In The News
(September 9, 2021) – Before September 11, 2001, many people thought of trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)—if they thought of them at all—as things that happened to soldiers in faraway war zones. But after the entire nation watched the Twin Towers crumble on television, it became clear that trauma could hit much closer to home. And you didn’t need to be physically involved to feel the effects, either.
(September 8, 2021) . . . . The U.S. Air Force and Army have been supporting a different approach to PTSD.
WASHINGTON, DC (September 3, 2021) – A new company, with funding from the U.S. Army, may have found the secret to treating PTSD with a pill or some other direct form of medicine.
WASHINGTON, DC (March 4, 2021) – The U.S. Army xTech Program announced the 10 finalists of the competition’s fifth Expeditionary Technology Search (xTechSearch) cohort, xTechSearch 5.