NIH/DOD Funding Opportunities for Life Science Companies

FreeMind Group is pleased to invite you to our 3rd webinar in a series of summer educational webinars focusing on NIH/DOD non-dilutive funding

Presenter:
Ayal Ronen, Senior Director, Marketing & Sales, FreeMind Group

We are witnessing a continuous movement by the NIH and DOD towards the life science industry, with a greater understanding as to the industry’s needs, focus, and challenges. The scope of funding support given to industry R&D efforts from non-dilutive sources such as NIH and DOD covers the entire R&D cycle from early stage exploratory activities and all the way to late stage clinical research activities (Phase I, and II).
All non-dilutive sources are now expressing greater than ever interest in the R&D efforts of the industry, and more so in the unique set of skills and assets presented by collaborative academia-industry alliances. In the presentation we will discuss the latest trends at the NIH and DOD and the new available large scale and clinical stage funding opportunities.

In this webinar we will discuss:

  • The challenges in putting together a complex and large scale application
  • Short term/large scale funding opportunities
  • Process for applying, requirements and limitations
  • How to maximize chances for success
  • Industry & academia collaboration
  • Government funding as a strategic source of funding

When:
Tuesday, July 19th at 1:00-1:30 PM EDT

The webinar is designed for experienced companies, as well as for first-time submitters who wish to increase their chances for award, as well as the total amount of funding awarded.
The webinar is FREE of charge. To register, please contact Hannah Rosencweig at (617) 648-0340, ext. 221, or at Hannah@freemindconsultants.com

FreeMind is a consultancy firm that specializes in raising funds from government agencies and other non-dilutive sources through grants and contracts. Over the past decade we have helped hundreds of companies and academic institutions to secure government funding, mainly from the NIH and DOD. The enhanced joint process of our 25 full-time analysts and writers supports our clients’ needs, from the strategic assessment of the research objectives to writing the applications.

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