Fayetteville State University to Work With the Fort Bragg Research Institute

Fayetteville State University, the historically Black educational institution in North Carolina, has announced a new partnership with the Fort Bragg Research Institute (FBRI). The institute supports the ongoing research interests of the Womack Army Medical Center.

The partnership will foster collaborative research activities between the university and the medical center as well as other research designed to enhance the operational readiness of soldiers on the military base.

James A. Anderson, chancellor of Fayetteville State University, stated that “the partnership with the Fort Bragg Research Institute provides FSU with the opportunity to actualize its goal of a transformative impact on the behavioral and medical health of the military community, the regional community, and the local community in Fayetteville. As a state university we have a moral and ethical responsibility to facilitate the research efforts of the FBRI.”

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