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Applicant Assistance Program (AAP)

SBIR/STTR Applicant Assistance Program

NOT-CA-18-031

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The SBIR/STTR Applicant Assistance Program (AAP) is aimed at helping eligible small R&D businesses and individuals successfully apply for Phase I SBIR/STTR funding from the National Cancer Institute (NCI), National Institute for Neurological Discorders and Stroke (NINDS), National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI). Participation in the AAP will be funded by the NCI, NINDS, and NHLBI with NO COST TO PARTICIPANTS. The program will include the following services:

  • Needs Assessment/Small Business Mentoring
  • Phase I Application Preparation Support
  • Application Review
  • Team/Facilities Development
  • Market Research
  • Intellectual Property Consultation

For more details about the program, please refer to NIH Notice NOT-CA-18-031.

 

Eligibility:

Only small businesses who have not previously won an SBIR/STTR award from the NIH are eligible to apply. The primary goal of the AAP is to increase participation in the SBIR program by businesses that are owned or controlled by individuals who are traditionally underrepresented in the biomedical sciences. Therefore, NIH is particularly interested in applications from socially/economically disadvantaged small businesses (SDB), women-owned small business (WOSB), and small businesses located in under-represented states. In addition, the research area of interest must align with the mission of the participating institute. 

 

Next Receipt date: January 15, 2018

 

For more information about the program, please visit www.dawnbreaker.com/aap

 

Posted: December 27, 2017