Center for Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship

The Center for Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (cTIE) at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai acts as the entrepreneurial hub for Mount Sinai Institute of Technology by providing an online and offline community and set of tools designed to support team-based technology product development.

cTIE programs include the cTIE Commons program, the 4D Technology Development and Pilot Grant Program, and the i³ @ MSIT Innovation Lab.

Student team from Q.E.D. Project wins $15,000 for their product and business plan at the Columbia Venture Competition in April 2014.

Student team from Q.E.D. Project wins $15,000 for their product and business plan at the Columbia Venture Competition in April 2014.

cTIE was founded in 2012 with these goals in mind:

  1. To increase entrepreneurial activity at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS) by promoting the convergence of basic science, clinical science, engineering, and computer science.
      
  2. To provide core training in technology development and entrepreneurship for faculty and trainees

  3. To serve as a start-up knowledge center inside ISMMS and to provide links to external partnerships with industry, foundations, and government.