combat casualty care, environmental health concerns, aerospace and undersea medicine, medical modeling, simulation and operational mission support, epidemiology and behavioral sciences. (U.S. Navy photo by Tommy Lamkin/released)


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