Research at INBT

The INBT is an exceptionally diverse, multidisciplinary team of experts using their collective skills and knowledge to push research boundaries. Working together at the interfaces of nanoscience, engineering, biology, and medicine, their results help to uncover new knowledge, creating innovative technologies, and pioneer new ways to solve some of the most complex challenges in the healthcare and the environment. Learn more…

Translation at INBT

Corporate participation at the INBT ensures that emerging technologies moves from laboratory to the marketplace, as well as provide a vehicle for open exchange between Hopkins researchers and students with their counterparts in industry. INBT seeks to work with established and newly-formed companies to transfer Hopkins-created technologies to market and provide Hopkins expertise to solve industry challenges. Learn more…

Summer of Science In Belgium

Every summer, five INBT students are immersed in biomedical research with experts from imec, a world-class microfabrication facility in Leuven, Belgium. The goal is to cultivate their perceptions of global challenges in STEM, learn how to collaborate with international partners, and develop their research skills. Follow their research and cultural journey through their own words in our student blogs.

News

Events

Sep
24
Tue
Women in Cancer Research Seminar Series: Sarah Amend
Sep 24 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Sarah Amend is an Assistant Professor, partnering with Dr. Ken Pienta to study the ecology of cancer.  She was a post-doctoral fellow in the lab and received her undergraduate degree from N.C. State University in Biological Sciences and did her Ph.D. thesis work on contributions of the microenvironment to bone resident cancer at Washington University in St. Louis. She is studying the role of the malignant cancer niche in inducing cancer cell biodiversity.

Location and details of the talk to come.

Nov
7
Thu
5th Annual INBT Undergraduate Research Symposium @ JHU Homewood campus, Glass Pavilion
Nov 7 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
5th Annual INBT Undergraduate Research Symposium @ JHU Homewood campus, Glass Pavilion

Save the date for our 5th Annual Undergraduate Symposium. Details about poster registration and the event to come.

Read about last years’ symposium.