Autonomous Reanimation and Evacuation (AREVA) Research Program
AREVA is an extramural research program and laboratory servicing nine combat casualty care-relevant research grants carried out at prolonged field-care intensive care unit studies for 72 hours. AREVA executes benchtop science and ex vivo experiments up to 6 hours duration in a dedicated plug-and-play circulation laboratory. AREVA performs large animal trauma studies with up to 72 hours of round-the-clock intensive care, conducted to human ICU standards of care. With a state-of-the-art coagulation laboratory and dedicated clinical diagnostic laboratory tools and point-of-care devices, AREVA can perform all phases of study from concept design through large animal experiments.
Animal Intensive Care Unit
The animal intensive care unit is made of a fully self-enclosed space with dedicated HEPA filtration. It is equipped with state-of-the-art ICU patient care equipment to provide round-the-clock care to human standards of care. The Animal ICU is currently built to conduct two large animal experiments simultaneously, with plans for future expansion to 4 beds, including BSL 2 capability.
AREVA has a strong record of successful collaborations with universities, companies, government agencies, clinical care teams, and industry leaders at all phases of research.Collaborate with AREVA
COMMERCIAL & CLINICAL
Geneva researchers at AREVA have published scientific publications in areas including Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS), Extracorporeal Life Support, Combat Care, Regenerative Medicine, Trauma Care, Wound Healing and more.Learn More