whitepaper | National institute of health SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS (SBIR/STTR)

National Institute of Health Small Business Programs

If you want to find ways to expand your biomedical startup using NIH funding, you won't want to miss this guide! Stephanie Fertig and Kory Hallett from the National Institutes of Health  (NIH) give  an overview of  SBIR  and STTR Small Business programs at the NIH. 

This whitepaper reviews: 

  • A description of the programs and goals

  • Tips on applying

  • Resources available to researchers and small/startup businesses interested in translating their technologies into commercial products.


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Stephanie J. Fertig

Director, NINDS Small Business Programs

Ms. Fertig joined the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) in 2004 and currently serves as the Director for the NINDS Small Business Programs, which includes both small business innovative research (SBIR) and small business technology transfer (STTR) projects. Learn More

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Kory Hallett

Program Manager at National Cancer Institute SBIR Development Center

Kory Hallett is a member of the Small Business Innovation Research Development Center at the National Cancer Institute. Kory manages program evaluation for the Development Center, and provides program support in the areas of immunotherapy and monoclonal antibody technology.

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