Meet the New Head of JLABS @ Washington, DC
Sally Allain shares what excites her about opening a JLABS in the nation’s capital and what she hopes to bring to start-ups working to develop new answers for patients.
Announcing the JLABS @ Washington, DC Children’s QuickFire Challenge
Johnson & Johnson Innovation – JLABS announces the JLABS @ Washington, DC Children’s QuickFire Challenge. Innovators with the best ideas, technologies, or solutions with the potential to impact pediatric oncology, pediatric surgical care, and influenza will receive a total of up to $150,000 in grant funding, residency at JLABS @ Washington, DC for one year, and mentoring from the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies.
The power of industry collaboration – Johnson & Johnson collaborates with government, world-leading research charity and industry in ground-breaking Whole Genome Sequencing project
The biggest scientific challenges cannot be solved in isolation. Johnson & Johnson Innovation is founded on the principles of partnership and collaboration to deliver meaningful impact in healthcare, and we are particularly interested in new models of collaboration that can help tackle some of the world’s most pressing healthcare challenges.
One year on at the EMEA Johnson & Johnson Innovation Centre in London: Nurturing Great Ideas Wherever They Come From
It has been a year since I took up my role as Head of Johnson & Johnson Innovation for EMEA. Reflecting on the last twelve months, I am proud of how our approach starts with the imperative of solving the world’s most significant healthcare challenges and is delivered by seeking out the very best innovative science and technology and developing new models of collaboration.
Across the world, there are organisations doing simply amazing things to positively impact human health.
And because Johnson & Johnson Innovation shares that goal, we’re always looking to partner with them to support making that impact greater. We believe one collaboration can make a whole world of difference.
Johnson & Johnson Innovation & Third Pole Therapeutics
Johnson & Johnson Innovation & Monash University
The Natural Nipple & Cincinnati Children’s Awarded the first Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate QuickFire Challenge
What’s Driving the Boom in Early Stage Biotech Funding
Announcing the Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate QuickFire Challenge in Perioperative Care
“Over the Moon” – A Q&A with the 2018 BioGENEius Winner
Last year, Sajeev Kohli, a 16-year-old from Waterloo, Ontario, won the BioGENEius award at the BIO International Conference. Kohli was interviewed on the Johnson & Johnson Innovation Podcast show. Check it out!