MHRF is involved in all facets of research and development related to protecting our nation's warriors. Additionally, we manage projects for research grants to study the effects of various threats to soldiers in a particular area. Novel developments and ground-breaking discoveries occur each and every day. MHRF works very diligently to stay abreast of such dynamic advances and has spent the last decade forming strategic relationships with investigators across multiple communities who are studying health-related concerns. This has allowed for the development of a broad portfolio of interests, yet the desire is to continue to expand this portfolio. Below are some of our current research initiatives.
Advanced Development & Commercialization of the Cardiovascular Sonospectrographic Analyzer (CSA) – now known as the Coronary Artery Disease Detector (CAD-det) System.
MHRF will partner with the developers of a disposable medical device that eliminates many of the problems with the traditional diagnosis and emergent treatment of TP.
The MHRF is supporting a second advanced development strategy to control hemorrhage and resuscitate the injured warfighter.Solicitation Application
The MHRF is partnering with researchers from the 60th Clinical Investigation Program (CIP) at Travis AFB, the University of California ...
The MHRF is partnering with the 60th Clinical Investigation Program (CIP) at Travis AFB to design and develop new endovascular variable aortic control (EVAC) devices.