Who We Are
The Hopkins Biotech Network is a graduate student run organization across the Johns Hopkins community and beyond working to explore non academic careers for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and early career professionals. HBN is divided into four arms that each explore the biotech community from distinct angles to coordinate educational and experiential events such as career fairs, speaker panels, site visits (now virtual), and of course networking for all early professionals interested in a non academic career. We also welcome members outside of the Hopkins community and support biotech adventurers around the globe. If you enjoy our content or want become a part of the network contact us.
What We Do
HBN’s mission is to clarify the transition from academic science to industry science and in the process strengthen the biotech community. 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.
Who We Serve
HBN serves students and early professionals globally by bridging the gaps between academic bioscience and the greater bioscience industry and commercial community. HBN focuses on providing resources and experiences to enhance our member’s understanding of the biotechnology industry, cutting edge technologies, and all aspects of bio-entrepreneurship.