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BARDA "Itineraries"- Grant application process

First Flight Venture Center

Tuesday, December 10, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EST)

BARDA "Itineraries"- Grant application process

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Ticket Type Remaining Sales End Quantity
Itineraries - Lunch Requested 30 Tickets 2d 10h 13m Free  
Itineraries - NO LUNCH 30 Tickets 3d 13m Free  
OPTIONAL: Donation to FFVC programs 2d 5h 13m Enter donation ($)

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First Flight Venture Center is delighted to host lunch time programs, "Itineraries", that offer a chance for members of the First Flight community and broader innovation ecosystem to learn about the work of early stage science-focused companies, network and have some fun at the same time!

Our December 10th Itinerary will be our Quarterly BARDA DRIVe meeting. We will focus on the BARDA application process, including “going from idea to application.” We will step through the workflow of the process a company should take leading up to submitting an application for DRIVe funding: 


Idea -> Accelerator -> Area of Interest Call / Tech Watch -> application


As we move from step to step, we will provide details of information required/suggested (e.g. for an area of interest call, here is information you should present; when submitting an application, here is what information to include). We will conclude with a Case Study of a funded company (sanitized of any COI/sensitive information).


Please join us for our next “Itineraries” session, which will be held at noon, Tuesday, December 10th in the Hutchison conference room of First Flight. We will meet in person but a representative from BARDA will be calling in.


 

EVERYONE MUST REGISTER! SPACE IS LIMITED TO 50 ATTENDEES! 

Lunch: A casual lunch of pizza and beverages is provided for First Flight companies and guests are asked to make a modest donation.

Registration deadline is noon on Monday, December 9.

 

If you are unable to attend in person join in the WebEx

 

When it's time, start or join the WebEx meeting from here:

 

https://meetingserver.hhs.gov/orion/joinmeeting.do?MTID=761e1218ac3e2014da32e3ba57019fb4

 

Call in Number: 2027742300 (Meeting Server Main Number)

 

Meeting Number/Access Code: 993 454 401

 

 



About First Flight 

Founded in 1991, First Flight Venture Center was created to foster innovation and grow sustainable companies. Today, First Flight remains one of the nation’s largest and most stable incubators, hosting 30 to 40 high-science, high-impact companies at any one time. In total, First Flight company startups number more than 400 and growing.

About First Flight’s DRIVe Health Security Accelerator

In 2018, First Flight was selected by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as one of eight accelerators in the country to drive innovation in lifesaving medical technologies to solve challenging problems spanning modern health security threats and daily medical care.  DRIVe (Division of Research, Innovation, and Ventures) is part of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) in the HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR).

Have questions about BARDA "Itineraries"- Grant application process? Contact First Flight Venture Center

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First Flight Venture Center
2 Davis Drive
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709

Tuesday, December 10, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EST)


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First Flight Venture Center

First Flight Venture Center (First Flight) is a science and technology incubator located in the heart of Research Triangle Park. Established in 1991 to serve the initial needs of High Impact High Science entrepreneurs and early stage companies. First Flight strives to support companies to "graduate" from the facility as financially viable and freestanding businesses. These incubator graduates then migrate into the mainstream of the business community, not only creating jobs and commercializing important new technologies for the world but also contributing to a stronger North Carolina economy. First Flight creates programs that serve the highest needs of early stage companies such as subsidized professional grant-writing services and advanced precision prototyping.  A key advantage for startups is First Flight's  turnkey approach—the ability to enable startup businesses to reduce both their initial capitalization requirements and their annual operation costs by providing affordable space with flexible leases, shared business services, programs that address key needs, management guidance and connections to the innovation ecosystem. First Flight offers 25,000 square feet of leasable office and laboratory space for up to 40 emerging science/technology companies.  www.ffvcnc.org

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