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13th Annual NIH SBIR/ STTR Conference June 22-23, 2011
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Post-Conference Technology Transfer Workshop Added to Agenda

Wednesday & Thursday, June 22 & 23, 2011: 2-Day Conference

What will you learn?

During this 2-day conference you will learn how to tap into the NIH's Research and Development (R&D) funding resources available explicitly to small businesses that have innovative biomedical or behavioral research ideas with commercial potential.

The program for this year's 2011 NIH SBIR/STTR Conference will offer opportunities to interact with NIH program and grants management staff. A larger variety of topics than ever before will be offered with many focusing on the Congressional goal of SBIR/STTR... commercialization! Check out the Program Agenda (PDF - 376 KB) (as of June 21, 2011) with session descriptors and/or the Agenda Summary Chart (PDF - 120 KB). 

Session Topic Examples:

  • Fundamentals of the NIH SBIR/STTR Programs
  • Update on the NIH SBIR/STTR Programs
  • Center for Scientific Review Receipt and Referral Processes
  • Peer Review Process
  • Preparing Successful Applications-Tales from the Trenches
  • Electronic Submission
  • Compliance and Stewardship of Federal Funds
  • Indirect Cost Rates and Accounting Systems Workshop
  • Identifying Grant and Contract Research Funding Opportunities
  • University Partnerships
  • Resources and Tools for Success
  • Welfare of Animals in Research
  • Human Subject Protections
  • Commercialization Strategies for Building a Business
  • Raising Capital Beyond SBIR/STTR
  • Building Corporate Alliances and Partnerships
  • Moving From R&D to Manufacturing
  • Intellectual Property Protections
  • Commercializing Your Healthcare/IT/Media Product
  • Multi-media Panel: Commercializing Behavioral Services, Interventions and Products
  • FDA Regulatory Requirements
  • NIH Technical Assistance Programs
  • Leveraging State Resources
  • ONE-ON-ONE MEETINGS WITH NIH PROGRAM AND GRANTS MANAGEMENT STAFF
  • And More!
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