Geneva’s 4D Bio3 program, in collaboration with Uniformed Services University, Safi Biosolutions, Sciperio, Advanced Bioprocess Services, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and the Food and Drug Administration, launched the 4D Bio3 On-Demand Blood Program to deliver on-demand blood and revolutionize military trauma care. Blood transfusions used in trauma care are currently obtained from human
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Geneva and collaborating partners are driving military medical research by successfully 3D printing health care products such as bioactive bandages and a meniscus in an austere environment. Joel Gaston (4D Bio3, Geneva), John Getz (RoosterBio, Inc), LTC Jason Barnhill (United States Military Academy), Vincent B. Ho, (4D Bio3 Director, USU), Ken Church (nScrypt), Kelli Blaize-Wise (4D Bio3, Geneva), Linzie Wagner (4D Bio3, Geneva)
Client Relationship Manager Kelli Blaize-Wise of The Geneva Foundation (Geneva) and Dr. Vincent B. Ho of Uniformed Services University (USU) recently visited the nScrypt Headquarters in Orlando, FL. They were joined by 4D Bio3 collaborators Mr. Ken Church (nScrypt) and Ms. Beth Brownell (nScrypt) for a tour of the headquarters and an exclusive, up-close look
Orlando, FL-based nScrypt has partnered with the U.S. Military, the Uniformed Services University 4D Bio3 Program, RoosterBio, Inc, and Geneva to move bioprinting out of sterile biology laboratories to forward-deployed military positions. For this project, nScrypt has customized its BioAssembly Tool (BAT) bioprinter, which won the 2003 R&D 100 award and is scheduled to travel
Thank you Senior Research Scientist Joel Gaston, for your outstanding service and dedication to Geneva’s core values and mission! The photo above is Geneva Program Manager Linzie Wagner (L) with Q4 2018 Wave the Flag recipient Joel Gaston (R). An excerpt from his nomination states: “Joel Gaston was hired on to the 4D Bio3 team as
Geneva President Elise Huszar presented the 2017 Researcher of the Year (ROY) award to Dr. Vincent Ho, Chair of Radiology at Uniformed Services University (USU), earlier today at the USU Faculty Assembly. This award honors an individual who, in partnership with Geneva, spearheads innovative medical research within the U.S. military for the benefit of service members and
The 4-Dimensional Bioprinting, Biofabrication, and Biomanufacturing (4D Bio3) Program is a five-year program funded by the Defense Health Program (DHP), with the purpose of promoting the development and application of advanced bioprinting, biofabrication, and biomanufacturing technologies for research pursuant to Department of Defense (DoD) priorities and ultimately for translation to clinical medical defense care and training solutions.