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JH Malaria Research Institute Presents Young Scientists Meeting

CATEGORY: Academics, Research

Approximately 150 young scientists – mostly in their 20s and 30s – met for a one-day malaria symposium at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus to hear from a keynote speaker, view presentations from students and post-docs, and network with their peers.

Experimental Ebola treatment Has its Roots at Johns Hopkins

CATEGORY: Academics, Research

In August of 2014, a small biotech company in San Diego with just nine employees became international news. Mapp Biopharmaceutical appeared to have a cure for Ebola. Called ZMapp, the experimental treatment was given to two American aid workers infected with the deadly virus. The patients survived, and a media frenzy ensued.

AnalytiCon Discovery Joins Johns Hopkins University's Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: Research

AnalytiCon Discovery, a research and development company focusing on products made from natural materials, joined the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus in May.

Symposium Highlights Biotech Students' Research

CATEGORY: Academics, Research

The 9th Annual Research Symposium brought together teenage students just starting to delve into research, master’s degree students ready to take their research to the next level and a highly regarded alumnus who is now a vice president at Secant Medical.

Biotech Enterprise Students to Consult for MedImmune

CATEGORY: Academics, Research

Johns Hopkins University and MedImmune, one of the largest biotechnology companies in the region, have teamed up for an innovative, $6.5 million research collaboration, and eight students in the Master’s in Biotechnology Enterprise and Entrepreneurship practicum are directly involved. They will be doing their practicum projects with MedImmune.

High-Speed Data Transfer Services Point of Presence Located on Campus

CATEGORY: Research, In The Community, Tenant News

Mid-Atlantic Crossroads launches high-speed, big data transfer services with a point of presence at Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus.

Campus Hosts 2013 '270 Research Corridor' Biomedical Symposium and Equipment Exhibit

CATEGORY: Research, In The Community

The 2013 “270 Research Corridor” Biomedical Symposium and Equipment Exhibit brought biotech companies from around the country to Johns Hopkins Montgomery County Campus for a trade show that featured more than 30 biomedical science companies.

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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