This funding opportunity uses the R43/R44 research grant mechanism.
There is no award amount specified for this funding opportunity.
This funding opportunity is open to small businesses; and foreign components.
A funding opportunity notice from the NIH states: "Applicants should describe technical approaches, methodologies, and plan to develop and implement their POC [Point-of-Care] devices that will significantly improve disease management and/or treatment. Applications should have all relevant details including quality control and assurance, standards for samples, handling and testing. Related previous experience and qualifications of the team members should be well described. Once the POC tool/technology/test has been developed and validated, applicants will be expected to test the feasibility of the product in ongoing (or otherwise) heart, lung, blood and sleep clinical studies. Applications may also need to describe how to interpret the testing results as well as relevant bioinformatics and/or wireless technological component to link the POC test data with other relevant patient data (e.g., data in Electronic Health Records). This will enable the rapid sharing and synchronization of data for treatment at the POC. It is expected that commercial products or tools will be developed for use in the clinical setting at the POC as a result of this program."
The funding opportunity number is RFA-HL-14-011 (CFDA Nos. 93.233, 93.350, 93.837, 93.838 & 93.839). The application closing date is
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