BioElectronics CEO Honored by Chabad at Johns Hopkins Medicine Andrew J. Whelan Received Prestigious National Humanitarian Technology Leadership Award by Chabad at Johns Hopkins Medicine
FREDERICK, Md., March 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- BioElectronics Corporation (OTC Pink: BIEL), the maker of consumer medical devices, today announced that its CEO, Andrew J. Whelan, was awarded the prestigious National Humanitarian Technology Leadership Award by Chabad at Johns Hopkins.
"We chose to honor Mr. Whelan because of his personal philanthropy and his leadership in bringing to market a breakthrough medical product," said Brian Gelman, development director of Chabad at Johns Hopkins.
The award was presented at the 10th anniversary Grand Annual Community Dinner on Tuesday, March 12 at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. Other award recipients at the evening's gala include global leaders in health-care, Dr. Paul Rothman, Dean of the Medical Faculty and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, and Dr. Jeremy Levin and Allan Oberman, respectively, President and CEO of Teva Pharmaceuticals and CEO of Teva Americas Generics, the world's largest producer of generic drugs.
About BioElectronics Corporation
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About Chabad at Johns Hopkins
Chabad at Johns Hopkins, an affiliate of Chabad Lubavitch, the world's largest Jewish educational and social service organization, is a community-support organization, which supports patients and students at Johns Hopkins.
Paul Knopick, E&E Communications
For Chabad Hopkins
Brian Gelman, Development Director, Chabad at Johns Hopkins
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