WHAT WE DO

We are the Department of Defense's (DoD's) global multi-center, collaborative clinical research network dedicated to reducing the impact of infectious disease threats in the Military Health System and improving care of the Warfighter. With over 130 personnel working at 10 military treatment facilities worldwide, we are ready to respond whenever and wherever infectious diseases occur. We are a top resource for the DoD to readily identify and assess infectious disease risks and provide clinical evidence necessary for shaping military clinical practices and policies.

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Our Work

IDCRP brings together the Department of Defense with other government agencies, academia, and the private sector to identify and assess risks in seven research areas impacting the military community. 

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“IDCRP remains the proven model for multicenter clinical research in the Military Health System. Our accomplishments are achieved through the hard work and collaboration of military and civilian investigators,a dedicated team of research professionals across the network, and most importantly, the military service members and beneficiaries who volunteer to participate as research subjects.”

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Capt Timothy Burgess
IDCRP Director