President Elise Huszar, Program Manager Linzie Wagner, and Client Relationship Manager Kelli Blaize-Wise will be representing Geneva at the Extremity War Injuries (EWI) 14th Annual Meeting on 22-23 January in Washington, D.C. The symposium, titled “Evolving Combat Care and Readiness Research”, will identify the top orthopedic research priorities for the wounded warrior and tactical athlete. As
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Federal Acquisitions Activity Department (FAAD) Director Marjorie Osmer will be representing Geneva at the AMSUS, The Society of Federal Health Professionals Annual Meeting on 26-30 November in National Harbor, MD. This event serves as a communication and networking platform for federal health agencies and the advancement of military medicine. An estimated 1,000+ leaders and professionals from the Department of Defense, Veterans
President Elise Huszar and Grants & Contracts Manager Kasey Zink will be representing Geneva at the 34th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Trauma Association (OTA) on 17-20 October in Kissimmee, FL. The event, will consist of podium and poster presentations focusing on orthopaedic trauma research and care from leaders in the field.
Regional Client Relationship Manager Kathy Carey will be representing The Geneva Foundation at the Sciences Research Conference at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) on 5 October 2018. The conference, titled “Research in Service for a Better Tomorrow“, will consist of oral and poster presentations on topics such as infectious diseases and immunology, regenerative and molecular medicine, chemistry and bio chemistry, and more.
Regional Client Relationship Manager Kathy Carey will be attending the seventh annual Project C.A.R.E. Summit at Naval Medical Center San Diego on 19-21 September 2018. The Project C.A.R.E. Summit will consist of world-renowned speakers and surgeons from military medicine, as well as civilian counterparts, to discuss advances in cutting edge restorative, reconstructive, and regenerative medicine. Geneva is looking forward to
The MHSRS is the Department of Defense’s premier scientific meeting. It is a venue for communicating and discussing new scientific knowledge resulting from military-unique research and development. It is the only military or civilian meeting that focuses specifically on the unique medical needs of the warfighter.
Client Relationship Manager Jennifer Johnson and Grants & Contracts Administrator Brianna Drexler will be representing Geneva at the upcoming Triangle for Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, held at the Embassy Suites in North Carolina. The Triangle Society for Neuroscience is a chapter of the world’s largest neuroscience conference.
Founded in 1987, SOMA brings together a wide range of medical professionals with expertise in areas including pre-hospital, tactical, wilderness, austere, disaster, and deployed medicine. SOMSA promotes the opportunity for military and civilian medical providers to exchange ideas and engage in forums focused on advancing the science, technology, and skills of medicine.
Geneva’s Regional Director of Grants and Contracts for the Eastern Region Kelly Lehner, and Director of Federal Acquisition Activity Marjorie Osmer, will be representing Geneva at the Military Medicine Partnership Conference and Expo in Ellicott City, Maryland. The conference is focused on providing world-class medical knowledge, countermeasures, and technologies to service members; and well as providing an opportunity