Tag Archives: Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore

Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore president out at year’s end

Shannon Landwehr, the new president and CEO of the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore. (File photo)

Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore President and CEO Shannon Landwehr will leave that role at the end of the year. She’s leaving the position at the regional economic development association, which Landwehr has held since April 2016, to “pursue other ...

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Md.’s small biohealth businesses ready for growth

William G. Hearl, Ph.D., CEO of Immunomic Therapeutics, Inc., stands in front of an image of Japanese Red Cedar pollen made through a microscope. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

As Maryland emerges as a hotbed for research and commercial opportunities in the biohealth industry, many small businesses in this sector see the state as a good place to grow. When William Hearl started building Rockville-based Immunomic Therapeutics Inc. a ...

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Program LEADs millennials in Baltimore engagement

Providing a more personal connection to the city through educational leadership programs may be enough to retain young professionals in Baltimore. At least, that’s what Economic Alliance of Baltimore and Business Volunteers Maryland leaders hope their LEAD pilot program will do. “Millennials will be ...

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Health startups graduate from Baltimore accelerator

From left, Steven Milner, M.D., Baton advisor and head of Johns Hopkins Burn Unit and Professor of Plastic Surgery; Peter Ball, portfolio director, Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures; Zack Goldberg, president of Baton havw a discussion at the Baton table after the presentations at the DreamIt Health Demo Day in Baltimore. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Dr. Stephen Milner sees a problem with how many doctors interact with each other in hospitals. If doctors only make rounds and discuss each patient together once per day, then they’re not communicating enough and increasing the risk of making ...

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