The 3D BioFabrication Facility (BFF) was launched in mid-2019 and marks the first-ever 3D printer capable of manufacturing human tissue (including, someday, organs) in microgravity. The Geneva Foundation (Geneva), in partnership with the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU), commercial space company TechShot, Inc, and 3D printer manufacturer nScrypt, Inc., have successfully
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Bethesda, MD – 1 April 2020 – The Geneva Foundation (Geneva), in partnership with the Broussard Foundation, brought together more than 50 military leaders, clinicians, scientists, and experts within the physical therapy, orthopedics, physical medicine, and pain management fields for the first-ever Tri-Service Post-Operative Rehabilitation Protocol Consensus Meeting to standardize disparate protocols for military healthcare.
infectious Diseases is one of Geneva’s top research areas in terms of funding and number of programs. Geneva’s infectious disease experts are at the forefront of many therapeutic indications that protect warfighter health and global health including the lethal Sudan virus, one of six known species within the genus Ebolavirus, which poses a significant health threat across the globe.
Geneva and Jonas Philanthropies partnered in 2016 to create a joint scholarship that funds doctoral candidates seeking to improve healthcare for veterans and military personnel. Geneva and Jonas are committed to supporting nursing leaders who are spearheading critical research for the greatest healthcare issues facing our military. Click here to view the 2019 Geneva-Jonas Interim Report and read key
Bethesda, MD – The Geneva Foundation and the Uniformed Services University (USU) 4D Bio3 Program, in support of the U.S. Military, recently completed a pilot project involving the biofabrication of medical products in an austere military environment, with the goal of advancing future next-generation treatments for the Nation’s deployed warfighters. Advances in 3D printing and
Client Relationship Manager Kelli Blaize-Wise of The Geneva Foundation (Geneva) and Dr. Vincent B. Ho of Uniformed Services University (USU) recently visited the nScrypt Headquarters in Orlando, FL. They were joined by 4D Bio3 collaborators Mr. Ken Church (nScrypt) and Ms. Beth Brownell (nScrypt) for a tour of the headquarters and an exclusive, up-close look
Orlando, FL-based nScrypt has partnered with the U.S. Military, the Uniformed Services University 4D Bio3 Program, RoosterBio, Inc, and The Geneva Foundation to move bioprinting out of sterile biology laboratories to forward-deployed military positions. For this project, nScrypt has customized its BioAssembly Tool (BAT) bioprinter, which won the 2003 R&D 100 award and is scheduled
Orlando, FL-based nScrypt has partnered with the U.S. Military, the Uniformed Services University 4D Bio3 Program, RoosterBio, Inc, and Geneva to move bioprinting out of sterile biology laboratories to forward-deployed military positions. For this project, nScrypt has customized its BioAssembly Tool (BAT) bioprinter, which won the 2003 R&D 100 award and is scheduled to travel
The Geneva Foundation (Geneva) is honored to announce the 2018 Researcher of the Year award recipient. Senior Nurse Scientist MAJ (Ret.) Mary McCarthy, PhD was selected as Geneva’s 2018 Researcher of the Year in recognition of her longstanding commitment to and excellence in military nursing research, with notable contributions in research quality and research mentorship.
CIRCULOGENE – Subcontractor to U.S. Department of Defense Research Award – to Develop Liquid Biopsy Markers for Traumatic Brain Injury $1.5 Million grant to The Geneva Foundation will use CIRCULOGENE’s liquid biopsy to quickly ID and accurately quantify organ-specific injury markers for improved treatment and survival in severely wounded military and civilian personnel BIRMINGHAM,