Naval Medical Research Center
The Naval Medical Research Center provides basic and applied biomedical research to meet the Navy’s medical needs. Its areas of focus include infectious diseases; biological warfare detection and defense; combat casualty care; environment health concerns; bone marrow research and registry; aerospace and undersea medicine; medical modeling; simulation and operational mission support; and epidemiology and behavioral sciences.
Improved bacteriophage harvesting and identification
Improved methods of growing phages yielding diverse activity
Diagnostic breath markers for detection of pulmonary oxygen...
Novel VOCs reduce mortality and hospital stays
Improved dengue vaccine formulation
Combination treatment of a dengue vaccine formulation with a recombinant protein provides enhanced immunity against dengue virus antigens
Anti-fungal pharmaceutical compounds
Four naturally occurring peptides have been found to have heightened activity against a wide array of infectious species of fungi
Ligament fixation screw
Anchor, screw, and barbed washer design provides superior attachment of ligaments in reconstruction surgeries
User adjustable prosthetic ankle
Allows leg prostheses to readily accommodate footwear with differing heel heights
Magnetic pest control method and device
An environmentally friendly magnetic trap that can capture and immobilize insect and small rodent pests