President and Chief Executive Officer Elise Huszar, Client Relationship Manager Jennifer Johnson, Clinical Research Coordinator Nora Rachels, Womack Army Medical Center (WAMC), and Research Assistant Makayla Brewer, WAMC, will be representing Geneva at the Medical, Biomedical, & Biodefense: Support to the Warfighter Symposium on 11 June in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
This event is designed to provide networking opportunities between industry, academia, and government organizations allowing them to foster partnerships and advance the biomedical and biodefense technology needs of the U.S. military.
Approximately 49% of Geneva’s research portfolio is focused on war-fighter research in area’s including artificial intelligence & robotics, en route care, regenerative medicine, and wound healing. Geneva’s currently has +125 researchers involved in +205 active programs at +30 performance sites with $154M in funding in warfighter research. Geneva is honored to collaborate with a variety of military treatment facilities and programs across the country on research in support of the warfighter including WAMC and the Fort Bragg Research Institute in Fort Bragg, NC.