Visit the RAND meeting website to submit an abstract (by June 4) and to register for the event (by July 15).
Registration is now open for the 10th International State-of-the-Science Meeting, "Understanding the Computational Modeling of the Human Body's Responses to Blast-Related Injury." This will be a virtual event.
Join peers and experts from across the globe to learn from luminaries in the field, forge collaborations, and discuss the latest in the computational modeling of the human body's response to blast trauma. The meeting is sponsored by the DOD Blast Injury Research Coordinating Office.
We encourage national and international scientists from academia, industry, military services, government, not-for-profit organizations, and other sectors to participate in the meeting. We also welcome those at all stages of their careers and from all professional sectors.
Read about previous SoS Meetings and their key findings on our SoS Meeting Series page.
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