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Research Institute of Environmental Medicine

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After Almost 30 Years, Bukhari's Impact Lives On

At the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command's U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, Lt. Col. Asma Bukhari is best known for her kindness, work ethic and genuine care for everyone she encounters.
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USARIEM Honors New Inductees to Order of Military Medical Merit

Thirty-two Soldiers from the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine and Natick Soldier Systems Center ruck marched four miles with 825 pounds of canned food, bagged rice and other items to A Place to Turn, an emergency food pantry based in Natick, Massachusetts, on February 23.
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USARIEM marches with over 800 pounds of canned goods for food drive

Thirty-two Soldiers from the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine and Natick Soldier Systems Center ruck marched four miles with 825 pounds of canned food, bagged rice and other items to A Place to Turn, an emergency food pantry based in Natick, Massachusetts, on February 23.
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'Can Do' Attitude Leads to Top Award for USAMRIEM's Reynoso

Following a number of key contributions to the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command, Marinaliz Reynoso with USAMRDC's U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine was honored as USAMRDC's Employee of the Quarter on December 20.
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Army scientists developing solutions to improve thermal toughness in the Arctic

For the Arctic Soldier, thermal toughness is essential for operating and training in the coldest conditions. Scientists from the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine are developing solutions to make this ability a reality.
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Research Divisions

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Biophysics & Biomedical Modeling


BBMD uses biomedical modeling to develop solutions that predict and counter environmental threats to Warfighter health and performance.

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Military Nutrition


MND's research provides the biomedical science basis for developing new rations, menus, food policies and programs that enable Warfighter health and performance.

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Military Performance


MPD conducts research to characterize, improve, and optimize Warfighter performance of military tasks and missions to prevent or mitigate performance decrements due to military-relevant threats, including injuries, physical overload, occupational stressors, and exposures.

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Thermal and Mountain Medicine


TMMD conducts research to optimize physical and cognitive performance and prevent illness associated with military operations at environmental extremes, such as heat, cold, high terrestrial altitude, and subterranean.

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USARIEM at a Glance

USARIEM conducts its mission by leveraging its unique capabilities, facilities and global partnerships with industry, academia and the government.
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Last Modified Date: 2/2/2022