Geneva will be exhibiting at the Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS) in Kissimmee, Florida from 19-22 August 2019.
MHSRS, an annual scientific meeting hosted by the Department of Defense, serves as a space for military members and civilians to connect and discuss new scientific knowledge resulting from military-unique research and development in support of the warfighter.
The four-day symposium draws 2,900+ attendees annually from across the country. This year, President & CEO Elise Huszar, Federal Acquisition Activity Department Director Melissa Beale, Senior Marketing & Communications Manager Allison Connelly, Client Relationship Manager Kelli Blaize-Wise, Program Manager Linzie Wagner, and Marketing & Communications Administrator Lauren Mancini will be in attendance in addition to 125+ researchers from across the nation. Geneva’s 4D Bio3 program, which promotes the development and application of advanced bioprinting, biofabrication, and biomanufacturing technologies to improve clinical medical defense care and training solutions, will also be exhibiting.
Approximately 48% of Geneva’s research portfolio is focused on warfighter research in areas including artificial intelligence & robotics, en route care, regenerative medicine, and wound healing. Geneva currently has more than 125 researchers involved in over 200 active programs at 30+ performance sites with $165M in funding focused around warfighter research.
Make sure to visit the Geneva (811) and 4D Bio3 (812) booths at MHSRS 2019!