MyMD Takes on Inflammatory-Related Diseases with MYMD-1

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While still in the early stages of development, Baltimore’s MyMD Pharmaceuticals lead therapeutic compound MYMD-1 appears to have the potential to be a pipeline in a pill that can play a role in multiple autoimmune and fibrotic diseases where inflammation plays a key role.

Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures Boosts Maryland Life Sciences

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Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures (JHTV) has had a significant impact on the Maryland life sciences ecosystem since its founding in 2014, assisting with hundreds of licensed therapeutics in development and backing nearly 200 startups that have collectively nearly $3 billion in venture capital funding, 30% of which has remained in the state.

5 Questions with Alia Poonawala, Executive Director, Hire Hopkins

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Alia Poonawala is the Executive Director of Hire Hopkins, a design-thinking office out of JHU focused on helping companies get access to the best talent possible from across JHU’s 9 divisions. She forms hiring partnerships with companies who are focused on building diversity and equity in their hiring pipelines.

BHCR passes San Francisco in NIH funding

Johns Hopkins University Peabody Research Library
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The National Institutes of Health provides significant funding for drug development research to universities, companies, and organizations. Over the course of 2020, the NIH provided a significant amount of funding to the BioHealth Capital Region.

Anchor Ventures: Shock Trauma & Emergency Medicine Technology

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Trauma, Wound Care, and Emergency Medicine Technology – Impacts in Maryland Dive into Baltimore’s shock trauma and emergency medicine technology ecosystem in a two-part series. Learn about the technologies that [….]

5 Questions with Chad Schneider, PE, MSE, President & Founder of Root3 Labs

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Mr. Schneider is a mechanical design engineer with over 20 years of engineering experience in the design of complex electromechanical prototypes and products. He earned a BS in mechanical engineering with Honors from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a MSE in mechanical engineering from Johns Hopkins University with a focus on haptics and medical robotics. In 2012, he founded Root3 Labs to focus on practical R&D for the medical device and defense industries.

2020 Virtual BioHealth Capital Region Forum Kicks Off October 19th

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The 6th annual Biohealth Capital Region (BHCR) Forum kicks off on October 19th. This year’s event will be held virtually and will bring together the top biotech and life science executives and expert speakers from across the industry, academia, healthcare, government, finance, and real estate development, among others.

Good News – Featuring Johns Hopkins, Longhorn Vaccines and Diagnostics – Coca-Cola, and More…

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Courtesy of Luke Daum, Chief Scientific Officer and Executive VP at Longhorn Vaccines and Diagnostics Good News – Featuring Johns Hopkins, Longhorn Vaccines and Diagnostics, and More… Across the country, [….]