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The Naval Health Research Center has three critical research studies focusing on the health and well-being of the warfighter and their families after they have concluded their military service. These studies are constantly recruiting from a multitude of services and have their own web pages with more detailed information. 

If you are interested in learning more about the Millennium Cohort Study, the Millennium Cohort Family Study, or the Wounded Warrior Recovery Project, please see the links below that will take you outside of the current NHRC website. 

WOUNDED WARRIOR RECOVERY PROJECT

The Wounded Warrior Recovery Project (WWRP) is a 15-year, population-based study examining the long-term patient-reported outcomes among U.S. service members injured during deployment. Participants are active duty and veteran Navy, Marine Corps, Army, Air Force, Reserve, and National Guard personnel.

For more information, visit https://www.wwrecoveryproject.org

MILLENNIUM COHORT PROGRAM

The Millennium Cohort Study is the largest longitudinal study in military history. Researchers are following service members and veterans over the course of their lifetime, providing critical information that will increase understanding of the long-term health effects of military service.

For more information, visit www.millenniumcohort.org


MILLENNIUM COHORT FAMILY STUDY

Military service doesn’t just effect the warfighter. Deployments, service-related experiences, military life stress can also impact the health and well-being of family members. Our researchers investigating how military life experiences impact family members and how this dynamic plays a role in the health and readiness of service members. Learn more: www.familycohort.org

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