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The OMI HIT Rescue Project Team welcomes our new team of Toff Peabody (MS-4 from UCSF and former Zuckerman Fellow) and Ari Hoffman (MS-4 from UCSF). Toff and Ari will continue the HIT Rescue Project trial for the next 8 days while we attempt to consolidate and analyze our initial data. The OMI team is working to obtain funding to continue this important trial that not only fills an immediate operational gap, but offers a potential tool for future complex humanitarian emergencies.

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Dr. Jenny Callaway and Carlos Miranda (our in the field IT savior). Carlos has been critical to keeping the HIT Rescue Project running in this austere environment