In the field of Biotechnology, the focus on cell & gene therapy continues to advance our potential to improve lives.
Biotechnology is a rapidly growing field, especially in the state of Maryland.
The world of Biotechnology is transforming every day. Keeping up on the latest trends and research is a must for biotech professionals who want to create impact in an ever-changing landscape.
One of the best outcomes for a graduate student is to end up in a position within their field due in part to the knowledge they gained in and out of the classroom.
As a public research university, UMBC is dedicated to breaking research barriers in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and STEM.
Biotechnologists work with cutting edge methods in order to solve world problems in various biotechnology sectors. Find out which area is perfect for you.
UMBC’s Geography and Environmental Systems programs prepare their students for careers that will help them fight environmental issues such as global warming, energy conservation, and other climate changes.
This Fall semester, UMBC is offering an exciting course available as a credit and a non-credit course: Brewing I: From Raw Materials To Fermentable Wort. For M.P.S. students, the course is named Emerging Topics in Biotechnology (BTEC 655).
Recently, we sat down with Concetta Dudley, J.D., M.B.E., program director of UMBC’s graduate program in Biotechnology. She shared her insights about the Biotechnology industry, why it’s an exciting time to be in it, how professionals can best enter into the field, and her personal journey to her career at UMBC.
In this episode of UMBC’s Mic’d Up Podcast, we’re joined by Irina Ramos, Ph.D. to discuss breaking boundaries and innovating in Biotechnology. In her role as Senior Manager at AstraZeneca and as a UMBC graduate faculty member, she works hard to create impactful change in the world.