Author: Hanju Lee


Registration is open for the 2015 JHU Bootcamp

Last year, one of the 20 teams (70 participants) founded a vaccine company to produce the new generation HPV vaccine that inoculates against all (~100) variants of the disease (including all cancer causing types) and is cheap to produce. The state-of-the-art is a vaccine that covers 9 types and is costly to produce. Another company coming out of the Bootcamp is a precise delivery mechanism for dermatological stem cells that minimizes cell shearing and therefore dramatically cuts waste and the cost of treatment. Entrepreneurship is energizing. It is fun. It can be profitable. But at Johns Hopkins entrepreneurship saves lives and improves population health and well-being.
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Health Information Technology Companies Participate in DreamIt Health Baltimore,…

For the second year, The Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine are co-sponsoring an opportunity that prepares health information technology startups to present their innovative ideas to the world. DreamIt Health Baltimore is a four-month intensive boot camp program for entrepreneurs, designed to accelerate new product development for health IT startup companies. The program provides six new startups with access to top-tier legal and accounting services, along with opportunities to meet and pitch to angel investors and venture capitalists. Each startup also receives additional seed capital of up to $50,000…

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