A representative from the Wounded Warrior Project speaks with an audience at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. - Deven Schei, a veteran and spokesperson for the Wounded Warrior Project, met with personnel from Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in observance of National Disability Employment Awareness Month. (U.S. Army photo by Mike Walters/released)

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Soldier talks with visitors during a presentation. - Maj. Trevor R. Wellington (left) serves with the 1st Area Medical Laboratory and Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. During the Infectious Disease Week conference in Washington, he presented a study that provides greater insight into the role of prenatal Zika virus screening and highlights the burden of mosquito-borne viruses on the Military Health System. Courtesy photo.

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meeting - (From left to right ) Lt. Col. Cynthia Tucker, One Health Branch, deputy director at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) , Lt. Col. Sharon Daye, One Health Branch, director, Dr. Pierre Comizzol, Research biologist and staff scientist at Smithsonian Institute, Dr. Mardi Jett, the Chief Dept Molecular Pathology at WRAIR, Col. Chad Koenig, Commander at WRAIR, Dr. Kirk Johnson, Sant Director at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. Col. Scott Williams, Center of Military Psychiatry and Neuroscience Research, director, Col. Brian Johnson, Associate Science Officer, Dr. Yvvone Linton Walter Reed Biosystematics Unit(WRBU), science director, Dr. Nelson Michael, Center for Infectious Disease Research meet at the Museum Support Center(MSC), September 6, 2022. Key leaders had a group discussion about future ways to collaborate. ( U.S. Army photo by Tyra Breaux/Released)

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Members take part in 9/11 event - Members, families and friends participated a 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb event at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research to honor first responders, September 11, 2022. The event is meant to pay tribute to a FDNY firefighter by climbing or walking the equivalent of the 110 stories of the World Trade Center. Participants had the option to go the full distance solo, split the stairs amongst a team, or participate virtually. (U.S. Army photo by Lee Osberry/Released)

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meeting - Malaria microscopy training in Nigeria. WRAIR’s partners in Nigeria developed a resource that provides standard, validated slide sets for use in malaria trainings and in healthcare facilities. (Courtesy photo)

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