Lynn Johnson Langer
Lynn Johnson Langer PhD, MBA, [Full-time JHU faculty] is Director of Regulatory Science and Enterprise Programs that includes the Master of Science in Regulatory Science, the MS in Biotechnology/MBA, the MS in Biotechnology Enterprise & Entrepreneurship and Regulatory Science concentrations and the Certificate in Biotechnology Enterprise. Dr. Langer is on the board of directors of TEDCO, the Maryland Technology Development Corporation. She is also on the board of directors and is President emeritus of Women In Bio, an organization of professionals committed to fostering and encouraging entrepreneurship and career development of women active in the life science industry.
She attended Tulane University and the University of Maryland for her undergraduate degree in microbiology. She later received her MBA from Johns Hopkins University, and received the Stegman Award for academic excellence in Administrative Science. She received her PhD in Leadership and Change from Antioch University. Dr. Langer has headed the sales and marketing department of several biotechnology companies and worked as a consultant in the bioscience industry. She founded BioPlan Associates, a management and marketing consulting firm and has worked extensively with leading biomedical and high technology companies. She has published over fifty articles and several book chapters mainly in business areas of biotechnology and has taught a variety of graduate courses in biotechnology and business. Dr. Langer teaches Leading Change in Biotechnology, Managing and Leading Biotechnology Professionals, Bioscience Communication, Emerging Issues in Biotechnology, Marketing Aspects of Biotechnology and Proseminar in Biotechnology.