Center for Biotechnology Education
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At Johns Hopkins, Larry Hampton is a lecturer for the Master of Biotechnology Enterprise and Entrepreneurship, MS in Biotechnology, and MS in Regulatory Science programs.

Hampton has extensive experience in the federal government, pharmaceutical industry, and academia and currently serves as a senior regulatory compliance manager for Pfizer Global Services. His responsibilities include audits and inspections, regulatory responses, and managing inspectional readiness teams for one of the largest and most complex pharmaceutical manufacturing sites in the Pfizer network. He has also been involved with implementing a Supervisor Development Program for Pfizer employees and a Pfizer Fellowship program for undergraduate students.

Prior to joining Pfizer, Hampton spent twelve years with the federal government, working in biomedical research at the National Institutes of Health. He then completed his master’s degree working with scientists at the National Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. His early work experience included time in analytical research laboratories at Merck and in Sandoz’s quality control group.

In addition to his teaching for JHU’s Advanced Academic Programs division, Hampton teaches a course on Leadership in Biotechnology for JHU’s Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and analytical chemistry and chemistry-related courses at North Carolina Wesleyan University.

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