The Geneva Foundation is a non-profit organization that supports and advances innovative medical research and excellence in education within the U.S. military. With over 500 employees worldwide, we build enduring partnerships dedicated to the health and well-being of U.S. service members, their families, and the global community. Through these partnerships, Geneva connects military researchers to research and educational opportunities in a variety of therapeutic areas. We strive to work hand-in-hand with our partners to shape the future of military medicine.
Who We Are
The Geneva Foundation was founded in 1993 by Jane Taylor, a critical care nurse, at the request of Madigan Army Medical Center. Since its inception, Geneva has supported medical research at over 50 federal laboratories and military treatment facilities worldwide. Geneva sets itself apart by offering military researchers an exceptional level of service and expertise through our commitment to shared values of integrity, superior customer service, quality, teamwork, innovation, and respect for all. We build lasting relationships through our holistic approach to facilitating research in a military setting. Our approach focuses on maintaining a streamlined process that provides the researcher with personal, direct access to knowledgeable professionals at Geneva.
What We Do
As a leading foundation serving the military medical community, Geneva has specialized capabilities in supporting federally-funded research, conducting FDA-regulated clinical trials, and hosting conferences and events. Geneva collaborates with experienced and novice researchers in military and academic settings within a wide variety of therapeutic areas. We support our military researchers by making the research process accessible and feasible. Understanding that each research project is unique, Geneva’s program management team tailors services to best support the needs of the individual researcher.
How We Do It
Geneva works with researchers from idea inception through the successful completion of the program: accommodating individual research interests, locating suitable funding sources, developing research proposals, and managing research projects. We strive to create relationships that result in the successful conduct of the program and a lasting partnership with the research team and sponsor.
Why We Do It
At Geneva, we recognize that innovative collaboration is vital to medical advancement. Through our collaborations with Industry and medical leaders, exciting new ideas are developing. These ideas have the power to improve patient lives and to provide security for the health and well-being of U.S. service members, their families, and the global community.