HBN’s mission is to create a stronger biotech community which addresses the interests of its members. We at HBN focus on critical issues in biotechnology and seek to bridge the gap between the three main stakeholders in the biotech field: industry, academia, and government.

Upcoming Events

Entrepreneurship Virtual Event with IndieBio

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Interested in entrepreneurship? Attend a virtual event featuring the IndieBio team, Learn the difference between an academic and entrepreneurial mindset and how the IndieBio program can help you build a…

HBN-CASSS Mentor Match Program – Open application due Aug 10th

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Are you interested in a non-academic career in the biotech/pharmaceutical industry? Want to learn more about the types of careers available, and how to transition into those roles? Looking to…

HBN-CASSS Mentor Match Program – Virtual Info Session on July 27th

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Are you interested in a non-academic career in the biotech/pharmaceutical industry? Want to learn more about the types of careers available, and how to transition into those roles? Looking to…

Join Kite for their Cell Therapy Virtual Recruiting Event on July 29th – Register Now!

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Do you go to work every day with the feeling that you are changing the world? If you are a Cell Therapy Specialist at Kite, you sure do.    Join…

News & Featured Newsletter Articles

Newest board member of the Hopkins Biotech Network, Jessica Joseph, gives a perspective on why young scientists are excited about industry and entrepreneurship

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The Ph.D. Scientist Beyond Academia: A Perspective on Why Young Scientists are Excited About Industry and Entrepreneurship By Jessica Joseph 10/16/17 For those whose careers have been entirely in academia,…

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