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From bench to bedside, CWI improves outcomes for the wounded.

Diagnostics and Translational Research Center

The DTRC is the "bench" in CWI's bench-to-bedside arc.

Formerly the the AFIP's Wound Biology and Translational Research Division, the DTRC now acts as CWI's diagnostics lab, focusing on identifying cutting edge diagnostic technologies.

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News

Commencing in April 2013, a Wound Fellow from the University of Illinois-Chicago will spend a month on the Surgery service at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. This collaborative effort originated with Dr. Bill Ennis, the Director of Wound Care at the University of Illinois-Chicago and COL Alexander Stojadinovic.
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Celebrating its 7th year since its founding in 2006, the Combat Wound Initiative Program hosted its 5th annual Scientific Advisory Board meeting on 28FEB2013 in the historic Henry 'Scoop' Jackson Room at the HJF headquarters in Bethesda, MD. Along with the announcement of COL Peter J. Weina as the incoming Director on 01MAY2013, the scientific session was superb and highlighted by a presentation on the future of antibiotics by 1989 Nobel Prize laureate Professor Sidney Altman.
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At the annual CWI Scientific Board meeting on 28FEB2013 in the Henry M. Jackson Room at HJF Headquarters, COL Alexander Stojadinovic introduced COL Pete Weina as the incoming CWI Director. COL Stojadinovic has served as the CWI Director since its inception in 2006. COL Weina is currently Deputy Director of the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research and will take over the reins of the CWI on May 1, 2013.
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For Patients

CWI is committed to improving the recovery of wounded soldiers.

If you're wounded, or providing care for someone who is, we hope these guides will help you to create the best conditions for recuperating.

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