Assistance with the NHLBI SBIR/STTR Program
Here to Help
You can contact the NHLBI Office of
Translational Alliances and Coordination (OTAC) for
assistance determining if your application
is appropriate for the NHLBI, questions
regarding the application process, or
clarification on SBIR/STTR policy.
If you want advice on a proposed project and
whether it fits into the NHLBI mission,
please submit a ONE-PAGE summary of your
email. Generally, the abstract and
specific aims is sufficient.
Frequently Asked Questions
NIH has a comprehensive
FAQ with answers to SBIR/STTR policy, eligibility, and
application questions. It includes answers
to common questions about eligibility,
budgets, foreign involvement, application
scoring, and human and animal research,
among other topics.
Questions about Your Application
To learn more about applying for funding from the
National Institutes of Health (NIH), including what
forms are necessary, important deadlines, a general
timeline, and guidelines for tracking your
application through the process,
If you have questions about submitting your grant
electronically, please contact Grants.gov at
1-800-518-4726 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Hours of
Operation: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They are
closed on federal holidays.
Please note: Beginning on January 25,
2011, all applications submitted after 5 p.m. local
time of the applicant organization on the due date
will be subject to the NIH late policy and may not
be accepted for review (NOT-OD-10-123).
In addition, any post-submission application
materials will be subject to the new policy detailed
in the NIH Guide Notice
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Last Updated April 2012