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Dr. William Bozza discusses non-dilutive funding opportunities at NCI and NIH.

Dr. Charles L. Cywin discusses non-dilutive funding opportunities at NINDS and NIH.

Dr. Daniel Gossett discusses non-dilutive funding opportunities at NIDDK and NIH.

Dr. Abla Creasey discusses non-dilutive funding opportunities at the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, which funds stem cell R&D.

Dr. Natalia Kruchinin discusses non-dilutive funding opportunities at NIAID and NIH.

Dr. Matthew Portnoy of the National Institutes of Health gave updates on the Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer Programs.

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SBIR/STTR awards account for over $780,000,000 awarded per year by NIH alone. These are excellent sources of funding aimed at promoting R&D activities of US-based small businesses as well as collaborations with Academics.

SBIR/STTRs differ from traditional NIH mechanisms in that they are highly product driven and ultimately are seeking commercialization of novel therapies, diagnostics, devices, etc.

In this webinar, we discuss process for applying, guidelines, key success components and insight into increasing chances for award.

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Opening FreeMind’s 2017 webinar series is an introduction to the SBIR and STTR mechanisms which account for over $780,000,000 awarded per year by NIH alone. These are excellent sources of funding aimed at promoting R&D activities of US-based small businesses as well as collaborations with Academics.

SBIR/STTRs differ from traditional NIH mechanisms in that they are highly product driven and ultimately are seeking commercialization of novel therapies, diagnostics, devices, etc.

In this webinar we discussed process for applying, guidelines, key success components and insight into increasing chances for award.

 

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Dr. Todd Haim of the National Cancer Institute SBIR Development Center describes the NCI’s SBIR and STTR programs, their structure, the Institute’s funding interests, and FAQs.

 

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Mr. Henry Ahn of the National Science Foundation speaks on the NSF’s SBIR and STTR programs.

 

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