October 30, 2016

Geneva Publishes 2015 Annual Report

The Geneva Foundation is pleased to share our 2015 Annual Report with our collaborators, researchers, supporters, and partners. The 2015 Annual Report highlights Geneva’s accomplishments and growth over the past year:

We are proud to have continued our strong support of military medicine in 2015, in part by building relationships with highly skilled, exceptionally motivated, world recognized military researchers and innovators, industry partners, academic institutions, and other nonprofit foundations. In 2015, Geneva supported close to 200 researchers at more than 50 sites around the world, collaborated with over 70 universities and hospitals, and partnered with over 70 industry sponsors including pharmaceutical, biotech, and device companies.

We are proud to have continued our investment in our employees and our leadership, who continually strive for excellence, are driven by our mission, and demonstrate Geneva’s values of Integrity, Superior Customer Service, Quality, Innovation, Teamwork, and Respect For All. Geneva recruited and hired over 220 employees in 2015 alone; each of our 464 employees have contributed to the success and longevity of our organization.

We are proud to have continued to engage in Geneva’s mission in 2015, through innovative and impactful research endeavors, including genome positioning as a diagnostic tool for cancer, DNA vaccine delivery for severe infectious diseases, collaborations with the NCAA to increase the understanding and treatment of mild traumatic brain injury, and the development of a standard predictive tool to prevent musculoskeletal injuries. Geneva’s mission is broad and relevant not only to U.S. service members, but also to veterans, their families, and the larger global community.

Thank you to our partners – our employees, researchers, and collaborators – together, we are shaping the future of military medicine.