The Center for Biotechnology continues to foster a comprehensive infrastructure to support the development of biomedical technologies in New York State. Current areas of focus include Business Incubation, Economic Development and Trade Associations, as well as Research Programs and Facilities.
Stony Brook University Incubator Program – Business Incubation at Stony Brook University includes the Long Island High Technology Incubator (LIHTI), supporting early-stage, high-tech companies; the Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT) incubator; the Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center (AERTC) incubator; the Clean Energy Business Incubator Program (CEBIP); and the Calverton Business Incubator, focused on supporting developing businesses in technology and agriculture.
NewYorkBIO – The Center for Biotechnology founded NewYorkBIO (Formerly NYBA) in 1991. NewYorkBIO is the life science trade association of New York, dedicated to the development and growth of New York State-based bioscience-related industries and institutions. Learn more at www.newyorkbio.org.
The Department of Biomedical Engineering’s mission is to fully integrate the cutting edge of engineering and physical sciences with state of the art biology to advance our understanding of biomedical problems, and to use that science to drive the development of therapeutics, diagnostics and medical devices. The department has a broad research focus including Biomaterials/Biomechanics, Molecular Biomedical Engineering, Medial Instrumentation and Imaging, Tissue Engineering and Biomedical Modeling.
The Center for Biotechnology can also facilitate third party access to additional core research facilities at Stony Brook University. Please visit the Facilities page for more information.