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Take the Biotech Workforce Survey

CATEGORY: Academics, Tenant News

Please take a few minutes to complete this survey in full so we can gather the most accurate information on factors such as salary and compensation trends, career advancement data, the most desired employer benefits, successful job seeker tools and strategies, as well as much more.

Gazette: Great Seneca Science Corridor Labs Consider Cyberinfrastructure

CATEGORY: Tenant News

Research organizations in the Great Seneca Life Sciences Corridor are considering the creation of a common cyberinfrastructure that would facilitate sharing and spur innovative ideas.

Equilibrium working with ProMetic BioProduction on GMP Manufacturing Facility

CATEGORY: Tenant News

Congratulations to Jason Rifkin and his company, Equilibrium, for their work with ProMetic BioProduction.

BRNI, Neurotrope BioScience Team Up to Battle Alzheimer's Disease

CATEGORY: Tenant News

Blanchette Rockefeller Neurosciences Institute recently formed a partnership with Neurotrope BioScience to confront and tackle the devastating reality of Alzheimer’s disease.

Campus Executive Director Accepts Chamber's Visionary Award

CATEGORY: In The Community, Tenant News

Johns Hopkins Montgomery County has received the 2013 Visionary Award from the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce. Before an audience of hundreds at the Chamber’s Annual Awards Dinner, Campus Executive Elaine Amir thanked the Chamber for the recognition, thanked Montgomery County for having the foresight to establish the campus in the 1985 and applauded County Executive Ike Leggett for his encouragement and support.

Advocating for Children, Families with Mental Health Needs

CATEGORY: Tenant News

Sandra Spencer jokes about becoming a regular visitor to the White House. But the reason for her four trips in roughly six months is nothing but serious: to talk to President Obama and his advisers about children’s mental health.

TruBios Partner Elected to National Academy of Sciences

CATEGORY: Tenant News

Vanderlei Salvador Bagnato was elected a member of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States. Bagnato invented the Cerca device with Roberto Trujillo, chief executive of TruBios, a biotech company located on the Johns Hopkins Montgomery County Campus.

BioSciCon on Mission to Help India with Oral Cancer Prevention

CATEGORY: Research, Featured, Tenant News

During his annual trips to visit his father’s grave in a cemetery in the former Yugoslavia, Dr. Nenad Markovic would walk into the cemetery’s candle shop and talk to the same saleswoman. Markvovic, then a young medical student, noticed something on the saleswoman’s lip that didn’t look normal. He suggested she get it checked out.

TEDCO Offers Advice to JHU MCC Entrepreneurs

CATEGORY: Research, Tenant News

The buzz in the room was electrifying. Entrepreneurs were hugging, smiling, greeting one another warmly.

TruBios Wins Award

CATEGORY: Research, Tenant News

Congratulations to Roberto Trujillo and the TruBios team for winning an award for their CERCA Solutions device.

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