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Dayton VA Medical Center, Ohio

 

Research Program

The Research & Development (R&D) Service at the Dayton VA Medical Center (VAMC), the third oldest medical center, seeks to improve Veterans' wellbeing through the development of an innovative research program. Investigators at the Dayton VAMC have received numerous awards of excellence and recognition, including many national publications.

Accreditations:

On June 11, 2010, the Dayton VAMC R&D Program received its full accreditation through the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs, Inc. (AAHRPP). The "gold seal" signifies adherence to a rigorous set of human protection standards ensuring that the Dayton VAMC HRPP is consistent and uniform to other well recognized institutions conducting biomedical, behavioral, and social sciences research.

TitleNameExtension
ACOS for Research (ACOS/R&D) Jack Bernstein, MD
3393
Administrative Officer (AO/R&D) Nicholas McCray
2194
Research Compliance Officer Brian Williams, MSA
2407
Program Support Assistant (OA) Tina McNamara
1156
R&D Committee Chair Rob Dennis, PhD
1311
R&D Committee Vice-Chair Pam Mishler, PhD
2713
Nursing Research Chair Paula Dunham, RN
2847
Research Pharmacy David Lucius, PhamD
4057
Information Security Officer Cory Cookson
1363
Privacy Officer Chris Wiggins
2221
VA Medical Research & Education Foundation Michael Culhane
2844

 

Interested in Research Collaborations with the Dayton VAMC

The Dayton VAMC R&D Program places a high priority on research collaboration and educational opportunities. Collaborative research projects include traumatic brain injury (TBI), polytrauma, prosthetics and amputation care, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), pain management, and other mental health issues. Partnering with others who possess common research interests allows the Dayton VAMC to leverage resources and expand the impact of taxpayer investments in research.

Parties interested in collaboration with the Dayton VAMC R&D may make enquiries to:

Nicholas McCray
Administrative Officer for R&D
Dayton VA Medical Center (151)
4100 W. Third St.
Dayton, Ohio 45428

Email: Nicholas {dot} McCray {at} va {dot} gov***


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