SBIR IMPACT is a NYCEDC program designed to help NYC-based bio and health tech companies be more competitive in recruiting early-stage funding. In just two years, SBIR Impact has lived up to its name. Here are the numbers to prove it.
To date, Pilot Health Tech NYC has awarded $2 million to health tech companies and hospitals to help them adopt technologies that improve New Yorkers’ health and save them money. Today, NYCEDC is calling for partners to help chart a new course for this successful program.
Entrepreneurship Lab is a prestigious 6-month training and coaching program to support graduate students of science, post-docs, early-career researchers and engineers interested in forming new biotech and health tech ventures.
Vote for your favorite Innovate Health Tech NYC Challenge submission and help determine the Popular Choice Award, in which one of the lucky finalists will get to present their technology at our upcoming Demo Day on July 10th.
This year, NYCEDC launched Bio & Health Tech Entrepreneurship Lab NYC (ELabNYC), a training and mentorship program for aspiring entrepreneurs in New York City’s life sciences and healthcare community. Read more about ELabNYC Pitch Day and members of its inaugural class.
Innovate Health Tech NYC will provide a total of $50,000 in awards to NYC-based healthcare technology innovators to encourage the development of commercially viable technologies that solve urgent healthcare problems.
FInd out more about this new program designed to grow healthcare technology innovation and entrepreneurship in New York City, where 10 innovative pilot projects annually will be provided up to $100,000 each.