Dr. Lynn Johnson Langer’s Chapter in Biotechnology Entrepreneurship Published

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

Dr. Lynn Johnson Langer, Director of the Enterprise & Regulatory Science Programs at the Johns Hopkins Center for Biotechnology Education, recently contributed a chapter to Biotechnology Entrepreneurship: Starting, Managing, and Leading Biotech Companies edited by Craig Shimasaki. Dr. Johnson Langer’s chapter is entitled, “Characteristics of Successful Biotechnology Leaders”.

According to the publisher, “Biotechnology Entrepreneurship and Management supports the international community in training the biotechnology leaders of tomorrow. Outlining fundamental concepts vital to graduate students and practitioners entering the biotech industry in management or in any entrepreneurial capacity, Biotechnology Entrepreneurship and Management provides tested strategies and hard-won lessons from a leading board of educators and practitioners. An engaging and user-friendly style is complemented by diverse diagrams, graphics and business flow charts with decision trees to support effective management and decision making.”

The Johns Hopkins Master of Biotechnology Enterprise and Entrepreneurship and MS in Regulatory Science programs address the enterprise and regulatory challenges organizations face in the biotechnology industry. The curriculum reflects the interdisciplinary nature of the biotechnology industry in the areas of science, regulation and enterprise. If you are interested in learning more about these programs, please submit an online request form.