Loyola University Maryland

Department of Biology

About MABRC

The Mid-Atlantic Biology Research and Career (MABRC) Network is collective of educators, and professionals from industry, government, and the private sector working to transform life science education in the BioHealth Capital Region.  Founded in 2016 through funding by the National Science Foundation, MABRC aims to invigorate student interest in STEM careers through innovative life science curricular, infused with collaborative approaches, and developed and taught with stakeholders from the bioscience community. The network represents diverse partnerships whose members are passionate about helping students achieve their career aspirations.  Our ultimate goal is to lay the foundation for a workforce talent pipeline that attracts top-notch students and permits the BioHealth industry to thrive.

Steering Committee Members

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Michael
Students

Michael

Dedicated faculty and practical experience beyond the classroom are preparing Michael for dental school and a career as an oral surgeon

Biology, Chemistry
Marie (the seal) sitting on the edge of the pool at the National Aquarium's rehabilitation center
Beyond the classroom

From the classroom to the coast

A student shares his experience as an intern with the National Aquarium in Baltimore—and how it shaped his academic path and career goals.