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Lynn Johnson Langer and Emil Wang Attended the 2nd International Biotechnology Conference

2nd International Biotechnology Conference

Dr. Lynn Johnson Langer, Director of the Biotechnology Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Program, and Dr. Emil Wang, Program Coordinator and Sr. Lecturer at the Center for Biotechnology Education, attended a conference in Chile last week. The conference was 2nd AmCham International Biotechnology Conference / Exploring Entrepreneurship: Regulation, Financing and Opportunities.

Interview with Master of Biotechnology Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Alum Dr. Sotirios Stergiopoulos

Dr. Sotirios Stergiopoulos

Sotirios G. Stergiopoulos, MD, is physician trained in Internal Medicine and Cancer genetics from the National Institutes of Health, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Harvard Medical School. Sotirios has held various clinical academic faculty positions. Sotirios has been elected to the Sigma Xi Research Society as well as the prestigious New York Academy of Medicine and read more…

MS in Government Analytics Alum Zachary Hanson Publishes New Book

One of our distinguished Government Analytics alumni, Zachary Hanson, has just published a new book: The Art of Being Artificially Intelligent: A Millenial’s Guide to Faking It Till You Make It. About the book: It can be difficult to attain lofty goals and aspirations, especially for the millennial generation. The Art of Being Artificially Intelligent: A Millennial’s read more…

MLA Program Alum Edward Gillespie and His Unique Approach to Police Officer Training

The Atlantic published an article about a 2004 Master of Liberal Arts Program Graduate, Edward Gillespie, and his unique, humanities-driven approach to police officer training in Baltimore. What Police Can Learn From Literature: The Baltimore Cops Studying Plato and James Baldwin Gillespie teaches a curriculum that includes literature, philosophy, and history. “You can get so into the read more…

Emerging Opportunities in Biotechnology 2017

Emerging Opportunities in Biotechnology 2017

The Center for Biotechnology Education invited four alums to discuss their experiences while pursuing 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…

Applied Economics Faculty Lecture Series: Dr. Mark Prell on Food Stamps

Mark Prell

Advanced Academics Programs Master of Science in Applied Economics Applied Economics Faculty Lecture Series Dr. Mark Prell The Economics of SNAP (Food Stamps) and the Great Block Grant Debate: Hamilton vs. Jefferson vs. Southworth October 20th, 2017 View View all lectures from this series.

Cultural Heritage Management Podcasts: Brian Michael Lione

Brian Lione

Heritage Unbounded: Explore Global Heritage Issues, No Borders, Just Microphones Our most recent podcast: Episode 17-01 An interview with Brian Michael Lione Conflict in the Middle East poses unique challenges to local heritage, join us as we talk with Brian Michael Lione, an adjunct faculty member in the Cultural Heritage Management program and the Iraq 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…

MA in Film and Media Student, Taura Musgrove, on WYPR

Taura Musgrove

WYPR (88.1 Your NPR News Station) “Why Baltimore” program featured Taura Musgrove, Advanced Academics Programs Master of Arts in Film and Media student. Taura talks about her app, Freedom Fighter, which uses augmented reality to tell the story of Baltimore civil rights icon, Dr. Lillie May Carroll Jackson. Listen