2019 “270 Corridor” Biomedical Research Equipment & Supplies Exhibit

Sponsored by the Technical Sales Association


Based upon the success of past exhibits, the “270” Corridor Biomedical Research Equipment & Supplies Exhibit event is being added as a permanent exhibit on the Technical Sales Association (TSA) calendar. This year’s event will be held at Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus. This is an outstanding new facility with excellent meeting/exhibit space, ample parking and easy access from I-270 and surrounding research facilities.

Joining TSA will be the Maryland Tech Council, Learning Undefeated (formerly MdBio Foundation), the Maryland BioAlliance and Johns Hopkins in assisting TSA and its vendors in promoting the exhibit to the high-tech research community along the fast-growing 270 Research Corridor. Johns Hopkins Montgomery County Campus is located 20 miles north of Washington, D.C. off I-270 and Shady Grove Road.


Founded in 1988 in the heart of Maryland’s biotechnology and information technology corridor, Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County campus was established in conjunction with the county government to provide integrated research, teaching and business activities in the greater D.C. area. Faculty and students at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health conduct research in more than 90 countries across a wide range of public health disciplines. The results are policies and programs that improve heath and prevent disease.

The Office of Public Health Practice and Training engages students in professional practice and established networking and training relationships with local, state and federal public health practice communities. The Office strives to improve and advance the capabilities of the public health workforce and develop the skills of the next generation of public health professionals by providing training sessions, programs, internships and other activities that promote interaction between JHSPH and the practice community.


The Maryland Tech Council is a nonprofit membership organization with more than 450 member companies. The organization represents the interests of the life sciences and technology communities by fostering innovation through networking, mentoring and advocating for a healthy business climate so businesses can thrive and prosper. Maryland is home to the third-largest concentration of life sciences companies in the United States. The majority of these companies, as well as major research institutions, are located in the I-270 corridor and will be invited and encouraged to attend the exhibit on June 27, 2019.


The 2019 exhibit will feature more than 40 regional and national companies presenting to more than 300 attendees. Space is limited, so submit your exhibit application now. With new innovations and discoveries happening daily, the 270 Corridor Exhibit is one of the best ways to present your equipment and supplies to this dynamic group of decision makers.