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Video by Maj. Satomi Mack-Martin
Army Reserve Life: Biomedical Engineer & Medical Operations Officer (:30 sec)
3rd Medical Command Deployment Support
Nov. 18, 2019 | 0:30
Army Reserve Life takes a look into Soldiers balancing dual careers.

Capt. Timothy Farrell specializes in computation biology with analyzing pathogen genomes to determine its resistance to medicine. This medical service officer uniquely brings a technical skillset to the Army Reserve with having studied engineering in college and good officership training in ROTC.

The Army Reserve sets him apart from civilian peers in that he encounters more opportunities to be a leader and develop managerial skills.

Unit: 399th Field Hospital, 804th Medical Brigade, 3d Medical Command Deployment Support (MCDS)

Cinematography by Spc. Maurice Cheeks and Maj. Satomi Mack-Martin
Edited by: Maj. Satomi Mack-Martin
Royalty Free music by AshamaluevMusic
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