Biotechnology Education

Emerging Opportunities in Biotechnology 2017

Emerging Opportunities in Biotechnology 2017

The Center for Biotechnology Education invited four alums to discuss their experiences while pursing their MS degrees and career paths and industry opportunities provided by their MS degrees. From left to right: Martin Mao (MS Bioscience Regulatory Affairs – currently MS Regulatory Science), Project Manager for Astra Zeneca; Gopi Vyas (MS Bioinformatics), Bioinformatics Analyst II read more…

Dr. Lynn Johnson Langer Published New Articles

Lynn Johnson Langer

Dr. Lynn Johnson Langer, Director of the Biotechnology Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Program at the Johns Hopkins Center for Biotechnology Education, recently published two articles: Langer, L.J., Developing Global Biotechnology Enterprise, Entrepreneurship and Regulatory Science Programs: Profile from The Center for Biotechnology Education at Johns Hopkins University, Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship, Vol. 4, Issue 2, pp read more…

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

Hidden Figures

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.

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

MS in Regulatory Science

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…