2008 Long Island Regional SBIR Workshop
March 20, 2008
10 am - 5:30 pm
Charles B. Wang Center, Stony Brook University
About The Event
The 2008 Long Island Regional SBIR Workshop was a high impact educational event intended for starting entrepreneurs and small business owners interested in high risk, big payoff research funding through a federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or a Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy and Yacov Shamash, Vice President for Economic Development and Dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Stony Brook University, gave opening remarks to kick off the event in a standing room only audience. Some attendees came from as far as Buffalo and Rochester demonstrating the entrepreneurial nature of New York State! The workshop was a success with over 100 registered attendees from regional small businesses, research institutions, and regional resources with interest in helping their constituents to understand the SBIR/STTR Grant Program.
What did they learn at the 2008 Regional SBIR Workshop?
• Learned from DOD, NIH, USDA and DOE Program Directors about their specific agency programs
• Learned best practices for preparing a successful SBIR proposal
• Understand reviewers and the review process
• STTRs – the opportunity for collaborative partnering with SBU, CSHL, BNL and other regional institutions
• Learned new program policies that affect your company’s eligibility
• Phase I budget max? It's not 100K! You can ask for more and in 2006 the average NIH phase I was $160K!
• Discover winning strategies with NIH, DOD, NSF, etc that was shared by regional SBIR funding winners
Speakers Presentations/Handouts (download below)
Small Business Regional Resources Panel (10:15A- 12:00P)
SBIR Program Directors Panel (1:00P – 3:30P)
SBIR Funded Company Panel (4:00P - 5:30P)
Stony Brook University Facilities
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County Executive Steve Levy
Center for Biotechnology
Stony Brook University
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Brookhaven National Laboratory
For further information contact:
Anil Dhundale, Ph.D.
Long Island High Technology Incubator
631-444-8888, or -8800
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