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Vision

To advance the state of medical science in those areas of most pressing need and relevance to today's battlefield experience.

DMRDP Execution Process

DMRDP Execution Process (external link)

The Defense Medical Research and Development Program (DMRDP) is a core research program of the Department of Defense (DoD) within the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs (OASD[HA]). The DMRDP serves as the focal point for Defense Health Program (DHP) execution of research, development, test, and evaluation (RDT&E) funds. The program's efforts help to fulfill the DHP priority to advance medical research and development (R&D) for wounded warriors and expedite the delivery of products and solutions to service members and their families and advance the state of medical science in areas of the most pressing need. The CDMRP provides operational execution support to four of the six major program areas managed by the OASD(HA), including Military Infectious Diseases, Military Operational Medicine, Combat Casualty Care, and Clinical and Rehabilitative Medicine. Additional information on the roles and responsibilities of the OASD(HA) DMRDP is available at http://dmrdp.fhpr.osd.mil/home.aspx.

Congressional Appropriations

Congressional Appropriations

  • $190.31 million in FY10-12
  • $32.0 million in FY13 (approximated)
Funding Summary

Funding Summary for Extramural Awards









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