The OnPoint Ventilation team developed Bronchosleeve, designed to reduce complications associated with common chest surgery procedure
The team developed the Bronchosleeve, a novel catheter to improve a common chest surgery procedure.
Johns Hopkins' FastForward U and a growing cadre of alumni help student entrepreneurs every step of the way—even if all they have is an idea.
The inaugural recipients of the fellowship will be supported in their entrepreneurship endeavors with $100,000 in funding and a $40,000 salary stipend.
Thirty-five competing teams pitched startup ideas to solve real-world problems in health care, housing access, public health, and more.
The awards will help launch student-run software ventures by providing teams with the resources needed to translate their innovative concepts into viable products.
Hopkins was the only university with three teams in the semifinals of the competition, which simulates the process of raising venture capital for new technologies.
Alumnae Mecca McDonald and Mia Dunn go viral with their Mo.Na. Gems bioplastic jewelry.
Meet the recent Johns Hopkins graduates who dreamed up an edible burrito tape, propelling them to national media attention in the process
“While FastForward U has its own pitch competitions and events, we also serve as a hub of innovation and entrepreneurship for all Johns Hopkins students."
ReBokeh, a student startup developing an app to increase accessibility for the visually impaired, took the $20,000 top prize at FastForward U’s Fuel accelerator Demo Day on April 14.
A collaboration between two Johns Hopkins University student startups makes tote bags from recycled plastics.