The Generations U.S. Program

• Advanced Registration • Care Today • Time of Passing

Bioskills Lab

Bioskills Lab


When an individual registers and is accepted into the Generations U.S. program,  we are committed to fulfilling their end-of-life wishes of becoming a whole-body donor.   This allows Generations U.S. donors to share their decision with family and friends and alleviate the questions that often accompany end-of-life decisions.  We understand health conditions may change, and the Generations U.S. Guarantee provides reassurance for registered donors.  For more information on the Generations U.S. Registry, please contact us to begin the enrollment process.

Bioskills laboratories simulate hospital and surgery center operating rooms. They provide a safe learning environment for physicians, residents/fellows, advanced healthcare professionals and researchers. In these facilities surgical techniques are perfected, new skills are developed and collaboration occurs to make a positive impact on patient outcomes worldwide.

Current facilities supported by Generations U.S. include the Medical Education and Research Institute of Nevada (MERIN),  Atlanta Institute for Medical Education (AIME) and the Texas Institute of Medical Education (TIME).

In addition to these bioskills locations, Generations U.S. works with medical researchers and educators around the world who are dedicated to advancing medicine and improving the care for patients.

The Generations U.S. program is provided at no cost to donors or their loved ones.   Generations U.S. provides transportation of the donor from the place of passing (if within the transportation range of a Generations U.S. facility), filing of the death certificate and the return of cremated remains.


Download the Generations U.S. Registration Packet

Donation Options:  A.C.T

There are three options for donating to the Generations U.S. program to help meet the needs of donors and their loved ones.


Advanced Registrations

Generations U.S. allows individuals to register in advance for their own donation and cremation. The simple consent process provides nearly anyone over the age of 18 to become part of the Generations U.S. registry.

Care Today

This service provides the patient or family the opportunity to register and be accepted into the Generations U.S. program prior to the time of passing.

Time of Passing

Even if advanced planning was not possible prior to death, whole-body donation is still an option for most who wish to donate.