alumni

Student & Alumni Interview: Mason Song and Alex Harding

Current JHU student, Mason Song, sat with alum, Alex Harding, to discuss Alex’s journey toward his career and reflect on lessons he could relay to Mason and all students interested in the Biotech industry. Mason details this interaction through the latest “Life Design Conversation.” Student: Mason Song As a freshman…
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Kush Mansuria: Teaching English in Indonesia

In July, other 2019 grads were a couple months into their first job or preparing for graduate school. Kush Mansuria, A&S’19, was boarding a plane for Indonesia, ready to explore. Kush is a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Kudus, Central Java Indonesia: a place he’s never been, speaking a language…
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From BME+Comp Sci to Silicon Valley

Bugrahan Cigdemoglu, WSE ’17, had two major goals before coming to JHU. 1) Work in Silicon Valley 2) Immortality. He accomplished his first goal when he was able to turn his summer internship at DNAnexus, a biomedical informatics and data management company in Mountain View, into a full-time offer right…
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Life as an Educational Consultant: Matthew Moores ’16

After graduating with a BA in East Asian Studies (EAS) in 2016, Matthew Moores moved to Beijing to work as an Educational Consultant. Now he’s back in America working as a Senior Educational Consultant for Apolish, one of the largest Chinese educational organizations, which specializes in providing training and consulting…
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How to Healthcare Entrepreneur: Manish Potti, A&S’08

Manish Potti, A&S ’08, is the Co-Founder and President of Innogenix Pharma, an emerging pharmaceutical company which aims to develop, manufacture and commercialize hard-to-manufacture Generic Drugs. He is also a venture capitalist in generic pharmaceutical, biotech, and tech and consumer product industries. When he was at JHU, he was a…
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Alumni: Beghou Consulting, Lani Chun (PhD ’15)

When Lani Chun, PhD ’15, began her program in Biology at Hopkins, she thought she was going to stay in science after graduation. Having worked in various labs, it would’ve been an obvious path. “It became apparent that science involves a lot of grant writing and not much time on…
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First Jobs: Deputy Press Secretary, Office of the Governor

Marisa Brand graduated in December 2017 with a major in Political Science and a minor in Marketing and Communications. She’s currently working as Deputy Press Secretary for the Office of the Governor, Larry Hogan. Her office is based in Annapolis, where the Maryland State government is housed. Learn from her…
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First Jobs: Mechanical Engineer, Oceaneering

Mark Wilson graduated in May 2018 with a major in Mechanical Engineering. He’s currently working at the local office of Oceaneering. Learn from his experience, and meet with similar companies hiring MechE students at the Sept. 20 STEM Career Fair (link will work for STEM majors only), or the Sept….
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