National Institutes of Health
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Short Overview of the NIH
SBIR/STTR Program
“Lab to Life”
National SBIR Conference, New Orleans
Matthew Portnoy, Ph.D.
SBIR/STTR Program
Coordinator
Office of Extramural
Research, NIH
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NIH Mission
Improve human
health through
biomedical and
behavioral research,
research training and
communications.
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SBIR / STTR Participating
Agencies
$682M
$2.5B
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DOD
HHS(NIH)
NSF
DOE
NASA
DHS
USDA
DOC
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EPA
DOT
SBIR/STTR
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Organizational Structure of NIH
Office of the Director
National Institute
on Aging
National Institute
on Alcohol Abuse
and Alcoholism
National Institute
of Allergy and
Infectious Diseases
National Institute
of Arthritis and
Musculoskeletal
and Skin Diseases
National Cancer
Institute
National Institute
of Child Health
and Human
Development
National Institute on
Deafness and Other
Communication
Disorders
National Institute
of Dental and
Craniofacial
Research
National Institute
of Diabetes and
Digestive and
Kidney Diseases
National Institute
on Drug Abuse
National Institute
of Environmental
Health Sciences
National Eye
Institute
National Institute
of General
Medical Sciences
National Heart,
Lung, and Blood
Institute
National Human
Genome Research
Institute
National Institute
of Mental Health
National Institute
of Neurological
Disorders and
Stroke
National Institute
of Nursing Research
Fogarty
International
Center
National Center
for Research
Resources
National Institute on
Minority Health
and Health
Disparities
National Center
for Complementary
and Alternative
Medicine
NIH Clinical Center
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Center for
Information
Technology
National Library
of Medicine
Center for
Scientific Review
National Institute
of Biomedical
Imaging
and
Bioengineering
No funding
authority
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NIH INSTITUTE/CENTER SBIR/STTR
BUDGET ALLOCATIONS (FY2011)
NIMHD
Extramural R&D Set-Asides:
SBIR = 2.5%
STTR = 0.3%
FY 2011 SBIR/STTR
Budget Allocations to NIH ICs:
$609 M (SBIR)
$ 73 M (STTR)
Total: $682 M
2012??
NIGMS
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NIDDK
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NIH SBIR/STTR: 3-Phase Program
PHASE I Feasibility Study
 Budget Guide: $150K (SBIR); $100K (STTR) Total Costs
 Project Period: 6 months (SBIR); 1 year (STTR)
PHASE II Full Research/R&D
 $750K (STTR), $1M (SBIR) over two years
PHASE II Competing Renewal/R&D
 Clinical R&D; Complex Instrumentation/Tools to FDA
 Many, but not all, ICs participate
 Varies ~$1M/year; 3 years
PHASE III Commercialization Stage
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 Non-Federal $$$ (outside investment)
 Federal non-SBIR $$$
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Multiple Funding Opportunities
 Annual SBIR/STTR Omnibus Grant Solicitation
Release: January
(PA-11-096 SBIR
Receipt Dates: April 5, Aug 5, Dec 5
PA-11-097 STTR)
 Targeted SBIR/STTR Grant Funding Opportunity
Announcements (NIH Guide for Grants &
Contracts)
Release: Weekly
Various receipt dates
 Annual SBIR Contract Solicitation (NIH, CDC)
Release: August
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Receipt Date: Early November
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Electronic Submission
• SBIR/STTR grant applications must be
submitted electronically. SBIR contract
proposals still in paper form.
• Registrations are required!!!
– Grants.gov (company)
– eRA Commons (company and all PD/PIs)
http://era.nih.gov/ElectronicReceipt/index.htm
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Timeline:
New Applications
<……………….……6-9 months…………………….>
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Due
Date
Scientific
Review
Council
Review
Award
Date (earliest)
April 5
July
October
December
August 5
November
January
April
December 5
March
May
July
Solicitations and Funding Opportunities
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Gap Funding
Phase I / Phase II
Fast Track
Phase I
Phase IIB Competing
Renewals
Phase II
Pipeline to Partnerships
Phase III
Technical Assistance Programs
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Solicitations and Due Dates
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/sbir.htm
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Save the Date!
14th Annual NIH SBIR/STTR Conference
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May 30 to June 1, 2012
Louisville, Kentucky
Hosted by Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation
2 day conference with optional workshop on June 1.
• Stay tuned to NIH SBIR website and listserv for details!
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For More Information
Matthew Portnoy, PhD
NIH SBIR/STTR Program Coordinator
Phone: 301- 435-2688
Email: [email protected]
Robert Vinson
SBIR/STTR Program Analyst
Phone: 301-435-2713
Email: [email protected]
Lenka Fedorkova, PhD
SBIR/STTR Program Analyst
Phone: 301-435-0921
Email: [email protected]
Subscribe to the SBIR/STTR List Serv:
Email [email protected] with the following text
in the message body: subscribe SBIR-STTR your name
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