Geneva manages federally- and industry-funded research programs worldwide, including research grants, federal contracts, cooperative agreements, multi-center clinical trials, congressional special interest programs, and multi-center research consortiums. From study start-up, to study conduct, and study closeout, Geneva partners with principal investigators each step of the way.
- Access to a broad network of MTFs nationwide
- Bench-to-bedside expertise
- Creation of knowledge products
- Comprehensive regulatory expertise
- Extensive multidisciplinary partner networks
- Incubating clinical trials networks
- Marketing and promotion of research successes
- Recruiting highly technical and skilled personnel
- Patient recruitment
- Ability to support both novice and experienced researchers
Targeted Funding Searches
Geneva conducts targeted funding searches based on the principal investigator’s research and budget needs and ensures that research goals match the priorities of granting agencies.
Geneva manages proposal and budget preparation, compiles ancillary documents and forms, and provides guidance on non-technical proposal components. Geneva can identify other military and external partners to collaborate on research programs. With a technical reviewer on staff, Geneva provides feedback on proposals from a scientific perspective. From there, Geneva negotiates all contractual aspects of the award with the funding agency/sponsors, submits proposal under Geneva’s signature authority, and accepts the award on behalf of the Investigator.
Geneva is skilled in developing required agreements to include CRADAs between Geneva and military site(s), providing regulatory support, including monitoring IRB, IACUC review and approval as well as recruiting and hiring qualified personnel. In partnership with the PI, Geneva performs accurate financial management, monitoring, and reporting. Our employees can procure study materials, equipment, and supplies, and provide 24-hour travel services as well as ensures regulatory compliance and timely submission of progress reports. In addition, clinical research support is provided by Geneva via enrollment and follow-up of subjects, ensures timely submission of final reports and regulatory closeout, maintains accurate final reporting and disposes of any equipment purchased according to funding agency/sponsor’s instructions. Geneva also collaborates on the dissemination of results, ensuring the results of the research can be used by others.