Bonnie Robeson

Bonnie Robeson, PhD

Senior Lecturer
Academic AreaOperations Management & Business Analytics
Academic AreaHealth
Areas of InterestStatistics for Business, Quantitative Analysis for Decision Making, Business Side of Life Science, Leading and Managing in a Life Science Organization

Dr. Robeson began teaching at Johns Hopkins University as an adjunct in 1989. Since 2009 she has been full-time as Senior Lecturer. Also she has taught courses in the M.S. Biotechnology program, JHU Krieger School of Arts and Science that include Translational Biotechnology, ProSeminar in Biotechnology, and Managing and Leading Biotechnology Professionals. She teaches courses in the MEHP program; Health Program Development, Implementation and Evaluation; and Leadership for Health Professions: Theory in Action.

She was one of the first at Carey Business School to develop and delivery online course in Statistical Analysis. In addition, she developed and implemented the first online experiential course for the Heath Care Management. 

She brings a wide range of work experiences that includes Principal Investigator for a National Cancer Institute  government contractor, Director North America for a Dutch chemical company providing drug discovery and development services, and is a founder of a CRO for pharmaceutical company providing operational services for drug discovery activities. 

Education

  • M.A.S. Management, Johns Hopkins School of Continuing Studies
  • Ph. D, Biochemistry, West Virginia University
  • MS, Biochemistry, West Virginia, University
  • BA. Chemistry, West Virginia University

Research

    Selected publications
    • Calvin, J.R., Robeson, B.L., Social Entrepreneurship and Experiential Learning to Foster Innovation for Humanity. In J. Stansfield & J. Frankland-Hutchinson (Eds.) Sustainability Yours: Community Development and a Sustainably Just Future. ACDA an IACD Conference Proceedings (pp 33-47). Auckland, New Zealand:  Unitec Institute of Technology. Retrieval from www.unitec.acnz/express/
    • 10th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economics, Application and Outcomes of Experiential Learning in a MBA Course – Inventory Management in a Financially Stressed Hospital; Dec. 19,2016
    • 9th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economics, Social and Cultural Aspects A Round Table Discussion on Globalization December 17, 2015  Select 9th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economics, Social and Cultural Aspects A Round Table Discussion on Globalization December 17, 2015 
    • 9th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economics, Social and Cultural Aspects Social Entrepreneurship and Experiential Learning in an Unfamiliar Culture  ATINER's Conference Paper Series, CBC2015-2018 December 17, 2015 
    • Verheij, H. Robeson, B. L.The Role of Chemical Diversity in Drug Discovery.  GPT, September/October, 2002, 32-35.
    • Robeson, B.L.,A New Emphasis for Drug Discovery, Development and Combinatorial Chemistry.  GOR. Vol. 4 No. 3, Autumn 2002, 29-32.
    • Robeson, B.L., Scientific Economics: The Economics of Research Compounds.  American Laboratory, November, 2003, 42-47.
    • Robeson, B.L., E.J. Eisen and J.M. Leatherwood. 1981. Adipose cellularity, serum glucose, and serum cholesterol in polygenic obese mice fed either a high fat or a high carbohydrate diet. Growth 45:198-215.
    Working papers
    • Strategic Health Care Management Education utilizing Project-Based Experiential Learning; Bonnie L. Robeson, Daniel W. Sheats

    Teaching

    Current
    • Statistical Analysis
    • Operations and Service Management
    • Health Care Strategy Consulting Practicum I
    • Health Care Strategy Consulting Practicum II
    Previous
    • EMBA Capstone
    • Innovation for Humanity
    • Decision Models 
    • Advanced Business Statistics
    • Quantitative Methods and Modeling 

    Honors and distinctions

    • Excellence In Teaching Award,  2019 and 1994
    • Dean's Award for Faculty Excellence, 2018 and 2017
    • Stegman Award, Johns Hopkins School of Continuing Studies 1987

    Impact and engagement

    Community

    As a long-time member of the Zonta Club, an international professional organization with a mission to support and advocate for women worldwide, Bonnie participates in local service projects to support women who have experienced human trafficking and/or abuse.  She also participates in her community by supporting food baskets at holiday time, children's holiday gift bags, etc.