Established in 2014, the U.S. Army Medical Research Directorate-Georgia executes its global health security mission by building scientific and medical capacity, monitoring infectious disease threats and multidrug resistant organisms, and using its laboratory facilities to support U.S. and allied forces deployed within U.S. European Command.
- Advancing bacteriophages as novel treatment strategies against multidrug resistant bacteria
- Monitoring invasive mosquito populations serving as disease vectors to help quantify the risk of transmission to Service Members and the public
- Establishing USAMRD-G within in the region by building capacity and developing local partnership
Our researchers, alongside partners in the Georgia, the United States, and around the world, publish extensively in the academic literature. Publications are available through PubMed