All News & Stories

October 5, 2016

Geneva Supports the Orthopaedic Trauma Association

Geneva’s Community Giving Program recently awarded $2,000 to support registration fees for military attendees for the Orthopaedic Trauma Association 2016 Annual Meeting from 5-8 October in National Harbor, Maryland. Geneva’s support will specifically cover registration fees for eight military orthopaedic surgeons. The Orthopaedic Trauma Association (OTA) is the largest national organization devoted to the care of

Read more
September 25, 2016

Geneva Sponsors Race for a Soldier

The Geneva Foundation is excited to announce that we will be supporting the Race for a Soldier Half Marathon on 25 September 2016 in Gig Harbor, Washington. For the past three years, Geneva has sponsored a mile on the half marathon course as well as encouraged participation among Geneva’s Corporate team. This year, Geneva team

Read more
September 23, 2016

National Liver Conference

Now in its 11th year, the National Liver Conference (NLC) strives to bring the most recent and relevant findings in liver research, education, and practice to our audience of nearly 200 physicians and nurses. NLC is a one-day event that allows for collaboration between military and civilian medical professionals and industry leaders. The event highlights

Read more
September 10, 2016

Geneva Supports Ride2Recovery

The Geneva Foundation is trilled to be supporting the Ride2Recovery Honor Ride on 10 September in the National Capital Region. In addition to Geneva being a breakfast sponsor, Geneva employees will participate in the race and volunteer at the event. The Honor Ride is a non-competitive cycling event where active service members, injured veterans, and the general

Read more
September 7, 2016

Project C.A.R.E. Summit at Naval Medical Center San Diego

Geneva Grants & Contracts Manager Kasey Zink and Client Relationship Manager Kathy Carey will be attending the Sixth Annual Project CARE Summit at Naval Medical Center San Diego 7-9 September. The Project CARE Summit invites world-renowned speakers and surgeons from military medicine, as well as civilian counterparts, to discuss advances in cutting edge restorative, reconstructive and regenerative medicine.

Read more
September 1, 2016

Geneva Partners with the Jonas Center

The Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare announced a partnership to support Geneva’s first scholarship for nursing research to advance military medicine. The scholarship will fund a Johns Hopkins School of Nursing doctoral candidate whose goal is to transform the diagnosis process for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) – an area of scientific study with potential for

Read more
July 9, 2016

2016 Q2 Wave the Flag Recipient

Congratulations to the 2016 Q2 Wave the Flag recipient, Stephanie Deleon! An excerpt from her nomination states: “During my recent maternity leave, Stephanie took on the leadership role for the department. Over the course of three months, she not only fulfilled her role as Clinical Research Coordinator and ensured the quality of her assigned studies,

Read more
February 26, 2016

2016 Q1 Wave the Flag Recipient

Congratulations to the 2016 Q1 Wave the Flag Recipient, Dr. Victoria Tepe! An excerpt from her nomination states: “In addition to her normally assigned duties as a Geneva Research Portfolio Manager for the Department of Defense (DoD) Hearing Center of Excellence, Dr. Victoria Tepe has volunteered her time to the DoD Executive Agent for Medical

Read more
February 11, 2016

Using Virtual Reality to Treat PTSD

After a decade of war, the Army reports that 76,176 soldiers have been diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Since 2004, The Geneva Foundation has partnered with military, industry, and academic collaborators in pursuit of effective and innovative treatments for PTSD. For more than three years, Geneva employees have supported the Principal Investigator at

Read more
January 11, 2016

Geneva Contributes to NCAA-DoD Grand Alliance: CARE Consortium

Mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) and sport-related concussion (SRC) are fundamental concerns facing the U.S. military, the sports community, and the general public. Although significant advances have been made in the understanding of concussion, the natural history of concussion remains poorly defined, no objective biomarker of physiological recovery exists for clinical use, athlete knowledge of

Read more
1 2 14 15 16