August 2020: BioBuzz: Johns Hopkins University's Biomedical Careers Initiative, a Robust PhD Talent Pipeline for the Region's Life Science Industry. Read more at the Biobuzz website.
April 2018: Journey to Science Policy and Beyond
Hopkins PhD student Leah Cairns shares her personal journey in exploring science policy careers. Read more at the NIH BEST Blog.
November 2016: How to Find the Science Career for You
Thoughtful tips for aspiring PhD students, those who are currently in a graduate program, and recent grads and postdocs. Read more at ASM's Blog.
June 2016: Breaking Out of the Academic Pipeline
For over a century, the School of Medicine has excelled at training students for academic research. Now, BCI and the Professional Development and Career Office are accelerating the careers of Hopkins trainees interested in non-academic careers. Read more in Cell.
May 2016: Making the Most of School
Agencies and institutions strive to better prepare graduate students and postdocs for futures in academia and beyond. Read more at The Scientist.
March 2016: BCI Internships: A Johns Hopkins Resource for Stepping Away from the Bench
Two students take advantage of BCI internships to explore potential career paths outside of academia. Read more in Biomedical Odyssey.
September 2015: Charting a Course Outside the Academy
The Biomedical Careers Initiative is helping graduate students explore diverse opportunities. Read more in the September issue of Dome.
February 2015: All Aboard!
The Institute for Basic Biomedical Sciences highlights the efforts of the BCI program to offer career exploration resources for current students and showcases alumni who chose careers outside academic research. Read more at Science News.
December 2014: Boosting Business
The Biomedical Careers Initiative Internship Program was showcased in a recent article by Kendall Powell. Read more at Nature.
September 2013: Shifting Paradigms in Graduate Biomedical Education
The Biomedical Careers Initiative is at the forefront of educational innovation at Johns Hopkins. Read more at IBBS News and Stories.