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On-Demand Webinar

SBIR/STTR Phase I: Get Your Project the Funding it Needs

$167.00

On-Demand Webinar

SBIR/STTR Phase I: Get Your Project the Funding it Needs

$167.00

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  • The NIH’s Small Business Innovation Research and Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) program can represent a great source of early-stage capital -- if your product is highly innovative and has a strong potential for commercialization.

    At first glance, the NIH SBIR/STTR proposals are similar to traditional NIH research proposals, but there are a number of key differences that can cause trouble for PIs that are used to the traditional award mechanisms (R21s, R01s, etc.).

    You can improve your chances of submitting a fundable small business proposal by attending this online training by expert grant writer Alix Norris, Ph.D. During this training, Dr. Norris will provide you with a brief introduction to the NIH SBIR/STTR program, and then focus on the initial Phase I NIH SBIR/STTR proposal. She will also give you insider tips to make your application more successful.

    Don’t lose out on a great opportunity to share your research and make an impact on the world by getting the funding you need to make it possible. Hurry up and register today!


    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 strategies that you will learn by taking advantage of this SBIR/STTR Phase I training:

      • Cut through the confusion of SBIR/STTR’s unique review criteria to improve funding chances
      • More clearly communicate your project’s anticipated scope to garner reviewer interest
      • Proven strategies to pick the perfect NIH institute for your project
      • Include key data to maximize your budgetary request
      • Determine which attachments and narratives should accompany your Phase I proposal to improve results
      • Ensure you have all required registrations to quality for a federal proposal
      • And much more…

    Who Should Attend: PIs involved in small-business start-ups stemming from their research would benefit from this training. Also, staff at institutional tech transfer offices that work to translate research products into the commercial market would find this training beneficial.

    A successfully-funded SBIR/STTR application looks very different from a traditional academic application, and if you are not savvy to these important differences, you can kiss this additional funding resource goodbye. This training will get you off on the right foot and help you develop your phase I proposal.


    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: Alix Norris

    Coming 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. Tn Consulting has assisted more than 30 small-business teams attain over $18M in SBIR/STTR funding from numerous institutes at the NIH, the Department of Defense, and the NSF.

  • Reviews: 

    “Very informative and well presented.The "inside" info on funding was useful as also the main review criteria and recommendations for what to put in each section of the research strategy.”
    - Amala Soumyanath, Associate Professor - Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR.