Bridges to Biotechnology and Bioentrepreneurship: Improving Diversity in the Biotechnology Sector
A summer pipeline program provides under-represented students from around the United States with exposure and first-hand training to advance their careers in the biotechnology industry.
Nature Biotechnology is a monthly journal covering the science and business of biotechnology. It publishes new concepts in technology/methodology of relevance to the biological, biomedical, agricultural, and environmental sciences as well as covers the commercial, political, ethical, legal, and societal aspects of this research.
In the Career Feature for Nature Biotechnology, Dr. Angelita Howard, assistant dean for Online Education and Expanded Programs and assistant professor, Dr. James Lillard, senior Associate Dean for Research, Innovation and Commercialization, and Kaylin M. Carey, department of Microbiology, Biochemistry & Immunology, have co-authored “Bridges to biotechnology and Bioentrepreneurship: Improving Diversity in the Biotechnology Sector.” The piece focuses on Morehouse School of Medicine’s Online Education and Expanded Program’s summer pipeline program.