CATEGORY: Tenant News
Dr. Roberto Trujillo, president and chief executive of TruBios and an adjunct faculty member at Johns Hopkins University, told a group of Hispanic doctors and business leaders that biotechnology, creativity and education are critical to the success of the United States and Latin America.
CATEGORY: In The Community
Leslie Ford Weber, interim executive director of Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus, has been appointed to a board of directors executive committee position with the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce.
Nearly $100,000 raised. Thirty-six teams. Approximately 300 participants. If the numbers tell the story, then the story is that the fight against cancer is alive at Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus.
CATEGORY: Academics, In The Community
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute welcomes two new employees: Caitlin Lewis and Michele Gomez.
Lynn Johnson Langer has written a chapter for a textbook geared toward readers who want to learn about leadership and business management in the biotechnology field.
Johns Hopkins University is offering a new degree in Research Administration, which can be completed online.