Next generation cancer diagnostics are poised to change the way that cancer is detected and treated. Ph.D. candidate Roshan Chikarmane shares his perspectives on the teams and technologies that are leading the charge.
On Sept. 23, 2019, Sam Hopkins, Commercialization Academy manager, and Jessica Miciak, Ph.D. candidate in cellular and molecular medicine at The Johns Hopkins University, provided an overview of the Commercialization Academy — a learning opportunity for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows interested in the commercial assessment and marketing of Johns Hopkins technologies.
Oct 24, 2019
While entering a clinic room one day, I closely followed the attending physician as she greeted the patient and made introductions. That morning I was participating in a form of learning that is all too common in medical school: passive observation. “Now let me just pull up the note,” the doctor said to the patient, […]
Sep 7, 2018
“Now that would be an amazing app for patients!” she exclaimed to her colleague. “Agreed. We could have our own little startup on the side,” he replied. I was wandering the halls of the hospital for the first time in months, and overhearing this short snippet of conversation led me to reflect on all I […]
May 17, 2018
Have you ever been working in the lab and developed a technique or an assay that you think could be marketable? Would you know what to do to bring it to market? Many scientists don’t have much business experience, making it difficult to take an idea and turn it into a product. Thankfully, this is […]
Jun 2, 2017
What have been your experiences with journal clubs? It may depend on the group, your expertise and your stage of training, but overall, journal clubs can be a way to keep up to date on recent publications, read about studies through the perspectives of experts outside of your field and serve as a training opportunity […]
Dec 7, 2015