Clinical Investigation


The DCI Mission is to assure compliance with federal regulations for the protection of human research subjects and for the responsible use of animals in medical research and training. The DCI facilitates and supports the entire process of research approval including research proposal preparation, submission, review and monitoring of approved research, by providing program administration, education and consultation for all research activities at DDEAMC and the nine MTFs and clinics covered under its Assurances. The DCI Mission supports graduate medical education (GME), graduate dental education (GDE), and other professional health education, ultimately facilitating improvements to health care and the introduction of new technology.

DCI Research and Training Laboratory primary objectives are:


  • Conduct multi-disciplinary military-relevant research to further Army Medicine and address Warfighter needs
  • Provide guidance and support for the development of novel research endeavors
  • Promote the highest level of professional standards in the conduct of research


  • Support GME and continuing medical education (CME) programs
  • Provide an academic milieu conducive to retention and recruitment of personnel
  • Foster an atmosphere of academic inquiry


  • Advanced Trauma Life Support Instructional Surgical Skill Practicum (ATLS)
  • Emergency Medicine Resuscitation Procedure Lab (ER)
  • Oral & Maxillofacial Microsurgical Training Lab

Mailing Address

Eisenhower Army Medical Center
Department of Clinical Investigation
Bldg 38711, 7th Alley
Fort Eisenhower, GA 30905

EAMC Human Research Protections Office (HRPO) web page

Contact Us


DCI Research and Training Laboratory Manager


Mon - Fri:  8 a.m. - 4 p.m.


Bldg 38711, 
7th Alley
Fort Eisenhower, GA 30905

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