Phillip Phan, PhD (Strategic Management, University of Washington School of Business Administration) joined the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in 2008. He is a Professor in the research track with expertise in the areas of corporate governance and technological entrepreneurship.
Supriya Munshaw received her PhD in Computational Biology & Bioinformatics from Duke University. After her post-doctoral fellowship in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Johns Hopkins, Supriya joined Carey Business School’s Discovery to Market project team in August 2012. Her research expertise is in the field immunology and infectious diseases. She has always been a proponent of translational scientific research which piqued her interest in commercialization and pharmaceutical strategy. Her current interests are in technology commercialization and innovation management.
Nayoung Louie, PhD
Nayoung Lee Louie (PhD, Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine) has been a part of the Carey Business School’s Discovery to Market project since 2010. Her research is in the field of brain imaging and computational anatomy. She collaborated with researchers at UCLA, Northwestern University and University of New South Wales in Australia. She also worked at a start-up biotech company specializing in the adult stem cell technology as a medical consultant.
Lawrence Aronhime, MBA
Lawrence Aronhime is a full time lecturer with the W.P. Carey Program and has been teaching with Johns Hopkins University since 1992. He teaches in the areas of accounting, entrepreneurship, and technology commercialization. He has successfully started several technology ventures and is actively involved in supporting university technology commercialization efforts through the formation of student teams and projects as well as coursework.