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At Johns Hopkins, Lynn Johnson Langer is a senior lecturer for the MS in Organizational Leadership program.

Langer also is managing partner at BioPlan Associates, where she heads the organization development team. She was most recently executive dean of academic programs at the National Institutes of Health’s graduate school, the Foundation of Advanced Education in the Sciences. Prior to joining FAES, Langer was at Johns Hopkins University for 17 years, as acting associate dean, senior lecturer, full-time faculty member, and director of enterprise, entrepreneurship, international, and regulatory science programs in the Center for Biotechnology Education. Langer is an executive coach, organization development consultant, and adjunct faculty member at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, in addition to her role at Johns Hopkins University. She has published more than 70 articles and book chapters, primarily in biotechnology business and leadership.

She is passionate about helping to preserve, protect, and restore the Chesapeake Bay and served as the chair of the board of the Arundel Rivers Federation. Langer was appointed by the Maryland governor to serve on the board of directors of the Maryland Technology Development Corporation. She previously served on the FAES board of directors. She served as chair of the board and was president of Women In Bio, an organization of professionals committed to fostering leadership and encouraging entrepreneurship and career development of women active in the life science industry.

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