XingGuo Cheng, Ph.D., a senior research scientist in SwRI’s Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Division
Col. (Dr.) Robert G. Hale of USAISR
Robert J. Christy, Ph.D., of USAISR
Joseph C. Salamone, Ph.D., of Rochal Industries, a member of the National Academy of Engineering – Bioengineering
Capt. Gerald T. Grant, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Bethesda
Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) will develop new technologies to treat facial injuries as part of the Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine (AFIRM) II, known collectively as the Warrior Restoration Consortium.
The $75 million, five-year AFIRM II consortium led by Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine focuses on improved technologies to treat soldiers injured on the battlefield and to advance medical care for the public. It comprises more than 30 academic and industry institutions applying regenerative medicine for injuries to specific areas of the body.