Blavatnik Fund for Innovation at Yale: The Blavatnik Fund provides dedicated and strategic resources to Yale faculty members, identifying commercially relevant research efforts and creating ties to outside business interests that can turn new discoveries into marketable tools, treatments, drugs and devices.
Seed Grants from CBIT: The Center for Biomedical and Interventional Technology is leading a $1M seed grant program from the CT Bioscience Innovation Fund to support commercialization of new biomedical ideas from Connecticut universities. Startups associated with Connecticut universities can receive awards of up to $30,000. The grants will help those commercializing biomedical devices, diagnostic technology, health information technology or digital health services.
Pilot Grants from YCCI: The Yale Center for Clinical Investigation’s pilot program is a funding venue for Yale researchers conducting small-scale research projects to generate data that could lead to further research and funding opportunities.
CEID Fellowship: Participants in the Engineering, Innovation and Design Summer Fellowship for Yale undergrads receive a competitive stipend to pursue student-driven projects in teams at CEID with access to equipment, materials and project mentoring. Summer Fellows work a minimum of 40 hours per week on projects and each writes a final report and presents results at a CEID event the following academic year.