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Funded by NASA's National Space Biomedical Research Institute, STRATUS collaborated with experts from McMaster University and Northern Ontario School of Medicine to design and construct a reproduction of the spaceflight medical simulator based on the Destiny module of the International Space Station. This first-of-its-kind medical simulation project will be used to validate a series of protocols for management of in-flight medical emergencies.
Havens was in Haiti immediately after the 2010 earthquake.
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Fascinated by the newest technology and techniques used in medical simulation, passersby got to experience the essence of our center at "POP-UP STRATUS" on September 12, 2017 at Brigham and Women's Hospital
On September 15, 2017, STRATUS hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the spaceflight medical simulator with esteemed guests including Neil and Elise Wallace, Betsy Nabel, MD, Ron Walls, MD, Michael VanRooyen, MD, Thomas Doyle, PhD (McMaster University), and David Musson, MD (Northern Ontario School of Medicine) 

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