Army Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center at Fort Detrick, Maryland, is the program office for CeBMR. The new center has already established partnerships with the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research, the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute for Chemical Defense , and Picatinny Arsenal.. The CeBMR is unique among organizations in the field because of his speed network of academic, military and industry leaders to the introduction of biomaterial military requirements. Meet the military requirements. This center adopts a market focus strategy of applied research, product development and commercialization of prototype products include leveraged from industry and academia.
One of the first technology platforms that support CeBMR a sprayable dressing designed to enable soldiers to treat their own little gunshot wounds, burns, abrasions or cuts, so that they three-day three-day mission , and quickly return to duty. The sprayable dressing technology will be relieve pain, relieve pain, alleviate bleeding and reduce infection. Biocure, Norcross, Georgia developed this technology.Patients with of moderate to severe apnea much higher significantly higher serum levels of of inflammatory supervise to care for a precursor of coronary artery disease and lesions with quiet cerebral infarct, at increased risk of a stroke, accordance with a group of Japanese doctors.