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Frederick company to expand on Fort Detrick fish biomonitoring system

 

Key Program Features

Conducting toxicogenomic research to develop surveillance tools and countermeasures to adverse health effects of Service members that were exposed to hazardous environmental chemicals and materials. Utilizing organisms or biological responses to reveals the presence of pollutants by the occurrence of typical symptoms or measurable responses.

 

USACEHR Products

Our Mission

Develop surveillance capabilities to detect, assess, and prevent health effects from adverse environmental, physiological, and psychological exposures.


Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Prevention

Fort Detrick 24/7 Emergency Hotline

(240) 674-2802

SHARP Office: 243 Beasley St., Room 104

Office Number: 301-619-7387


DOD SAFE HELPLINE

1 (877) 955-5247