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The Annual Nano-Bio Symposium

The Annual Nano-Bio Symposium is our signature event to showcase and celebrate the latest discoveries in nanoscience from our multidisciplinary researcher teams. It brings students and top scholars from Hopkins, other institutions, and industry together to network, share knowledge and ideas, and foster new collaborations. 

The theme for the 2019 Nano-Bio Symposium is Translation of Nano & Bio Research. More details to come. 

Registration

Registration is open and required for all attendees and poster participants. 

Poster Session

Read our poster guidelines before signing up for the poster session. Poster registration closes April 19, 2019. Have your poster title prepared when you register. 

Agenda

See our full Symposium Agenda

Speakers

Darlene Solomon – Chief Scientific Officer and Senior Vice President, Agilent Technologies

Phil Vanek – General Manager for  Cell Therapy Strategy at GE Healthcare

Michael Tsapatsis – Bloomberg Distinguished Professor, Professor at Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Jordan Green – co-founder and CTO for AsclepiX Therapeutics; Professor at Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, 

Neil Cohen – Chairman of Emerald Development Managers

Sashank Reddy – Medical Director, JHTV

Sponsors

We are thankful to the following sponsors:
Agilent Technologies, Inc
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Milipore Sigma
Gallagher
Metro Acoustics

 

Symposium Videos

 

The Undergraduate Research Symposium: Innovation Through Engineering

Join us for our 4th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium. This student-organized symposium displays an array of research from science and engineering undergraduates in the Hopkins community. The symposium also provides a forum for students to engage with one another, graduate students, faculty, and industry representatives in a professional setting to discuss research topics and original ideas.  

Agenda 

Details on the 2019 symposium coming later in the year.

Registration

Registration to present a poster is closed. Registration to attend the symposium is not required. 

Poster Awards

TBD

Inquiries

Contact our Director of Academic Programs, Camille Mathis, at cmathis@jhu.edu.

 
 
 

 

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