Can your existing medical product or one in development help avoid the call "Houston, we have a problem"?!?

Funding Organization: 
Baylor College of Medicine
Type of Funding: 
Grants
Proposal Deadline: 
Friday, January 25, 2019
Award/Eligibility Description: 

Today we posted a solicitation for the rapid development of commercially available or “soon” to be viable products that address a variety of topics (https://colab.secure-platform.com/a/page/TRISH-home)

Applicants must be companies based in the U.S.

There will be two levels of awards available depending on the maturity of solutions and scope of proposed work described in the applications: Validation Awards ($100K) and Accelerator Awards (<$250K, with the potential to be higher in special cases). The total budget is almost $2M and the process is going to be pretty fast:

      December 17, 2018: Proposal submission site open

      January 25, 2019: Deadline for full proposals

      February 15, 2019: Award recipients notified

Can your medical product help avoid the call "Houston, we have a problem"?!?

The Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH) announces eight new solicitation opportunities aimed at protecting and optimizing human health and performance during long duration space exploration missions.

Companies with existing medical products, or those still in development, may be awarded up to $250K to augment ongoing development efforts. TRISH’s funds can be used to advance the development and help make a product viable for use in a long duration space flight (e.g. by miniaturizing, reducing power and/or packaging, simplifying use, extending shelf-life, etc.) which will also make it a more robust and successful commercial product. This is a rapid response and unique opportunity to send your device to space. Apply no later than January 25, 2019 and notifications will be made by February 15th. Contact Dr Steve Schachter at CIMIT (sschacht@bidmc.harvard.edu) if you have questions or click on the link below.

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