NDIA Conference

Medical RDA in Support of the Warfighter

Medical RDA in Support of the Warfighter

Medical RDA in Support of the Warfighter

National Defense Industrial Association’s (NDIA) Medical RDA in Support of the Warfighter Conference

19-20 April 2016

Geneva’s Regional Grants and Contracts Director Kelly Lehner and Eastern Regional Client Relationship Manager Kelli Blaize-Wise will be exhibiting at the NDIA’s Medical Research, Development and Acquisition in Support of the Warfighter Conference which is to be co-hosted by the US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC).

The Medical RDA in Support of the Warfighter is the second in a series of events. The first event took place in March 2015 and focused on USAMRMC missions, goals and objectives. This second event expands to include the medical research, development, test and evaluation (RDTE) missions across the Department of Defense (DoD), and will include perspectives from Army, Navy, Air Force and the Defense Health Agency. This event is an opportunity for science and industry representatives to learn more about the DoD RDTE missions, programs, and gap areas, and to better understand the complexities of military medicine in the complex environment within which the military operates. The DoD medical community provides world-class medical knowledge, countermeasures, and technologies to protect and sustain our service men and women throughout their military careers. There will be opportunities for representatives of industry and academia to meet with DoD officials to discuss their pertinent advances in medical research through advanced development, as well as an exhibit hall for current products. We invite you to come and participate in this unique opportunity to learn more about military medicine and to help us build a comprehensive and collaborative network.

Planned Conference Topics include:

  • Modeling and Simulation
  • Traumatic Brain Injury and Psychological Health
  • Human Performance
  • Air Evacuation
  • Global Health Engagement
  • Medical Training and Health Information Sciences

Joint perspectives on:

  • Military Infectious Diseases
  • Military Operational Medicine
  • Combat Casualty Care
  • Clinical and Rehabilitative Medicine

Geneva welcomes the opportunity to connect with those who are not yet partnering with us! Please contact Geneva to learn more about our services and opportunities for collaboration.

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