Funding for Innovation (SBIR)
Wednesday, November 6, 2013 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (EST)
New Haven, CT
Funding for Innovation
Lisa Kurek, Program Director, SBIR Impact NYC; Managing Partner of BBC Entrepreneurial Training and Consulting
Margaret Cartiera, Senior Investment Associate, Connecticut Innovations
Mohan Kocherla, Technical Operations Director, Genomas, Inc.
Michael Weiner, Founder and CSO, AxioMx, Inc.
Registration: 3:30 pm
Presentation: 4:00 pm
Networking: 5:00 pm
|Cancer Cells. Medical illustration courtesy of XVIVO|
There’s a wealth of grant money available to researchers through the government’s SBIR program. The program can provide up to $150,000 in Phase I grant money and up to $1,000,000 in Phase II grant money. What’s more, through the SBIR Acceleration and Commercialization Program from Connecticut Innovations (CI), awardees can receive matching grants of up to $30,000, allowing researchers to gather additional data, protect intellectual property, conduct market research and more. Qualifying companies may apply for up to two of these CI grants per year.
The event will offer expert advice and insight on how innovators can access Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grants and matching funds.
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CURE is the bioscience cluster of Connecticut, a diverse network of small and large life and health care sciences companies, universities, scientists, educators, students, entrepreneurs, mentors, business experts, and investors. Together we cultivate entrepreneurship, build bioscience companies, and collaborate to ensure a sustainable, high-value bioscience and healthcare community that improves our quality of life and keeps the Connecticut economy strong.