Celebrating and nurturing the community of Johns Hopkins women whose academic ingenuity will change the world.

The Johns Hopkins community is rich with female pioneers in myriad fields striving to impact the world. Yet women are underrepresented in commercialization here and across the academic community.

JHTV is eager to support women across campus in bringing their research to fruition through applied research, translation, and entrepreneurship. Learn about resources available nationally and across Johns Hopkins campus.

Join the movement.


Nominate the Next Generation of Innovators

Do you know a Johns Hopkins woman (student, faculty, or staff) who is breaking major ground in applied research? Is there a rockstar investigator or entrepreneur that you look up to? Is there an emerging innovation you mentor or are simply rooting for? Complete the form below to nominate her to be featured on our site.

  • Please note: Submissions are anonymous.


We recently concluded all events for the year with Pitch It On!, a virtual pitch competition featuring Johns Hopkins women inventors. We are interested in your ideas for future events, please reach out to us with your feedback.


National, local, and Johns Hopkins groups and programs available to women innovators.


Gertrude Stein Society
A student-led organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and allied members of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions.

The Office of Women in Science and Medicine
A faculty-focused group dedicated to the advancement of women faculty that serves to network women at all ranks in all Johns Hopkins School of Medicine departments and provides educational programs.

Women of Whiting
A student-led group that provides women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields with community building, networking, mentorship, and professional development opportunities.


The American Medical Women’s Association
A local, national, and international organization that advances women in medicine by providing and developing leadership, advocacy, education, expertise, mentoring, and strategic alliances.

A virtual mentor program and pitch competition designed to take national action around the disparity of women academic inventors forming university startups. Presented by Washington University in St. Louis’ Office of Technology Management and Osage University Partners.

Microsoft Research PhD Fellowship
A two-year fellowship for PhD students at U.S. universities pursuing tech research. Candidates must be nominated, current students who are underrepresented in the field of computing.