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    WRAIR Science

    WRAIR Science

    Audio | Walter Reed Army Institute of Research


    The official podcast of Walter Reed Army Institute of Research.


    • WRAIR Science - Why We Fight

      In the final episode of its first season, WRAIR Science examines the threat to future battlefields and hospitals if antibiotic resistance continues to grow.


    • WRAIR Science - Monsters and Mudballs

      In this episode of WRAIR Science, we look at three different methods our researchers are working on to prevent and treat antibiotic resistant infections,


    • WRAIR Science - The Library

      Walter Reed Army Institute of Research maintains a one-of-a-kind library of antibiotic resistant bacteria and data, called the Multidrug-resistant organism Repository and Surveillance Network, or MRSN. In this episode, we dive into how the MRSN was created and how it's used to help soldiers and their families.


    • WRAIR Science - The Battlefield

      How the process of getting wounded soldiers from point of injury to treatment helps prevent the growth of bacterial infections and the spread of those bacteria throughout the Military Health System. We also investigate the roots of that process in Civil War-era innovations.


    • WRAIR Science - Resistance

      Clumsy medieval Irishmen! Microscopic bouncers! Improved Death Star design! All these and more are part of episode two of WRAIR Science, in which we investigate the ways microbes cultivate bacterial resistance.


    • WRAIR Science - Sergeant Smith

      WRAIR Science season one begins with the story of "Sergeant Smith's" fight against antibiotic resistant bacteria and gives a brief update on the history and present concerns about multidrug resistant organisms.


    • WRAIR Science PROMO

      Promo for the first season of WRAIR Science, a podcast about military medical research by the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research.