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The NIH Applicant Assistance Program (AAP) is designed to assist small businesses that have never received NIH SBIR/STTR funding in preparing and submitting an application. Learn about the AAP and attend an upcoming informational webinar.
Experiencing systems issues when applying for SBIR/STTR grants? Follow these guidelines.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 included major changes to section 174 of the Internal Revenue Code to take effect in FY2022.
The Golden Ticket Competition marks the beginning of Ignite Health’s Annual Accelerator Program for women-led digital health and medical device startups.
The Small Business Administration's Small Business Innovation Research and Technology Transfer Office in the Office of Investment and Innovation is hiring an SBIR/STTR Commercialization Program Manager.
NIH provides free support for small businesses planning to apply for an SBIR/STTR award through the NIH Applicant Assistance Program (AAP).
Please complete this application to be considered for presenting a 10-minute Pitch Talk during the Innovative Approaches to Improve Maternal Health Hybrid Workshop scheduled for Monday, May 8th – Tuesday, May 9th, 2023.
Recent Phase I NIH SBIR or STTR awardees (grant, contract, or Fast-Track) may request a free Technical and Business Assistance (TABA) Needs Assessment Report provided by RTI Innovation Advisors.
Materials are now available for the Preparing a Small Business Application Involving Vertebrate Animals webinar held on February 28.
Pediatric medical device development faces unique challenges as children often differ from adults in size, growth, development, body chemistry, and disease propensity. Due in part to these issues, only a small number of medical devices approved are labeled for pediatric use, of which some are designed specifically for children, and others are adapted from adult applications.