TATRC’s mission is to execute a congressional special interest program of medical science and advanced technology research that maximizes benefit to military medicine and national healthcare.
The Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC) is the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command’s (USAMRMC) corporate or central laboratory for advanced technology research. Its diverse assortment of unique collaborative relationships with government, academia and industry comprises a workforce that focuses on world-class integrated research and development for the Department of Defense. TATRC’s research programs consist of seven portfolios and a new initiatives and basic science program, for addressing the ever-changing world of medical requirements both on the battlefield and in hospitals of the future. TATRC focuses on technology areas critical to healthcare requirements across a broad spectrum which is supported by the following research portfolios and new initiatives.
TATRC has consistently provided the enabling technologies that will best support the healthcare of the Army of the 21st Century. Its research programs are focused on the key pillars of emerging healthcare to identify, develop, and deploy the best advanced technology and medical solutions available to the Department of Defense.