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Michael Bielski

Adjunct Professor of Law


B.S., SUNY Stony Brook
M.S., Syracuse University
J.D., Syracuse University


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Michael R. Bielski is an assistant director at the Center for Biotechnology (CFB) where he works with faculty members, entrepreneurs and investors to bring early-stage medical technologies to market. Michael is responsible for developing and implementing strategic consulting, business development and technology commercialization services on behalf of medical technology companies throughout Long Island and New York State in an effort to generate positive economic impact in the form of private investments, non-dilutive government grants, job creation and corporate revenues. Mr. Bielski also co-manages the Innovative Technology Development (ITD) program that invests $250,000 annually in early stage technologies that require proof-of-concept research.

Prior to joining the CFB, Michael was a senior associate at ipCapital Group, Inc. where his practice included conducting due diligence for venture capital firms looking to identify and mitigate the risks associated with their investments. His practice also included developing and implementing intellectual property, licensing, partnership and capital fundraising strategies for medical technology companies.

Michael received a B.S. in Biology from SUNY Stony Brook, a M.S. in Neuroscience from Syracuse University, and a J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law, where he was a research associate at the Technology Commercialization Research Center (TCRC).




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