Center for Biotechnology Education
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Baltimore, MD 21218

At Johns Hopkins, Nicole Glaser-George is a Program Coordinator and senior lecturer for the MS in Biotechnology and MS in Regenerative and Stem Cell Technologies programs.

A National Institute on Aging Women’s Scientist Association Fellow Award nominee, Glaser-George is well-versed in a multitude of laboratory techniques, including cell culturing, Luciferase reporter assays, and DNA laddering. Glaser-George’s teaching experience began when she served as a teaching assistant for biology courses at Lafayette College, where she earned her undergraduate degree. She later went on to teach biology and human heredity at Howard Community College and has been with the Johns Hopkins Center for Biotechnology Education since 2016.

Glaser-George earned a doctorate in biochemistry from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in the Laboratory of Cardiovascular Science at the National Institute on Aging’s Gerontology Research Center.


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