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2014 NIH SBIR Grant Money Cheat Sheet

Find out what NIH SBIR grants really pay.
It’s more than you think.

Tom Hollon, PhD, has helped clients win more than $19 million in grants and contracts.

If you’ve heard NIH Phase I SBIR grants pay up to $150,000 and Phase IIs up to $1 million, those amounts are actually just guidelines. Congress authorizes NIH to exceed guideline limits for SBIR research projects that can justify more money.

What’s more, some NIH institutes and centers award much higher SBIR awards than others. When it comes to SBIRs, institutes and centers are not identical peas from the same old pod.

So to know what NIH SBIR grants really pay, you have to know how each NIH institute and center uses its flexibility to decide SBIR grant awards.

That’s why you need my NIH SBIR Grant Money Cheat Sheet. This exclusive cheat sheet boils up-to-date, institute-wide  SBIR award information down into a couple of charts and tables and shows you how to use them to improve how you set SBIR budgets for your own grant applications.

You can get the cheat sheet free by filling in the box to the right.

I’ll also send you my free report, “10 Mistakes than can Kill Your NIH Grant.” Just four pages, it summarizes mistakes I’ve seen again and again in research plans of brilliant researchers who don’t happen to be brilliant writers because grant writing is not why they got into science.The margin between a winning and losing score is often tiny. If this report helps you score even a little higher, it’ll be worthwhile.

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If you don’t like the ezine, you can always unsubscribe, of course. But I hope you’ll like it.

May you always score above payline,