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Jump-Starting Your SBIR Proposal Preparation

Through America's Seed Fund startups can get up to $2 million to develop deep technologies. Phil Brooks will walk you through the process and timeline, how to submit a proposal and what to expect along the way.

Phil is a Management Consultant with strong financial, economic and accounting skills. His experience is developed from 40 years of consulting through his own firm currently and previously with Big Four accounting firms and boutique consulting firms. 

His company, Brooks Consulting, has worked as a grant consultant for SBIR/STTR Phase I, Phase II, Fast Track, Broad Agency Announcement, Rapid Innovation Fund, i6 SBIR supplement and Commercialization Accelerator/ Assistance Program proposals. Submitting to seven agencies (DOD, DOE, DOT, ED, EPA, NIH, NSF), their work has resulted in awards totaling almost $9 million in grants to their clients.

The SHRS Innovation Seminar Series is an opportunity for our community to gather together to learn about commercialization as an impactful rehabilitation research translation strategy. The open discussions included during each seminar are a networking opportunity and facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration on specific commercialization projects. The series is co-sponsored by the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences and the Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship’s Innovation Institute.

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Register for Zoom information.

Monday, December 12 at 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

Jump-Starting Your SBIR Proposal Preparation

Through America's Seed Fund startups can get up to $2 million to develop deep technologies. Phil Brooks will walk you through the process and timeline, how to submit a proposal and what to expect along the way.

Phil is a Management Consultant with strong financial, economic and accounting skills. His experience is developed from 40 years of consulting through his own firm currently and previously with Big Four accounting firms and boutique consulting firms. 

His company, Brooks Consulting, has worked as a grant consultant for SBIR/STTR Phase I, Phase II, Fast Track, Broad Agency Announcement, Rapid Innovation Fund, i6 SBIR supplement and Commercialization Accelerator/ Assistance Program proposals. Submitting to seven agencies (DOD, DOE, DOT, ED, EPA, NIH, NSF), their work has resulted in awards totaling almost $9 million in grants to their clients.

The SHRS Innovation Seminar Series is an opportunity for our community to gather together to learn about commercialization as an impactful rehabilitation research translation strategy. The open discussions included during each seminar are a networking opportunity and facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration on specific commercialization projects. The series is co-sponsored by the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences and the Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship’s Innovation Institute.

Dial-In Information

Register for Zoom information.

Monday, December 12 at 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

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