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On-Demand Webinar

NIH SBIR/STTR: Strategies to Improve Funding Approval

$167.00

On-Demand Webinar

NIH SBIR/STTR: Strategies to Improve Funding Approval

$167.00

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  • Consistently failing to secure NIH Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) funding is most commonly caused by mistakenly completing your grant application in the same manner as a typical Research (R) grant.

    At first glance, SBIR/STTR proposals seem similar to traditional NIH research applications, but don’t be fooled — they actually contain a number of key differences and expectations. This disparity can be your downfall, especially if you’ve been successfully funded for years by traditional award mechanisms (R21s, R01s, etc.) — but it doesn’t have to be.  You can get the practical, how-to guidance you need to improve your chances of securing SBIR/STTR funding by viewing this online training session by grant writing expert, Alix Norris, PhD.

    Alix will walk you through the nuances of completing SBIR/STTR grant applications, and provide you with “best practices” and insider tips to help you make your application more successful. This session will cover key (often unspoken) SBIR/STTR application elements you can incorporate that will maximize your funding realization.

    Who should view: PIs who are involved, in any aspect, in spin-off or small-business start-ups stemming from their research, staff at institutional tech transfer offices who foster the translation of research products into the commercial market, or any research professional that has an interest in improving their SBIR/STTR grant-writing skills and funding possibilities.


    100% Satisfaction Guaranteed or a Full Refund.

    You take no risk whatsoever. If you find this essential session doesn't meet your expectations or you are not satisfied for any reason, simply let us know.

  • Here are just a few of the practical, step-by-step SBIR/STTR grant completion strategies you’ll receive by attending this on-demand, 60-minute online training:

          • Master the unique aspects of the SBIR/STTR review criteria
          • Convey your commercialization potential and innovation more successfully
          • Receive key tips for maximizing your budgetary request within Congressional guidelines
          • Identify the correct NIH Institute and solicitation to submit your grant application
          • Ensure the scope of your proposed projects are appropriate for the different SBIR/STTR phases
          • Build the strong Commercialization Strategy needed for Phase-II and FastTrack applications
          • Communicate confidence and meet reviewer expectations for your proposed team
          • And so much more…

        During Alix’s eight years of writing grants for her for-profit clients, she has helped secure over $13.5M in SBIR/STTR federal funding across all phases of research and numerous federal funding agencies and programs. Based on this real-world experience, Alix will provide you with key skills that will help you write stronger, more successful NIH SBIR/STTR grant applications. By attending her on-demand training, you’ll gain access to her proven SBIR/STTR grant-writing strategies and tools. These practical skills will help you maximize your funding opportunities related to these complex grants.

        Sign up for this on-demand, expert-led training to significantly improve your odds of getting approved for SBIR/STTR funding.


        100% Satisfaction Guaranteed or a Full Refund.

        You take no risk whatsoever. If you find this essential session doesn't meet your expectations or you are not satisfied for any reason, simply let us know.

      • Meet Your Expert: Dr. Alix Norris

        Dr. Alix NorrisComing from an academic background, Dr. Alix Norris received her degrees from Virginia Tech and Wake Forest University. She went on to complete a successful four-year postdoctoral fellowship in the lab of Dr. Murray Korc (a prestigious Joseph M. Huber Professor and Chair of Medicine) at Dartmouth College, elucidating the complex signaling pathways activated in pancreatic cancer. While in academia, Dr. Norris successfully competed for federal research and training grant programs, including the Department of Defense's Predoctoral Fellowship, the NIH's F32 Postdoctoral Fellowship, an NIH R21, and numerous travel and merit-based internal awards. After the completion of her postdoctoral fellowship in 2011, Alix founded Tn Consulting, LLC, a powerhouse in the federal grant-writing arena, in order to support her love of writing and to use her scientific strengths in experimental planning, interpretation, and communication to better help others in science.