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Applying to the NIH SBIR Phase I Program for First-Time Applicants

RSVP or questions please contact Jianbo at jianbo.hu@oregonstate.edu 7-2366

Monday, June 3, 2013 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Now on its seventh run, the NIH SBIR Phase I Program for First-Time Applicants is a very practical step-by-step, four-hour online "How-To" workshop over two evenings to help researchers, faculty members, graduate students, post-docs and entrepreneurs create a SBIR company and apply to the NIH SBIR program in August of 2013. This workshop includes a post-course review of the applicant's proposed SBIR application by our experts before submission to the NIH. As an added benefit, your SBIR companies will be included on NCET2's newsletters that is sent out to VCs, angel investors, Global 1000 companies, and government funders. The NIH SBIR/STTR program is one of the federal government's best mechanisms to continue funding innovative life science research after traditional research funding has been exhausted. The objective of the program is to dramatically increase the impact of innovations derived from original federally funded R&D, and as such is an ideal program to fund university commercialization of research through new university/faculty/student startup companies. Phase I can be for up to $150,000 for 6 months. Phase II can be for up to $1 million for 2 years. After Phase I and II, the company should have eliminated enough technical and scientific risk of the original research that the company is ready for outside investor funding or product sales in the company sustainability final Phase III of the SBIR program. Every graduating science & technology student should consider the SBIR program as an excellent way to continue working in their specific area of research after graduating. It is increasingly difficult for students to find employment after leaving the university that utilizes the particular research expertise acquired during their studies. The SBIR program not only allows students to continue their specific research outside the university, but usually accommodates doing so with the same people and university laboratory.

Jianbo Hu
1 541 737 2366
Jianbo.Hu at oregonstate.edu
VP for Research
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