Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Geneva’s extensive collaborations have allowed for clinical innovations in brain health research. From the traumatic brain injury (TBI) continuum of care, to post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), our research is exploring new ways to optimize brain performance and recovery.

Geneva collaborates on brain health research at federal laboratories and military treatment facilities including: Brooke Army Medical Center, Eisenhower Army Medical Center, Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, Keller Army Community Hospital, Madigan Army Medical Center, Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune, San Antonio Military Medical Center, U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, and Womack Army Medical Center.


Performance Capabilities

Geneva plays a key role in advancing brain health initiatives on behalf of military investigators. Our research teams have demonstrated impact in areas including:

  • Development of screening tools for brain injury
  • Evaluating the effects of blast injury
  • Identifying blood biomarkers for TBI
  • Leveraging large-scale partnerships to address the long-term effects of concussions
  • Longitudinal mTBI outcomes studies
  • Neurotechnology
  • Neurotrauma
  • Psychological health
  • Suicide prevention
  • Trauma management therapy
  • Using virtual reality and telehealth to combat PTSD

Geneva Expertise

Scientific Advisory Board
COL (Ret.) Dallas Hack, MD, MPH

COL Hack was director of USAMRMC’s Combat Casualty Care Research Program, and instrumental in establishing the 2013 National Research Action Plan on TBI and PTSD, the Chronic Effects of Neurotrauma Consortium, and the NCAA-DoD Grand Alliance.

Featured Program
NCAA-DoD Grand Alliance

The NCAA-DoD Grand Alliance CARE Consortium advances cutting-edge studies focused on head impact sensor technologies, neuroimaging, biological markers, and detailed clinical studies.

Featured Program

The Microstructure Anatomy Gradient for Neuroimaging with Ultrafast Scanning (MAGNUS) program aims to diagnose mild Traumatic Brain Injury using advanced imaging and magnetic technology.


Research Indications

Geneva has diverse experience in managing brain health programs in areas including:

Blast Injury
Critical Care
Health Informatics
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Neurosensory Trauma
Nursing Research
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Suicide Prevention
Traumatic Brain Injury
Vestibular Trauma
Vision Trauma