CAMRIS International has expanded services at the Naval Medical Research Unit – 3 (NAMRU-3) to reinforce the Operational Support and Investigational Research in Infection and Serology…
The US Agency for International Development (USAID) recently awarded a five-year contract to provide long-term and short-term technical assistance to USAID’s Africa Bureau (AFR) and presidential initiatives, Power Africa and Young African Leaders Initiative, in its offices in Washington, DC and overseas. Under the contract, CAMRIS is a major subcontractor and will ...
CAMRIS International recently was awarded the Mali Education Emergency Support Activity contract by the US Agency for International Development (USAID). Through the contract, CAMRIS will repair schools and work with the Mali Ministry of Education to restore educational services for children in conflict-affected regions of the country.
CAMRIS International (CAMRIS), a Bethesda-based international development and research firm, was recently awarded a multi-year contract to support antimicrobial resistance research at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR). The Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring and Research Program (ARMoR) contract will support the fight to stop a growing threat to military service members – pathogenic micro-organisms that resist drug treatment.
The US Naval Medical Research Unit-3 (NAMRU-3) has tapped CAMRIS International, a Maryland-based international development and research firm, to implement the Ancillary Services to Support Epidemiological Research Targets (ASSERT) contract. Under the contract, CAMRIS will provide program management, data management and scientific research support services to the military medical research facility in Cairo.
Providing Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Services to USAID Nepal: Shifting Earth Shifts Priorities
In February of this year, CAMRIS International was awarded a contract to provide monitoring, evaluation and learning services to USAID Nepal.
Last week, CAMRIS International, as part of Partners for Global Research and Development (PGRD) joint venture, launched the first of approximately $13 million in grant awards under the USAID-funded Pacific American Climate Fund.
Experienced executive and international development professional Erin Soto has joined CAMRIS International as Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer.
CAMRIS International is proud to be partnering with RTI International on the recently awarded U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) contract providing technical services in Africa.
While recent reports from Nigeria are filled with news of violent attacks by militant groups like Boko Haram, CAMRIS is proud to be working for, and with, the American University of Nigeria (AUN), to bring greater opportunity to young women and men.
Today CAMRIS International, a Bethesda-based international development and research company, was awarded a new contract to undertake malaria studies and provide expertise in support of malaria antigen discovery work for the Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) in Silver Spring, MD.
On January 10, 2014, CAMRIS International was awarded the Craniofacial Health and Restorative Medicine (CHARM) project, a two year contract, with the Naval Medical Research Unit –San Antonio (NAMRU-SA).
On August 22, 2013 NAMRU-D CAMRIS staff attended the Change of Command ceremony held at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base for CAPT Doug Forcino and CAPT Jeffrey Andrews. CAPT John Sanders, Naval Medical Research Center CO, was the Presiding Officer and Guest Speaker. CDR Michael Reddix was the Master of Ceremonies and is now the Executive Officer of NAMRU-D.
CAMRIS Medical Researchers working at the Naval Medical Research Unit-Dayton travelled to Chicago to attend the Annual Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) Conference.
CAMRIS Vice President – Human Resources & Director, CAMRIS Military Medicine Division, Ms. April Lueben and CAMRIS Business Development Manager, Ms. Rebecca Oldroyd traveled to Naval Medical Center Portsmouth to introduce CAMRIS to the larger Naval Medical Center Portsmouth research community.