Maryland BioResearch Product Faire™
Meet in person with active researchers at Johns Hopkins University. Educate these researchers on your products and services while you discover their needs, help them find solutions, and build lasting relationships.Read More
Life Science Research Professional in the Greater Baltimore Area are invited to attend the upcoming Johns Hopkins University BioResearch Product Faire™ Science Product Trade Show.
Register to see life science products at:
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Would you like to meet in person with active researchers in the Johns Hopkins University marketplace?
You are invited to educate these researchers about your products and services at the upcoming Hopkins BioResearch Product Faire Event. While you discover what these researchers need, you can help them find product solutions, and build lasting relationships with them.
Ranked 1st for Total R&D Expenditures
Recent Life Science R&D Expenditures: $954,186,000
Recent NIH Funding: $674,583,550
Nearly one million American’s live with Parkinson’s Disease (PD). The direct and indirect costs of Parkinson’s, including treatment, social security payments and lost income, total nearly $25 billion per year in the United States. Medications alone average $2,500 per year per patient. Currently, there is no definitive test for PD and, while there are treatments, there is no cure. With the help of over $7.7 million in NIH funding, the Director of the Morris K. Udall Parkinson’s Disease Research Center at Johns Hopkins, Ted Dawson M.D., Ph.D. hopes to change that.Read More
Half of all sexually active young people will acquire a sexually transmitted disease by the age of 25. According to the Center for Disease Ccontrol (CDC) there are 20 million new cases of sexually transmitted infections (STI) each year. There are more than 110 million Americans currently living with a STI. The direct medical cost to the U.S. healthcare system from these infections is nearly $16 billion every year. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University recently received a $5.1 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to develop a faster and more accurate diagnostic tool for STIs. This device could radically change how sexually transmitted infections are tested and treated.Read More
The Center of Bioengineering Innovation & Design at Johns Hopkins University has recently received the honor to boast the first place winner of the 2011 ASME IShow: a competition inspiring students to invest in their own innovation and entrepreneurialism to develop a sustainable business model of a medical, technological, or robotic nature.