Our partner organizations are responsible for providing the foundational support for BioBuzz to sustain and grow the group each year.
First, they contribute to a large part of our yearly budget which supports our operating and administrative expenses. Secondly, they donate their time and energy to take on the many tasks necessary to schedule, organize and coordinate sponsorship for each of our monthly events. Lastly, they provide organizational leadership and help set the goals and objectives for the group each year.
We’re very grateful to our partners for ensuring that the BioBuzz group continues to grow and can provide a valuable social gathering for our biotech workforce.
Tech USA Scientific
Tech USA is a Blockbuster Sponsor for BioBuzz who helped to found the group in 2010. Tech USA Scientific is a national staffing and recruiting solutions firm supporting the Scientific and Technology Industries. The nation’s leading institutions and organizations rely on Tech USA to provide them with the very best and brightest talent and workforce solutions. We support a variety of scientific industry sectors, including but not limited to; Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, Consumer Products, Chemical and Food. We are committed to delivering customized our staffing solutions to meet you unique needs while upholding the highest level of service and quality. Whether it is short-term or permanent staffing support, a teaming solution or staff augmentation, we have the flexibility and experience to help you accomplish your goals in a seamless manor.
Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus
JHU MCC is a Blockbuster sponsor and the BioBuzz Montgomery County event founder. The Montgomery County Campus was established in 1988 as a cooperative venture with the County to provide integrated teaching, research and business opportunities. The mission of the campus is to create an interactive community of educators, students, researchers, corporations and government representatives where collaborative thinking and scientific discovery advance academic and economic development. Located minutes outside of Washington D.C., the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus boasts an ideal setting for academics and for research and corporate endeavors. The Campus is close to I-270, the Shady Grove Metro Station on the Red Line and a Metro bus route. The campus is experiencing significant growth, with plans to expand from its current 215,000 square feet to 2.7 million square feet of academic, research and corporate space during the next decade.