Small Business : NIDDK

NIDDK Small Business Program

Is my business eligible?

The SBIR/STTR program is intended to support innovative research which has the potential for commercialization, conducted by small businesses of up to 500 employees.

The Small business Innovation Research (SBIR) program requires that the Principal Investigator have his/her primary employment (>51%) with the small business.

The Small Business Technology Transfer Research (STTR) program is designed to create formal collaborative relationships between applicants and research institutions in the development of a commercial product.

NIDDK's Small Business Funding Opportunity Announcements

NIH SBIR/STTR Funding Information

Application Information:
All applications must be submitted electronically via using SF424 R&R , the new NIH electronic application form. Progress reports use PHS 2590

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Page last updated: February 06, 2008

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