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*NEW LOCATION* Warner Center for Advance Military Studies

2044 Broadway Street

Quantico, VA 22134

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*NEW LOCATION*

Co-hosted by the Deputy Commandant, Installations and Logistics, the Surgeon General of the Navy, and the Medical Officer of the Marine Corps, this informational event will cover the lessons learned in Navy and Joint Medicine from Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and from Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF). In addition, we will discuss promising new technology that will address how we treat and move casualties in a future-distributed operational environment to extend the “Golden Hour”.

Dress Code: Military - Appropriate Uniform of the Day / Civilians - Business Casual

AGENDA

Day 1 - WEDNESDAY, 14 FEBRUARY

0800 – 0900 REGISTRATION CHECK-IN / EXHIBIT VISITS, Lobby Coffee Sponsored by MD5

0900 – 0930 WELCOME REMARKS, Auditorium

Speakers

Patrick N. Kelleher

Director, Logistics Innovation/Deputy, Logistics Vision and Strategy

RADM Bruce Gillingham

Deputy Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Readiness & Health

0930 – 1000 SETTING THE GLOBE, Auditorium

Speakers

RADM Colin Chinn

Joint Staff Surgeon

1000 – 1045 OPENING KEYNOTE, Auditorium

From Vietnam to the present, a look at the needs of the future battlefield

Keynote Speaker

Gus Kappler, MD, FACS

Army Surgeon in Vietnam, Author of Welcome Home From Vietnam, and Finally: A Vietnam Trauma Surgeon’s Memoir

1045 - 1145 PROVIDER PANEL, Auditorium

A discussion on medical challenges and lessons learned from Vietnam to Iraq and Afghanistan

Panelists

CAPT James Hancock (CO Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune)

CDR Samantha Grillo (Orthopaedic Surgeon)

Moderator

CAPT Vincent DeCicco, HQMC Health Services

CDR Thomas Shu (ERC/Registered Nurse)

Richard Jadick, D.O. (OIF Battalion Surgeon)

1145 - 1300 LUNCH (ON YOUR OWN) / EXHIBIT VISITS, Lobby

1300 - 1400 PLANS / LOGISTICS PANEL, Auditorium

A discussion on medical challenges and lessons learned from previous wars

Panelists

CDR Steven Bailey (Medical Planner)

CDR Ronnie McGillvery (Medical Planner)

LCDR Darren Pierce (Medical Logistician)

LCDR Olesegun Olabode (Medical Logistician)

Moderator

CAPT Edward Sullivan, HQMC Health Services

1400 - 1430 BREAK / EXHIBIT VISITS, Lobby

1430 - 1530 CORPSMAN PANEL, Auditorium

A discussion on medical challenges and lessons learned from previous wars

Panelists

CMDCM Jody Fletcher (IDC)

HMCM Charles Padilla (8404)

HMC Christopher Marsh (8404/Purple Heart Recipient)

HM2 Randy Ferrer (8404)

Moderator

HMCS Anthony Gourley, HQMC Health Services

1530 - 1730 NO HOST SOCIAL / EXHIBIT VISITS, Lobby Sponsored by MD5

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Day 2 - THURSDAY 15 FEBRUARY

0800 - 0900 REGISTRATION CHECK-IN / EXHIBIT VISITS, Lobby Coffee Sponsored by MD5

0900 - 1000 OPENING KEYNOTE, Auditorium

How Additive Manufacturing Will Disrupt Medicine as We Know It

Keynote Speaker

Mr. John Hornick

Esq, IP Lawyer and Author of 3D Printing Will Rock the World

1000 - 1030 BREAK / EXHIBIT VISITS, Lobby

1030 - 1130 FUTURE OF BATTLEFIELD CARE PANEL, Auditorium

A discussion on emerging medical technologies that will transform Battlefield Care

Panelists

CAPT James Hancock (CO Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune)

CAPT David Whittaker (BUMED Futurist)

Dr. Ron Poropatich (Executive Director, Center for Military Medicine Research, Health Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh)

Moderator

Col. Howard Marotto, USMC NexLog

1130 - 1300 LUNCH (ON YOUR OWN) / EXHIBIT VISITS, LOBBY

1300 - 1400 FUTURE OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY PANEL, Auditorium

A discussion on advances in medical technology, in general, that will have a myriad of applications on and off the battlefield

Panelists

Dr. Michael Mansour (Asst. Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School)

Dr. Bradley Ringeisen (Deputy Director, Biological Technologies Office, DARPA)

Dr. Ajay Seth (Orthopaedic Surgeon, North Canton, OH; Performed first surgery allowing an amputee to move

and feel a prosthetic arm, elbows, and fingers)

Moderator

Col. Howard Marotto, USMC NexLog

1400 - 1415 CLOSING REMARKS, Auditorium

1415 - 1600 NETWORKING AND EXHIBIT VISITS, Lobby


Primary Point of Contact.:
Amanda Grech,
Support Contractor
Phone: 724-814-0133

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*NEW LOCATION* Warner Center for Advance Military Studies

2044 Broadway Street

Quantico, VA 22134

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