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This 8.5-week entrepreneurship training program provides you with practical guidance from experienced industry professionals to help you transition from researcher to entrepreneur on your path towards commercialization.
Past participants have used lessons learned at I-Corps at NIH to write strong Phase II applications, win partnerships and investments, and build a wide network in the field.
Questions? Contact NCI SBIR Program Manager Reema Railkar (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit sbir.cancer.gov/icorps.
Cause of Death Elucidated (CODE) in Drug Overdose
Product Prototypes to Combat Drug Craving
Both prize competitions spur innovation in the field of substance use disorder by identifying ideas that may translate into marketable products. If you have questions about the competitions or winners, contact Sara Lioi of NIDA’s Office of Translational Initiatives and Program Innovations.
REDI-supported trainees will acquire specialized skills for success in areas such as science communications; intellectual property; regulatory affairs; science policy; consulting; drug discovery, approval, and production; and the business of science, science education, and health care. Individuals from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Applications are due on Tuesday, November 15.
The teams must also have a research idea directly related to substance use disorder (SUD) or that could be extended or adapted to be useful for SUD.
Contact: Sara Lioi (NIDAChallenge@nih.gov)
Submissions are due Wednesday, November 16.
Proposed neurotechnologies must have a pathway to a prototype for first-in-human testing within four years.
Learn more and apply by Sunday, October 16.