Fort Liberty Research Institute
Why Work with FLRI
Stay Informed, Protect Investments, Reduce Redundancies
FLRI supports innovative medical research toward optimizing military human performance, based on the needs of warfighting Commands, providing project management and continuity ensuring that tangible, functional solutions are delivered to the Warfighter. FLRI keeps Commanders informed about research efforts across their installation and across the Services helping to reduce redundant efforts, ensuring that research funds are invested wisely. The institute works to ensure that warfighting units’ validated gaps and requirements are vigorously and comprehensively addressed by the scientific community.
Army Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Stephen DeLellis, PA-C is a proven leader, mentor, researcher, and driving force in military operational medicine. With a long and decorated career spanning 36 years in uniform and more than 16 combat deployments in six conflicts, he has dedicated his career to caring for America’s elite warriors on far-forward battlefields. LTC (Ret.) DeLellis is the Executive Director of the Fort Liberty Research Institute and Senior Technical Advisor for The Geneva Foundation.
FLRI and Geneva are honored to be a founding member of the North Carolina Center for Optimizing Military Performance (NC-COMP). NC-COMP is comprised of more than 90 North Carolina-based academic, industry, nonprofit, and state government organizations, in collaboration with the DoD operational units and funding agencies, in order to deliver world-class human performance solutions to the DoD.Read More