Biomedical academic entrepreneurship through the SBIR program

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United States. -- Dept. of Energy. -- Small Business Innovation Research Program, Medical technology -- Economic aspects -- United States, Medical innovations -- Economic aspects -- United S
StatementAndrew A. Toole, Dirk Czarnitzki.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 11450., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 11450.
ContributionsCzarnitzki, Dirk., National Bureau of Economic Research.
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Using unique data on NIH supported biomedical scientists, we trace the incidence of academic entrepreneurship through the SBIR program and examine the impact these scientists have on the performance of the SBIR firms they found or join.

Our results show that the SBIR program is used as a commercialization channel by biomedical academic by: Biomedical Academic Entrepreneurship Through the SBIR Program Andrew A. Toole, Dirk Czarnitzki. NBER Working Paper No.

Issued in July NBER Program(s):Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship This paper considers the U.S.

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Small Business Innovation research (SBIR) program as a policy fostering academic by: " Biomedical academic entrepreneurship through the SBIR program," Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Elsevier, vol. 63(4), pagesAugust. Andrew A. Toole & Dirk Czarnitzki, " Biomedical Academic Entrepreneurship Through the SBIR Program," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Using unique data on NIH supported biomedical scientists, we trace the incidence of academic entrepreneurship through the SBIR program and examine the impact these scientists have on the performance of the SBIR firms they found or join.

Our results show that the SBIR program is used as a commercialization channel by biomedical academic by: Monographs This paper considers the U.S.

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Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program as a policy fostering academic entrepreneurship. We highlight two main characteristics of the program that make it attractive as an entrepreneurship policy: early-stage financing and scientist involvement in commercialization.

Using unique data on NIH supported biomedical scientists, we trace the incidence of academic entrepreneurship through the SBIR program and examine the impact these scientists have on the. Consistent with the idea that the SBIR program fosters academic entrepreneurship, we find that the program is used as a commercialization channel by biomedical researchers.

Academic entrepreneurs are a relatively small group among SBIR PIs but their numbers grew steadily since Downloadable. This paper considers the U.S. Small Business Innovation research (SBIR) program as a policy fostering academic entrepreneurship. We highlight two main characteristics of the program that make it attractive as an entrepreneurship policy: early-stage financing and scientist involvement in commercialization.

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Using unique data on NIH supported biomedical researchers, we trace the. Biomedical academic entrepreneurship through the SBIR program.

Andrew A. Toole and Dirk Czarnitzki. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization,vol. 63, issue 4, Date: References: View references in EconPapers View complete reference list from CitEc Citations: View citations in EconPapers (32) Track citations by RSS feed Downloads: (external link).

Abstract This paper considers the U.S. Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program as a policy fostering academic entrepreneurship.

We highlight two main characteristics of the program that make it attractive as an entrepreneurship policy: early-stage financing and scientist involvement in commercialization.

"This paper considers the U.S. Small Business Innovation research (SBIR) program as a policy fostering academic entrepreneurship. We highlight two main characteristics of the program that make it attractive as an entrepreneurship policy: early-stage financing and scientist involvement in commercialization.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper considers the U.S. Small Business Innovation research (SBIR) program as a policy fostering academic entrepreneurship.

We highlight two main characteristics of the program that make it attractive as an entrepreneurship policy: early-stage financing and scientist involvement in commercialization. Using data on the human capital of biomedical scientists developed during their careers in academe, this paper analyzes how the depth of their scientifically and commercially oriented academic human capital contributes to firm performance when these scientists subsequently start or.

Cassidy Slater* – Academic Innovation Support Staff SEED Small Business Team NIH is the world’s largest early stage life sciences investor, backing over 1, companies each year with more than $1 billion in non-dilutive awards through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs.

The SBIR and STTR programs fund a diverse portfolio of startups and small businesses across technology areas and markets to stimulate technological innovation, meet Federal research and development (R&D) needs, and increase commercialization to transition R&D into impact.

The emergence of entrepreneurship policy: governance, start-ups, and growth in the US knowledge economy. Hart, David M., () Biomedical academic entrepreneurship through the SBIR program. Toole, Andrew A., () More. Exploring the Relationship Between Scientist Human Capital and Firm Performance: The Case of Biomedical Academic Entrepreneurs in the SBIR Program Article.

Entrepreneurship or new firm formation plays an increasingly important role in knowledge-based economic development. Public policy to encourage new firm formation has not focused on high quality, high potential firms, and the search for entrepreneurship policy with high economic impact is still needed.

This research evaluates the efficacy of the US Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR. Bios Program directors. Henry Ahn joined the National Science Foundation in July as an SBIR/STTR Program Director.

Prior to joining NSF, Henry managed seed/early stage investment programs for TEDCO for 12 years including Technology Commercialization Fund, TEDCO’s flagship seed funding program for technology-based companies in Maryland.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) hereby notify Small Business Concerns (SBCs) holding Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grants that funds are available for administrative supplements to improve the diversity of the research workforce by recruiting and supporting students, postdoctorates, and eligible investigators from groups that.

Regional accelerator hubs provide infrastructure, expertise, and networks to foster entrepreneurship at academic institutes in IDeA states through partnerships with small businesses.

The program seeks to stimulate entrepreneurship, technology transfer, management, small business finance, and other skills needed to transition discoveries and. Biomedical Academic Entrepreneurship through the SBIR Program A chapter in Academic Science and Entrepreneurship: Dual Engines of Growth, View citations (36) See also Journal Article in Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization () Working Paper () Market Valuation of US and European Intellectual Property.

NSF I-Corps: This 7-week program run by the National Science Foundation (NSF) provides academic scientists with grants and rigorous training in entrepreneurship and customer discovery through a defined curriculum.

SBIR grants: The federal government’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program offers competitive awards to support small businesses’ early R&D efforts. The Small Business Survival Committee (later Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council) protects small business and advance policies and legislation that create a sound environment for robust entrepreneurial activity, job creation and economic growth.

Website. electronic | Electronic (Form). NIH SBIR/STTR Award Data. RePORTER is a report expenditures and research tool that allows users to search a repository of NIH-funded research projects.

To search for SBIR/STTR related projects, make sure you set the funding mechanism under Project Details to SBIR. Exploring the relationship between scientist human capital and firm performance: The case of biomedical academic entrepreneurs in the SBIR program (with D.

Czarnitzki), Management Science, 55(1),   1, academic innovators with training in product development and entrepreneurship. As of Novemberapproximately 3 years since the start of the early-stage technology development program, 22 startup companies had launched to commercialize technologies.

These companies have submitted 12 SBIR/STTR applications and received 5 awards. Archibald, R. B., & Finifter, D. Evaluating the NASA small business innovation research program: Preliminary evidence of a trade-off between commercialization and basic research.

Biomedical academic entrepreneurship through the SBIR program. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 63, – CrossRef Google. Legislation moving through both houses of Congress would raise the current 3% SBIR set-aside significantly over the next several years—to 6% by.

The Small Business Innovation Research program (SBIR) and the Small Business Technology Transfer program (STTR) are two programs that can provide partnerships between the University and a Small Business. the Duke Office of Scientific Integrity hosted a Research Town Hall, “Balancing Entrepreneurship and COI: SBIR and STTR Funding.

Craig's book saved an enormous amount of time in a variety of topics specific to only this industry including the pre-clinical development cycle, Phase 1,2,3 clinical trials, regulatory concerns, reimbursement issues, business development strategies, licensing norms for academic funded research, Bayh-Dole, and many s: Created in through the Small Business Innovation Development Act, the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) is the nation’s largest innovation program.

It provides competitively awarded grants to small high-technology firms with technically sound and commercially promising but unproven ideasFor a comprehensive review of the concept and performance of this year-old program.America’s SBDC New Jersey Technology Commercialization Program sponsored a September 30th SBIR/STTR training seminar ( a.m.

– p.m.) followed by one-to-one appointments at the NJ Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) North Brunswick facility. PSE&G provided support for this event and follow-on with SBDC science-technology clients and trainees.

In addition, a key sponsor of .