health sciences

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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Research stories: Yossef Baidi, Sfanos Lab

Yossef Baidi, a recent Chemistry graduate, spent his senior year delving into cancer research at the Sfanos Lab. This research was partially funded through one of our grants, which will re-open in fall. He works as a research associate in the Neal lab within the Cancer Program at the Broad…
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Research Stories: Hanna Hong, Otolaryngology Research Assistant

Hanna Hong, a recent molecular and cellular biology grad, spent her spring working as an otolaryngology research assistant in the Department of Head & Neck Surgery at the Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center. Her research was funded through one of our funding grants, which are re-open in fall. She’ll be pursuing…
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Hired: Sophia Way, West Monroe Partners

Sophia Way, senior Public Health major with a minor in Economics, will join West Monroe Partners as a Healthcare and Life Sciences Consultant in Chicago. She talks to us about her responsibilities as a consultant, as well as her advice for students interested in going into consulting. Find all the…
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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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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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Nov. 5-15: Health Sciences Career Spotlight

The Health Sciences Career Academy is the most popular at JHU, covering pre-med and public health students, as well as bio, neuroscience, BME and more. All students can explore possible job shadowing and internships, post-grad options including med or professional school, and more. Find the full list of events by…
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Apply to Intersession Career Treks Now

All five Career Center intersession treks to companies are now open on Handshake. Each trek is a little different–some include one to two weeks of Homewood coursework where students meet with alumni and learn about the industry, while others are primarily a series of company visits. Most treks come with…
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Improve Lives at Kennedy Krieger Institute

Kennedy Krieger Institute is a Hopkins-affiliated institute that is focused on helping children fulfill their potential through special education and research, particularly children with pediatric developmental disabilities and disorders of the brain, spinal cord and musculoskeletal system. There are many different departments within the institute that offer rich and diverse…
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