Three New Members with Ties to Johns Hopkins Appointed to National Cancer Advisory Board by President Biden

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WASHINGTON – Today, President Biden announced the appointment of seven distinguished clinicians and researchers to the National Cancer Advisory Board, which plays an important role in guiding the Director of the National Cancer Institute in setting the course for the national cancer research program. President Biden is committed to ending cancer as we know it – including by making sure his Administration is investing in research and development that will help advance breakthroughs to prevent, detect, and treat diseases like cancer. The National Cancer Advisory Board will compliment the Administration’s efforts to build on the spirit and learnings of the Cancer Moonshot, which President Biden led in the Obama-Biden Administration.

400+ Inventions, Millions In Revenues Touted By Hopkins Start-Ups

JHTV Annual Report
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“Fiscal Year 2021 was an extraordinary one for Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures despite the challenges of the pandemic,” Executive Director Christy Wyskiel told BioBuzz in an email. “We took full advantage of the momentum from the last few years.”

Billions Pour into BioHealth Capital Region to Battle COVID-19

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Over the past nine months, more than $7 billion in federal funding has poured into the BioHealth Capital Region aimed at the battle against COVID-19 and has shown a spotlight on the broad impact biopharma life science companies and academic institutions are making in the fight against the pandemic.

Johns Hopkins University’s Biomedical Careers Initiative, a Robust Ph.D. Talent Pipeline for the Region’s Life Science Industry

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For Ph.D. students, deciding to leave the familiar environment of academia to pursue a career in the industry can be daunting. Often, Ph.D. students are so engrossed in their academic work they are simply unsure of what non-academic opportunities are out there and don’t know how to explore or test these options.

Healthcare Systems Rise Up to Develop Innovative Solutions to COVID-19 Testing Shortages

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Healthcare Systems Rise Up to Develop Innovative Solutions to COVID-19 Testing Shortages The availability of reliable, high-quality testing and the capacity to turn around results quickly remain two areas of [….]