New 2-Part Series! NIH SBIR/STTR Grant Writing: Phase I and Phase II
The 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. However, getting approved can be extremely frustrating. This is especially true if you’ve previously been successful with more traditional NIH research grants (R21, R01, etc.). This is because these small business grants have key differences and expectations you MUST incorporate. The key is knowing what these nuances are and how to comply with them.
That's why grant writing expert, Alix Norris, PhD, has prepared a two-part, step-by-step online training series: NIH SBIR/STTR Grant Writing: Phase I and Phase II. Each session will provide you with a brief introduction into both of the SBIR/STTR phases. Then, Dr. Norris will focus on the specifics of each SBIR/STTR phase, providing you with the proven grant writing tools and tactics you’ll need to improve your funding chances.
Order this 2-part NIH SBIR/STTR Grant Writing Tactics series within the next 5 days, and you'll save an additional $100 off the total cost. Or, if you prefer, you can choose individual sessions without the discount. ORDER NOW!
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.
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.
Here are just a few of the strategies that you will learn by taking advantage of this SBIR/STTR Phase I training:
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.
Here are a few strategies that you will learn from the upcoming training:
Who Should Attend: PIs involved in spin-off or small-business start-ups stemming from their research would benefit from this training. Also, staff at institutional tech transfer offices that foster the translation of research products into the commercial market would find value in the information provided by Dr. 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.
“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.