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Mount Sinai Receives $5 Million in Funding from the NYC Economic Development Corporation to Establish New Institute of Technology
Date:12/4/2013

ion’ is more than just a buzzword – it is a driving force in everything we do, from our classrooms and laboratories to our operating suites. The Mount Sinai Institute of Technology will serve as an incubator for innovation, helping to solve the medical problems facing our society.”
About the Mount Sinai Institute of Technology (MSIT)

The mission of MSIT is to transform biomedicine through the discovery, design, development and delivery of technology based solutions to critical unmet needs. MSIT will initially be organized around three primary technology categories:

  •     Digital Health Technologies including mobile health, wireless health, Big Data, cloud computing, social networking, scientific computing, and scientific and clinical simulation;
  •     Biologically Integrated Technologies including tissue engineering, sensors, microprocessors, robotics, mechatronics, MEMs, and microfluidics; and
  •     Prescription Technologies including drug repurposing, drug delivery, nanomedicine, and medical devices.

Key facilities exclusive to MSIT will include the following:

  •     The Rapid Prototyping Center, which will be housed in the Atran-Berg Research Building and which will support state-of-the-art equipment such as laser cutters, 3-D printers, CNC micro-milling machines, spin coaters, mask aligners, profilometers, chemical hoods, clean benches, and CAD workstations;
  •     The MSIT Innovation Lab, to be located in the Annenberg Building and which will have meeting spaces, a small-scale prototyping space, CAD workstations, and virtual communications infrastructure; and
  •     The MSIT Teaching Facility, also to be located in the Annenberg Building and which will have electronically-enabled classrooms, student meeting spa
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