Are you a medical device company thinking of applying for an SBIR/STTR grant from NIH?
On Wednesday, November 2, 2011 from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. M2D2 held an SBIR/STTR workshop for enterpreuneurs interested in SBIR/STTR grant funds from NIH at the M2D2 Innovation Hub at the Wannalancit Mills Office and Technology Center in Lowell, MA.
M2D2 has a history of succesfully helping enterpreneurs submit and receive SBIR and STTR grands and NIH funds.
M2D2 is a Medical Device Innovation Hub between UMass Lowell and UMass Worcester. M2D2 has a history of successfully helping entrepreneurs submit and receive SBIR and STTR grant funds from NIH. Come learn about SBIR and STTR grant opportunities from NIH for medical device development and learn about the things you need to know to apply.
The session featured Dr. Natalie Rudolph from Rudolph Biomedical Consulting as a distinguished speaker.
Dr. Rudolph's familiarity with both corporate and academic research culture draws on more than 24 years of experience in the biotech and biomedical industries. She held scientific and management positions at two start-up biotechnology companies, where she helped to develop and support three lines of biomedical assay reagents, managed an intellectual property portfolio, and coordinated technology licenses and extramural research collaborations. For the last 17 years, she has worked with small companies and research institutions to develop R&D project strategies and fund them through non-dilutive grants and contracts.
M2D2 SBIR/STTR Workshop
If you have other questions regarding this event or other M2D2 events please call M2D2 at 978-934-3465.
M2D2 would like to thank the following sponsors for their support!
Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP
Essco Calibration Laboratory
Waterfield Business Center