Small Businesses for Bioengineering Technologies
This program supports small businesses pursuing the development, translation, and commercialization of bioengineering technologies for biomedical intervention.
This program focuses on supporting small businesses to stimulate bioengineering innovations with the potential to translate into impactful biomedical interventions. Projects have goals ranging from proof of concept demonstration to commercialization. This program encourages projects that are coordinated with the other bioengineering programs in the division and in conjunction with the opportunities in the NIBIB Small Business Programs.
Small Business Program webinar: NIH/NIBIB held an information webinar to announce the Notice of Special Interest to Developers of Technologies for Maternal Health NOT-EB-21-001
|Grant Number||Project Title||Principal Investigator||Institution|
|1-R41-EB028229-01A1||Enabling dexterous surgery at the tip of a flexible endoscope: A low-cost, disposable, steerable sheath.||Robert Webster||Endotheia, Inc.|
|5-R44-EB024423-02||A Hand-Held Robot to Cure BPH||Richard Hendrick||Virtuoso Surgical, Inc.|
|1-R44-EB028729-01||Soft Tissue Characterization in Urogynecological Surgery||Vladimir Egorov||Advanced Tactile Imaging, Inc.|
|1-R41-EB030462-01||Nature-inspired Aqueous Biodegradable Adhesives for Abdominoplasty||Chao Liu||Aleo Bme, Inc.|
|1-R43-EB030895-01A1||The Point Powered: A Robust Actuated Prosthetic Finger for Partial Hand Amputation||Levin Sliker||Point Designs, Llc|
|1-R43-EB031671-01||A minimally invasive, single incision, rechargeable spinal cord Stimulation system for chronic pain||Dane Grasse||Teliatry, Inc.|