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Federal Advanced Technology Quarterly Meeting: Medical Focus

Fort Bragg Representatives from Womack Army Medical Center, 44th Medical Brigade, Fort Bragg Force Modernization, US Army Special Operations Command, and II Marine Expeditionary Force participate in the Federal Advanced Technologies Quarterly Meeting focused on medical, biomedical and biodefense technologies.

Fort Bragg Representatives from Womack Army Medical Center, 44th Medical Brigade, Fort Bragg Force Modernization, US Army Special Operations Command, and II Marine Expeditionary Force participate in the Federal Advanced Technologies Quarterly Meeting focused on medical, biomedical and biodefense technologies.

The North Carolina Military Business Center hosted the North Carolina Federal Advanced Technology Quarterly (FATQ) Meeting, at Fayetteville Technical Community College, on April 27, 2016 from 0900 to 1300.

The FATQ presentations addressed medical and biomedical technologies, including:

“Quercetin, Flavonoids, and Peak Soldier Performance.” Presenter:  David C. Nieman, DrPH, FACSM; Appalachian State University Human Performance Lab at the North Carolina Research Campus.  This presentation featured the results of a quarter century of research on the reaction of the body to extreme stress and how to protect oneself from disease and injury through appropriate diet and effective supplements. Some of the results were nothing short of astounding and yet some of the things “your grandmother said” were true and yet are ignored in our time.

“RoboMarker and Photon Speculum” – Presenter:  Debbie Brown, President, Surgilūm. This product-based presentation featured the latest tools available to doctors with better results could be obtained on eye operations and at less cost than current methods.  The device, the Photon Speculum will be formally introduced to the market on May 7, 2016.

SmartGene – Integrated Database Network System” – Presenter: David Ellis, SmartGene, Inc. This presentation covered a significantly updated Integrated Database Network System for the secure, configurable, and flexible management of genetic and associated information. The software product is presented to the web as a service and is used world wide for research into the genetic make up of Bacteria, Fungi, HCV, HIV and Influenza. The database is extremely large and is the only service of its’ kind. The customer list is the “Who’s Who” in research medicine and now includes the US Army’s Walter Reed.

Businesses interested in presenting their emerging technologies at future FATQ meetings should contact Mickey Finn at finnm@ncmbc.us.  Additionally, businesses within the medical field should consider attending the Medical, Biomedical & Biodefense: Support to the Warfighter Symposium on June 7-8. 





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