Understanding the overall structure of the SBIR program and different funding opportunities is key to a successful application. Join us for a webinar with ScienceDocs as Dr. Pam Lucchesi shares her long-term experience as a seasoned NIH SBIR grant reviewer and discusses the 10 best tips for competitive proposals.
Q+A to follow.
Dr. Pam Lucchesi – SBIR Grant Writer and Instructor, ScienceDocs
Dr. Lucchesi received her PhD in Biomedical Sciences from University of Massachusetts Medical School and is an elected fellow of the American Heart Association and the American Physiological Society. She has a 30-year track record of continuous extramural funding related to cardiovascular disease and has mentored numerous fellows, junior faculty, and small business owners.
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