Geneva facilitates next-generation technologies and promising research to speed the delivery of biotechnologies for injured warfighters and accelerate return-to-duty.

Geneva collaborates with a multitude of academic and industry stakeholders in biotechnology at federal laboratories and military treatment facilities including: National Cancer Institute, Uniformed Services University, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, and Walter Reed Army Institute of Research.

Performance Capabilities

Leading Next-Generation Therapies

Geneva researchers have vast experience in developing biologics and cell therapies, with expertise in areas including:

  • Access to BSL-2 and BSL-3 facilities
  • Bioengineering
  • Creation of educational initiatives, including biotechnology courses
  • Development of biotechnologies and therapeutics
  • Development of training opportunities
  • Expansion of maturing technologies for advanced development
  • Expediting product development through preclinical and clinical
  • Onsite and rapid biofabrication
  • Stem cell therapy applications such as wound healing
  • Utilization of medical simulation

USU-4D Bio3 Center for Biotechnology

The Uniformed Services University Biotechnology, Biomanufacturing, and Bioprinting Center (USU-4D Bio3 Center for Biotechnology) promotes the development and application of advanced bioprinting, biofabrication, and biomanufacturing technologies for research pursuant to Department of Defense priorities and for translation to clinical medical defense care and training solutions.

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Geneva Expertise

Researcher of the Year
LTC (Ret.) Luis Alvarez, PhD

Dr. Alvarez is leading innovative research in developing biologics and cell therapies in regenerative medicine.

Researcher of the Year
Vincent Ho, MD, MBA

Dr. Ho is spearheading the development of novel techniques and technological advancements in imaging.

Featured Employee
Frank Alexander, PhD

Geneva research scientist Dr. Alexander is helping to develop bioprinting technique for corneas using electrospinning.


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Research Indications

Geneva has diverse experience in managing biotechnology programs in areas including:

3D bioprinting
Biomaterial formulation and injection
Drug and vaccine development
Environmental and occupational health
Gene therapy
Medical devices
Personalized multi omics screening
Stem cell and minimally modified cell-based therapies
Tissue engineering