The mission of the Frederick Chapter of AFCEA is to (a) promote industry-government cooperation by providing a forum for the ethical exchange of information and the exploration of issues relevant to its members in the biological research, biotechnology research, and medical research communities in the Western Maryland area serving the Federal government; and (b) contribute to the professional development of those communities.
NOTE: Revenue from the Luncheon goes toward STEM scholarship programs.
Government Discount: $15
Industry Fee: $35
Table Sponsor: $150
Location: Fort Detrick Community Activities Center (CAC) , 1529 Freedman Drive, Fort Detrick, Maryland 21702
Visitors use OLD FARM GATE (Directions) entrance. Visitors require photo I.D. Please allow time for security check.
Presents: LTC Tom Timmes, Ph.D, P.E.: Commander, U.S. Army Center for Environment Health Research (USACEHR)
The U.S. Army Center for Environmental Health Research (USACEHR) conducts research, development, testing and validation for occupational and environmental health surveillance (OEHS) and environmental health technology in support of Force Health Protection.
The AFCEA Luncheons held at the Fort Detrick CAC provide the Business community an accessible and convenient venue to network with the Fort Detrick community: Program Managers, Commanders, Enlisted soldiers, and DoD / NIH contractors.