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Events   2013 — Military Radiobiology Research in the 21st Century: Threats, Triage and Treatment
2010–2012 — AFRRI 50th Anniversary Symposia
                   •  Depleted Uranium (Nov 2010)
                   •  Biodosimetry (Apr 2011)
                   •  Radioinformatics (May 2011)
                   •  Radiation Countermeasures (Jun 2011)
                   •  Military Medical Operations (Mar 2012)
                   •  Radiation Combined Injury (Apr 2012)
2008 — Workshop: Partial-Body Radiation Diagnostic Biomarkers and Medical Management of Radiation Injury
2005 — NATO HFM/RTG 033 Meeting: Radiation Bioeffects and Countermeasures
 
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News Archives   New handbook guides medical decisions in a radiological emergency | DHS medical experts visit AFRRI | Ceremony welcomes new AFRRI director (2010) | Unprecedented growth marks AFRRI director's tenure | NRC Commissioner tours AFRRI | Special assignment: The Vancouver Olympics | American Nuclear Society unveils historic-landmark plaque | Historic landmark plaque to be installed at defense lab | Iraqi researchers tour AFRRI | AFRRI receives historic award from American Nuclear Society | AFRRI awarded nuclear historic landmark status | AFRRI leaders, other research reactor experts convene at annual conference | Research pioneer touched lives, influenced the future of radiation science | Scientists deliberate on diagnostics for partial-body irradiation | New software to aid treatment decisions during radiation exposure incidents | Ceremony marks change of director at AFRRI (2006) | FDA clears 5-AED for human clinical studies | New collaboration will develop radiation countermeasures | Training for the unthinkable | EPA awards AFRRI scientists with highest honor | DoD commends AFRRI for response to terrorism | Ceremony welcomes new AFRRI director (2003) | Second Edition of Handbook published | Peer review validates AFRRI research measuring radioprotection | MEIR course available on handy card-size disc | AFRRI launches software for radiation-casualty management | Chernobyl liquidators' teeth may link radiation dose and disease | Russian scientists take different path in search for radioprotectors | New films document radiation contamination in Russia | Individual exposure takes heat in radiation study
 
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