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I am Navy Medicine: Lt. Rusty English

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By Lt. M. Rustin English, MSC I remember it well; the image of the second plane hitting the World Trade Center forever changed my outlook on the world.  I had just started my first semester in Mercer’s Stetson School of Business after spending my first year Pre-med – I had realized that our medical capability had […]

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Longtime Navy Medicine Historian Receives Prestigous Forrest Pogue Award

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By André Sobocinski, Historian, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) Oral histories are basic tools used to capture first-hand accounts and memories of particular events, time periods, as well as personal and career experiences. For the last thirty years, Bureau of Medicine (BUMED) has operated an active oral history program designed to document Navy Medicine’s […]

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Navy Medicine Researcher Studies Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

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By Lt. Jacob Norris Editors Note: Lt. Jacob Norris, research psychologist, is leading a study on mild traumatic brain injury at the Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC). NMRC is focused on understanding traumatic brain injury on all levels and time points; from the basic physiology to the potential impact traumatic brain injury (TBI) may have on […]

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NAMRU-3 Cairo’s Virology Program : Monitoring and studying disease threats in CENTCOM and AFRICOM Part 2

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 By Lt. Cmdr. Gabriel Defang As I promised in my last blog I’m going to tell you more about our virology program activities and about another fairly new virus we’ve been working on. You may have heard of this novel virus, it is called MERS-CoV; which stands for “Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus” (quite a […]

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I am Navy Medicine: Hospitalman Dominique Chesley

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By Hospitalman Dominique Chesley I’m a native of Wichita Falls, Texas and currently lead GYN surgical technologist in the main operating room (MOR) at Naval Hospital Bremerton (NHB). After graduating from Hirschi High School in 2012, I wanted to get out of the small town I lived in and interested in Navy Medicine’s behavioral health tech […]

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