The Cincinnati Education & Research for Veterans Foundation...
All veterans know, when you do something for others,
the rewards far outweigh the sacrifice
Each day is a new day at CERV. A new day to make the world a better place. A new day to discover a cure, make someone’s life better, or just provide assistance to a veteran in need.
By participating in a CERV research program, you do more than provide critical medical research that could someday save a life, eliminate a disease, or develop a cure, you become a part of our growing community.
From veterans to community members to organizations, everyone is welcome to participate in our thriving programs of discovery.
Want to get involved?
Physicians and others interested in conducting rearch, we encouraged to join us as a Principal Investigator, leading a team to discover or resolve issues with disease and disabilities, and contribute to the well-being of not just our local veterans, but the entire medical community.
Organizations are encouraged to sponsor our research and participate in the excitement of the findings.
VA's Office of Research and Development partners with NAVREF for Clinical Trials for Veterans initiative
VA’s Office of Research and Development partners with NAVREF for Clinical Trials for Veterans initiative. The initiative aims to correct the shortfall and under-representation of the veteran population in clinical studies…
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At CERV Foundation, we are always trying to understand how to better connect and serve our veterans. Our role at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is to facilitate research and educational programming with other government agencies and the private sector,...read more
In an effort to strengthen its programming and services and best serve veterans, CERV Foundation recently added Annie Carl, among two others, to its board of directors. Carl, a former Red Cross and United Way employee, has decades of experience in fundraising, as well...read more
Following their service to our country, many veterans return home and suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs estimates that almost 31% of Vietnam veterans, 10% of Gulf War veterans, and 11% of Afghan War...read more