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Award Abstract #1305023

I-Corps Node: New York City Regional Innovation Node (NYCRIN)

NSF Org: IIP
Div Of Industrial Innovation & Partnersh
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Initial Amendment Date: February 20, 2013
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Latest Amendment Date: August 25, 2015
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Award Number: 1305023
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Award Instrument: Continuing grant
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Program Manager: Lydia Mcclure
IIP Div Of Industrial Innovation & Partnersh
ENG Directorate For Engineering
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Start Date: March 1, 2013
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End Date: February 28, 2017 (Estimated)
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Awarded Amount to Date: $3,801,464.00
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Investigator(s): Gillian Small gillian.small@cuny.edu (Principal Investigator)
Kurt Becker (Co-Principal Investigator)
Chris Wiggins (Co-Principal Investigator)
John Blaho (Co-Principal Investigator)
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Sponsor: CUNY City University of New York
205 East 42nd Street
New York, NY 10017-5706 (646)664-8910
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NSF Program(s): I-Corps - Nodes,
IUSE,
GRANT OPP FOR ACAD LIA W/INDUS,
I-Corps
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Program Reference Code(s): 8045
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Program Element Code(s): 8045, 1998, 1504, 8023

ABSTRACT

Project Description:

This effort involves the creation and implementation of an I-Corps Regional Node in New York (New York City Regional Innovation Node - NYCRIN), which is being led by City University of New York (CUNY) in partnership with New York University (NYU) and Columbia University. The Node is leveraging the existing innovation ecosystem present in New York City (NYC) to create a cooperative center that is connected to the national I-Corps innovation network. NYCRIN is building upon established technology development collaborations that are involved with the fundamental research being conducted at the three partnering institutions. NYCRIN is providing innovators throughout the United States with a structured portal for access to the unique NYC-regional combination of world-class universities, venture capital investment resources, and one of the nation's fastest growing technology start-up environments.

Broader Significance:

NYCRIN is promoting diversity and outreach activities to Small Business Development Centers throughout New York State. The Node is offering scalable workshops, seminars and counseling sessions to disseminate best practices and the "Lean" methods to non-academic audiences, technology entrepreneurs, and community partners. It is further leveraging and supporting a number of unique training activities, for example: 1) a week-long "sprint" for developing and iterating technical product ideas in small collaborative teams and 2) events that draw hundreds of students to NYC to build new products collaboratively over a limited time period. The Node also includes a wide range of other universities (public, private, and small private technology colleges) in a four state region; providing them with open-source tools and online access to information - to more broadly disseminate NYCRIN activities and outputs. The Node is further networking with local community colleges that have linkages to workforce development efforts and small businesses.


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John Blaho. "Targeting Autophagy in Dendritic Cells as a Mechanism to Limit Immunopathogenesis in Herpetic Stromal Keratitis," mBio, v.7, 2016, p. e02053-15. 

 

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