June 20, 2011

New companies join Montgomery County Campus

The Johns Hopkins Montgomery County Campus in the past few months has welcomed to its campus a number of new companies, making it now home to 24 stand-alone companies, research centers and nonprofit associations.

Among the newcomers are Kymanox, which uses a technical project management approach to help organizations achieve their mission-critical objectives; eDoctor, a health IT company that provides a comprehensive electronic prescription system, patient data migration services and health IT support to health care professionals and hospitals; and, most recently, Gene Facelift, a JHU spin-out company that is researching gene transfer using topically applied plasmids for collagen regeneration, skin restoration and wound healing.