The BSi Drug Discovery Program was created with the mission of identifying novel drug targets arising from JHU faculty's research and translating them into new drug therapies for neurological disorders.
The mission of the BSi Drug Discovery Program.
The following highlights the capabilities of the BSi Drug Discovery Program staff.
The faculty and staff of the BSi Drug Discovery Program.
Graduate-level courses covering a wide range of topics in drug discovery research as well as exciting case studies.
Training and education activities offered by the Drug Discovery Program's faculty and staff.
The BSi Drug Discovery Grant Program stimulates translational activities on the JHU campus.
A selection of publications from the Drug Discovery Program's faculty and staff.
A selection of press releases about the Drug Discovery Program
The Academic Drug Discovery Consortium (ADDC) created by the BSi in conjunction with Harvard, UCSF, Vanderbilt, an UNC Chapel Hill.
Housed in the John G. Rangos, Sr. Building in the new Science and Technology Park adjacent to the JHU East Baltimore campus.