Bonnie Robeson, PhD

Senior Lecturer
Operations Management & Business Analytics
Areas of Interest
Statistics for Business, Quantitative Analysis for Decision Making, Business Side of Life Science, Leading and Managing in a Life Science Organization

Bonnie Robeson, PhD (Nutritional Biochemistry, West Virginia University; MA Management, The Johns Hopkins University) joined the Johns Hopkins University in 1989. She is a Senior Lecturer with expertise in the area of entrepreneurship in biotechnology.


Masters of Administrative Sciences, The Johns Hopkins University

Honors and distinctions

  • Excellence in Teaching Award, The Johns Hopkins University, School of Continuing Studies, 1994
  • The Edward J. Stegman, CPA Memorial Award for Excellence in the Study of Administrative Science at the Graduate Level, JHU 1988

Selected publications

  • The Role of Chemical Diversity in Drug Discovery.  Verheij, H. Robeson, B.L., GPT, September/October, 2002, 32-35.
  • A New Emphasis for Drug Discovery, Development and Combinatorial Chemistry.  Robeson, B.L., GOR. Vol. 4 No. 3, Autumn 2002, 29-32.
  • Scientific Economics: The Economics of Research Compounds.  Robeson, B.L., American Laboratory, November, 2003, 42-47.