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    9/11: Why Four USU Graduates Ran Towards Disaster

    09.11.2021 | Story by Sharon Holland
    Uniformed Services University alumni, faculty, staff and students were among the first responders in the aftermath of the attacks on America on September 11, 2001 -- at the Pentagon, World Trade Center, Shanksville, Pa., local Washington, DC-area military hospitals and clinics, with the U.S. Park Police, Armed Forces Medical Examiner’s office and at many other sites. Their extensive training and experience enabled them to react and mobilize...

    20 Years Later: How 9/11 Shaped ‘Disaster Psychiatry’

    09.10.2021 | Story by Sarah Marshall
    Two decades ago, Sept. 11th changed our world. Among the many lasting impacts of that tragic day, mental health providers and researchers broadened their perspective on psychiatric issues related to disasters, galvanizing the practice of disaster psychiatry like never before.

    World Renowned Martial Artist Pursues Career as...

    09.07.2021 | Story by Vivian Mason
    Watching world-ranked Army 2nd Lt. Jackson Rudolph performing his show-stopping “bo staff” routine is nothing short of dazzling. His lightning speed, powerful strikes, spectacular hand work, precision spins, and that searing intensity in his eyes are all reasons why his performances attract international attention. Rudolph’s precision and meticulous training serve him in even greater ways as he works to become a physician through the...

    Uniformed Services University Medical Students Earn...

    08.26.2021 | Story by Sarah Marshall
    Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) medical students recently had an opportunity to complete some of the military’s most challenging training, and they jumped for it -- literally -- earning themselves the coveted “jump wings” and the distinguished Air Assault badge.

    AFRRI Marks 60 Years as Unique National Asset

    08.25.2021 | Story by Dillon Parker
    The Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI), celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2021, is responsible for advising and assisting commanders in preserving and protecting the health and performance of U.S. military personnel operating in radiologically contaminated battle spaces and urban environments. Through research, education, and operational training, AFRRI advances the understanding of the effects of ionizing radiation and...

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