CNRM Operational Research

Operational Research

The Operational Research Division focuses on optimizing Warfighter brain health in operational environments, including both training settings and the battlefield. Efforts of this Division encompass two primary initiatives: Monitoring Blast Exposures and Environmental Overpressure Events, and Prolonged Field Care. These initiatives explore field-based brain health concerns such as blast overpressure exposures, impact/acceleration events, and the development of countermeasures for severe brain injuries such as subdural hemorrhage. With the wellbeing of the Warfighter as top priority, these efforts will provide solutions to improve Warfighter brain health.

Please click on the menu to the left for more information about the initiatives under Monitoring Blast Exposures and Environmental Overpressure Events and Prolonged Field Care. Please send inquiries for additional information about the Operational Research Division to operational_research@usuhs.edu.