Geneva partners with researchers, academia, and industry to create thriving learning environments that facilitate success. Geneva works in collaboration with military treatment facilities and military universities in several research areas to drive knowledge-based research forward.
Driving Knowledge-Based Research
Partnering with Academia to Advance Combat Care
The Autonomous Reanimation and Evacuation (AREVA) laboratory pioneers advanced life-saving treatments in partnership with like-minded institutions and organizations while mentoring and preparing a dedicated team for lifelong careers in medicine.
Training Bioengineers of the Future
Geneva employees working at USU-4D Bio3 Center for Biotechnology are preparing the military’s biotechnology workforce for the future by supplementing bioengineering education at military service academies.
Streamlining Clinical Practice Guidelines
The Musculoskeletal Injury Rehabilitation Research for Operational Readiness (MIRROR) program has standardized post-operative rehabilitation protocols across the tri-services.
In 2016, Geneva and Jonas Philanthropies partnered to create a joint scholarship that funds doctoral nursing candidates seeking to improve healthcare for veterans and military personnel. Geneva’s commitment to nursing research is deeply rooted in the organization’s history beginning with the organization’s founder, Jane Taylor, a former nurse.Learn more
Reserve funds allow Geneva to designate donations, honoraria, grants, and funds from clinical trials to support research and education. These funds can be gifted to the department for research or education-related purposes including travel to meetings and conferences, travel arrangements for an outside speaker/collaborator to visit your site, article publication fees, educational event support, and small equipment purchases, unless otherwise specified by a grant. Funds are disbursed in a manner that is outlined by both military regulations and grant or donor requirements.