Scientists and engineers, doctors and business students who are working with technology based innovations that inspire entrepreneurship can find themselves seeking business skills and networks to help navigate the challenges of commercialization. ELabNYC teaches business skills and networks participants to start up resources. In teaching, we prepare our program participants for the startup world to confidently persevere through the continued challenges they will face. In networking, we introduce participants to experts nationwide to navigate business issues in the technical and complex world of life science business.
Launched by the Mayor’s Office New York City Economic City Economic Development Corporation, ELabNYC is supported by corporations interested to engage with and support NYC’s life science community including: Kaneka, Pfizer, Roche, Boehringer-Ingelheim, Microsoft, Goodwin Procter, EisnerAmper, Moses & Singer, Pryor Cashman, White and Williams and Target Health. The ELabNYC program is led by an experienced team of entrepreneur educators and coaches.
ELabNYC (www.elabnyc.com) is starting its fifth application cycle, with a deadline of November 1, 2016. Program Manager, Mary Howard, will introduce the program and join ELab alums and PI’s who will share their ELab experience and answer questions from the audience.
Join Mount Sinai Innovation Partners (MSIP) for this month's IP and Commercialization Speaker Series.
"VC's and Start-Ups" with guest speaker Kirsten Leute, Senior VP of University Relations @ Osage University Partners