Target Audience Researchers who understand statistical concepts and have perhaps conducted analyses using Excel, SPSS, or similar, but have little to no experience using R. Upon Completing The Workshop, Attendees [….]
This remote rigorous three-day program is ideal for basic research and translational biology scientists who are looking for a balanced theoretical vs. laboratory introduction to CRISPR toolkit. Taught by active [….]
This two day live remote program is ideal for basic research and translational biology scientists who work with antibodies on a regular basis. This program which focuses on the types [….]
This workshop will be held live on May 4, 11, 18, 2021 (5:30PM-8:00PM) Overview This workshop will provide an introduction to working with text data in R and explore various [….]
This four day live remote program is ideal for research and translational biology scientists who are looking for a balanced theoretical and introduction to isolation, quantitation, analysis and engineering of [….]
5 Questions with Nivedita Hegdekar, Scientific Writer, and Communications Co-Chair for the Women in Bio Capital Region Chapter
Nivedita ‘Niv’ Hegdekar is a graduate student at the University of Maryland, Baltimore pursuing a dual degree in biomedical sciences and patent law. Prior to joining her PhD program, she obtained her degree in pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences from the prestigious Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, India.
Natalie McKinney is a marketing strategy leader with 15+ years of experience in life sciences and technology organizations. She uses data-driven, customer-centric approaches to gain a deep understanding of dynamic customer needs and drivers. She enjoys leveraging internal and external relationships to build a holistic customer view and gains alignment on high-impact, right-sized product and marketing investments that are timed appropriately for the market.
Danielle Kalkofen is a molecular cell biologist and biochemist with 15 years of industry and academic experience. In 2015, she turned her focus to biological assay development, leading cross-functional teams to develop, validate, and commercialize new pathogen detection assay products.
This three-day live remote programlive remote program is ideal for researchers interested in developing neural lineages from iPSCs. Team taught by active researchers from Johns Hopkins, the NIH, the FDA, [….]
Montgomery College’s Bio-Trac Biotechnology Program Offering Rigorous Life Science Professional Development Lineup this Spring and Fall
Bio-TracⓇ is a leading biotechnology-focused professional development and workforce training program located at Montgomery College’s Bioscience Education Center (BEC). The program nurtures and supports the BioHealth Capital Region (BHCR) talent pipeline as well as national and international academic, government, and private research institutions.