The purpose of this research study is to see what medicine is better to use for preventing death and clinically important blood clots in the lungs in patients who sustain trauma. There are two types of medicine we will compare in this study: Low Molecular Weight Heparin (Lovenox/Enoxaparin) and Aspirin. Our goal is to find the simplest, most effective medication for orthopaedic trauma patients.


Read more about the PREVENT CLOT study here.


The primary objective of this study is to examine the benefits (and cost-benefits) of an integrated orthotic and rehabilitation program that incorporates the Intrepid Dynamic Exoskeletal Orthosis (IDEO) and the Return to Run (RTR) physical therapy regimen, but designed for scalability in the broader military environment.


Read more about the PRIORITI-MTF study here and visit the recruitment website:

ProFit Study

The aims of this study address an exploratory endpoint in the Transtibial Amputation Outcomes Study (TAOS), which will investigate prosthesis fit, alignment and condition of the residual limb.


Read more about the ProFit study here.

pTOG Study

The purpose of this study is to determine if rhBMP-2, a bone graft substitute, is as effective as using bone from the hip (iliac crest autograft) to help promote healing of open, tibia fractures with a bone defect.


Read more about the pTOG study here.


The purpose of this study is to test the effectiveness of the REPAIR intervention (physical therapy (PT) plus blood flow restricted (BFR) training) when compared to usual care PT alone.


Read more about the REPAIR study here.