Biotechnology Education

Center For Biotechnology Instructor and Three Graduates Published by PLOS ONE

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The Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Programs Center for Biotechnology Education is proud to announce the recent publishing of the paper “Patterns of Use and Impact of Standardised MedDRA Query Analyses on the Safety Evaluation and Review of New Drug and Biologics License Applications” by a student group led by AAP instructor Dr. Christopher D. Breder. read more…

“Hidden Figures” Film Screening Sparks Conversation on Women, Minorities in Science

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The panelists noted that although the number of women earning undergraduate degrees in the sciences is rising steadily, their trajectory to senior positions hasn’t followed suit. “For leadership positions, the numbers for women at the top is woefully low,” said Lynn Johnson Langer, Director of Regulatory Science and Enterprise Programs for JHU’s Advanced Academic Programs. Read more read more…

Lynn Johnson Langer and Debra Bowes at Women In Bio DC/Baltimore Chapter’s Holiday Gala

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AAP’s Program Director for Regulatory Science and Enterprise Programs, Lynn Johnson Langer, as well as one of our students, Debra Bowes (Masters in Biotechnology Enterprise and Entrepreneurship) will be speakers at Women In Bio DC/Baltimore Chapter’s Holiday Gala. Both will be discussing their leadership experience and present the WIB Scholarship award. Register for the event.

MS in Biotechnology Students among the Winners of the CAI-NASA SPACE RACE Competition

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Team Genetoo, composed of several students from the AAP MS in Biotechnology program, won a startup competition, sponsored by NASA and the Center For Advancing Innovation (CAI). Genetoo focused its efforts on a NASA patent, entitled “Surface Particle Contamination Mitigation Methods,” designed to deliver technology able to significantly impact healthcare in the United States and read more…

Washington Post Publishes Article about MS in Regulatory Science Program

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The Washington Post publishes an article about our MS in Regulatory Science program: “Regulatory science degrees help researchers think outside the lab.” “Learning about the entire total product life cycle at the Johns Hopkins program really helped me to understand all the facets of product development and regulatory approval pathways,” says Jonathan Helfgott, who also read more…

Women in Bio Presents Women’s History Month Event: “Women Investing in Women”

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Women in Bio DC/Baltimore Presents a Women’s History Month Event: “Women Investing in Women,” March 17, 2016. Every year in March, Women In Bio celebrates Women’s History Month (WHM) with events highlighting the most pressing issues for women in the biosciences/technology field. This year’s theme is “Expanding the 50-50 Challenge,” and the WIB-DC/Baltimore chapter WHM read more…

Alumni Feature: Roxana Trimbitas

Roxana Trimbitas: Increasing the International Footprint of Hopkins Biotech Late 2014, Roxana was second author on a paper published in the European Journal of Public Health. The project was completed in Morocco. Roxana, who recently began working as Medical Science Liaison for the Danish pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk, has some things to say about her read more…