• USU alumnus, faculty provide medical relief in Ukraine

    On May 27, 2022, a surgical team led by retired Air Force Col. (Dr.) Warren Dorlac, a Uniformed Services University alumnus and associate professor of Surgery, arrived in Lviv, Ukraine, to begin a volunteer mission supporting Ukraine’s civilian Emergency Medical Clinical Hospital.

  • The heart of patient care

    A Keesler doctor is elevating the 81st Medical Group’s health care mission and paving a trail for others along the way.

  • USU cohort study investigates COVID-19 impacts on DOD personnel

    The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences’ Infectious Disease Clinical Research Program is leading a multi-year study to identify risk factors for COVID-19 in the military population, understand the symptoms and disease course, and investigate clinical outcomes.

  • Operation Supplement Safety, an enduring program

    Operation Supplement Safety is a Department of Defense educational program under the Consortium for Health and Military Performance at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences to increase awareness within the DoD community. It provides information about how to evaluate dietary

  • Military sports medicine doctors support Olympic athletes

    Military doctors with ties to the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences sports medicine program have a history of supporting Olympic athletes - the winter games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, was no exception.

  • Five enlisted Airmen to begin medical school as AF officers

    Armed with a dream and determination, five enlisted Airmen arrived in Bethesda, Md., two years ago, to embark on a new journey. This summer, these Airmen will become commissioned officers of the Air Force Medical Service, before matriculating into the Uniformed Services University of the Health