Technology Development

& Commercialization

Technology Development

We team with Mount Sinai Health System innovators to translate research projects into healthcare products and services that benefit patients and society


We seek the best partners to effectively commercialize Mount Sinai's assets, ensuring Mount Sinai discoveries and innovations are the standard of care


We engage and educate early-career scientists, attorneys and business professionals in leveraging their expertise to bring technologies to the marketplace

2015 Performance Metrics

Licensing Proceeds ($M)
Inventors Engaged
Technology Disclosures
Patent Filings


  • Working with MSIP helped my research program on many levels. The team gave me advice on potential IP of our projects at an early stage of our translational research that proved very valuable, they connected me with pharmaceutical companies that were interested in our studies, and they helped me find additional funding. MSIP is a wonderful resource for researchers engaged in translational research.
    Yaron Tomer, MD, Former Chief of the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Bone Diseases at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai’s Department of Medicine
  • "In the complex world of bringing ideas from the laboratory bench to a corporate sponsor Mount Sinai Innovation Partners has been indispensable; and possibly even more importantly, we are heavily relying on the entrepreneurial, legal and IP expertise of MSIP for shepherding our projects through - once they are in the development phase with a partner."
    Dr. Peter Palese, Professor and Chair, Microbiology
  • "Mount Sinai Innovation Partners helps young investigators to bring their ideas to realization. It (Mount Sinai) is the best place to work if you want your scientific findings to help people fight disease in the future."
    Dr. Anne Schaefer, Assistant Professor, Neuroscience and Psychiatry
  • "I have learned as much about business as I have about science since I came to Mount Sinai thanks to [MSIP] you all. Completely unexpected, but certainly useful information to know that isn't really taught much."
    Dr. Jeremiah Faith, Assistant Professor Medicine, Clinical Immunology, Genetics and Genomics Sciences