Medical Simulation and Information Sciences

Medical simulation and information sciences remain relevant and important to DOD due to increasing complexity of modern warfare, emerging threats and medical challenges, and the growing importance of data-driven healthcare solutions.

Geneva recognizes research in medical simulation and information sciences significantly benefits service members by enhancing their training and readiness to minimize risk and access to medical care even in austere and remote environments, improving recovery, and accelerating return to duty.

Performance Capabilities

Revolutionizing Medical Training And Recovery

Through interdisciplinary collaborations, Geneva supports research teams at the forefront of cutting-edge technology and data discoveries, including:

  • Advanced Simulation Technologies
  • Human Performance Modeling
  • Telemedicine and Telehealth Solutions
  • Data Analytics and Health Information Systems


MDORP’s Expansion Initiative will grow the nationwide tele-rehabilitation platform, develop innovative lower-limb orthopedic technology, and improve the walkability of service members and veterans.

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Geneva Expertise

Featured Researcher
MAJ Kyle Couperus, MD

Dr. Couperus is applying technologies like virtual reality (VR), mixed reality, wearables, eye tracking, machine learning and natural language processing to show the immense potential of medical simulation in military training programs in austere and remote environments.

Featured Research Area
combat care
Combat Casualty Care

In combat casualty care, advances in telemedicine and remote monitoring, medical simulation, and training are accelerating trauma care and management and reducing the risk of errors in real-life situations, ensuring that warfighters can provide effective and safe medical care when it matters most.

Featured Telemedicine Award
Disaster Telemedicine Response System (DISTRESS)

Geneva Telemedicine Team Selected to Rapidly Develop and Deploy National Telecritical Care Network.