Date(s) - 21 Jul 2020 until 21 Jul 2020
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
The National Institute on Aging (NIA) Office of Small Business Research (OSBR) is offering opportunities for you to learn more about NIA’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs and additional resources to commercialize your research. NIA staff and partners are eager to share guidance on drafting and submitting a competitive application.
NIA SBIR/STTR Virtual Workshop: Preparing Your NIH SBIR/STTR CRP and Phase IIB Application
Tuesday, July 21, 2020 from 10 AM – 11:30 AM AZ MST (1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. ET)
- Stephanie Fertig, M.A., Small Business Education and Entrepreneurial Development (SEED)
- Emily Caporello, Ph.D., NINDS Small Business Program, NIH
Partners: SEED and NINDS Small Business Program
This webinar will feature:
- An overview of the CRP and Phase IIB funding programs from NIH’s SEED, along with application updates
- Priority research interests for NIA-funded small businesses
- Tips for submitting a successful CRP and Phase IIB application
- Application resources and programs
- Opportunities to discuss your application with OSBR staff
Who Should Attend?
Individuals from the following groups, as well as organizations and consultants that support them, are encouraged to attend.
- Small biotech and/or health care technology businesses
- Academic researchers
- Technology transfer organizations
- Women-owned small businesses as well as entrepreneurs from socially and economically disadvantaged backgrounds
This webinar will be of most interest to those who have a Phase II grant or are in the Phase II stage of a Fast-Track.
To discuss your project ideas and related questions, please email the NIA Office of Small Business Office at email@example.com and include an executive summary describing your project with any specific aims you intend to address within your application.
About NIA OSBR
The NIA Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer Programs (STTR) offer non-dilutive, no-strings-attached funding up to $2.5 million (depending on funding opportunity) to commercialize products addressing aging and aging-related diseases and conditions, Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, and the special challenges and needs of older Americans.
About Our Webinar Partner: NINDS Small Business Program
The small business program at NINDS is used to achieve the mission of the Institute by supporting innovative ideas at different stages of development, including applied bench research, translational research, and early-stage clinical trials. While NINDS has specific funding opportunities, many of our applications are investigator-initiated and come in through the general NIH SBIR and STTR Omnibus solicitations.