Columbia University

Technology Ventures

2018 ELabNYC Informational Session: Morningside

September 14, 2017
Mary Howard, Andrea Westervelt, Andrew Kruegel
The Columbia Design Studio
Room 430 Riverside Church
490 Riverside Drive
New York, NY
ELabNYC is a Six-month entrepreneurship training and business networking program for scientists and engineers to launch high potential biotech and health tech ventures from NYC research institutions.
Scientists and engineers, MDs and MBAs working with high potential technology based innovations can find themselves seeking business skills and custom business networks to help navigate the challenges of company formation and start up growth. 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 on going challenges they will face. In networking, ELabNYC introduces participants to experts nationwide to navigate business issues in the technical and complex world of life science business.
Launched by New York City Economic Development Corporation, ELabNYC is supported by corporations committed to engage with and support NYC’s emerging life science community including: Lilly, Pfizer, Kaneka, Roche, Boehringer-Ingelheim, Microsoft, Goodwin Procter, EisnerAmper, Moses & Singer, Pryor Cashman, White and Williams, Cittone & Chinta and Target Health. The ELabNYC program is led by an experienced team of entrepreneur educators and coaches.
ELabNYC is starting its sixth application cycle, with a deadline of October 23, 2017. Program Manager, Mary Howard, will introduce the program and join ELabNYC alums and PI’s, Andrew Kruegel (ELabNYC 2016) and Andrea Westervelt (ELabNYC 2017), who will share their ELab experience and answer questions from the audience.