IndieBio New York
SOSV's competitive life sciences accelerator. A four-month program that provides early-stage startup teams with $250,000 in seed funding along with lab and co-working space, dedicated mentorship, and access to a large network of IndieBio alum, investors, biotechs, corporates, and more. Located on-campus at Rockefeller University.
SBIR Impact NYC
One-on-one coaching to help life sciences and healthcare technology companies compete for federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Program grants and contracts. Program also offers introductory and intensive SBIR/STTR workshops open to the public.
50,000 square foot biotech co-working facility providing flexible wet-lab bench rental, collaborative space, research equipment, business support and acceleration programming for early-stage life sciences companies. Located in Hudson Square in Lower Manhattan. Now accepting tenant applications.
Coming early 2021. The Cure ecosystem at 345 Park Avenue South is a 12-story, 300K SF life science building located in the heart of NYC's Silicon Alley that will bring together key players across the life science, digital health, and technology industries with the mission to advance healthcare and accelerate the fight against disease. With direct access to world-renowned thought leaders and a seamless infrastructure, the Cure will provide the tools to expedite the next scientific development or technological breakthrough.
New York Bioforce
Workforce development program that provides underserved NYC high school students with 140 hours of strategically developed training designed to meet the needs of biomedical research labs, biotech start-ups, and biopharmaceutical companies. Students are placed in paid internships in which companies and labs will benefit from a well-prepared intern and the student will gain valuable relationships that will allow them to join a flourishing biotech economy in NYC upon college graduation.