Biotech Enterprise Students to Consult for MedImmune

Posted in Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Biotechnology Enterprise and Entrepreneurship, Regulatory Science

Biotech Entrep Students

From left to right: Wei-chin Hsu, MBEE student, Dr. Paul Rothman Dean of Medical Faculty and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, Ronald J. Daniels, President of JHU, Sarah Long, MBEE student, Armando Salim Munoz Abraham, MBEE student and Dr. Bahija Jallal Executive Vice President of MedImmune

Johns Hopkins University and MedImmune, one of the largest biotechnology companies in the DC area, have teamed up for an innovative, $6.5 million research collaboration, and eight students in the Master’s in Biotechnology Enterprise and Entrepreneurship practicum are directly involved.

They will be doing their practicum projects with MedImmune.

See more about the project here.