TABLE App-D-1Advanced Brain Research NIH SBIR Awards-I

Fiscal Year Phase Type Award Size ($) Project Title Funding Institute-Center
1996 Phase I 99,980 Ambulatory, battery powered, physiological recording NS
1999 Phase II 543,000 Ambulatory brain monitoring device NS
2000 Phase II 204,167 Ambulatory brain monitoring device NS
1997 Phase I 99,940 Alertness quantification system using normative indices NS
1999 Phase II 798,773 Alertness quantification system using normative indices NS
2000 Phase II 276,228 Alertness quantification system using normative indices NS
1997 Phase I 99,400 Portable self-applying drowsiness detection device NS
1999 Phase II 365,994 Portable drowsiness monitoring device NS
2000 Phase II 41,556 Portable drowsiness monitoring device NS
2000 Phase II 347,762 Portable drowsiness monitoring device NS
2001 Phase I 125,306 In-home sleep apnea risk evaluation system HL
2002 Phase II 838,890 Validation of In-Home Sleep Apnea Risk Evaluation System HL
2003 Phase II 318,195 Validation of In-Home Sleep Apnea Risk Evaluation System HL
2002 Phase I 139,428 Biobehavioral Measurements of Alertness in Sleep Apnea HL
2003 Phase II 691,925 Automated Detection of Sleep Disordered Breathing HL
2003 Phase II 683,352 Biobehavioral Measurements of Alertness in Sleep Apnea HL
2001 Phase I 99,991 Drowsiness Detection: Effects of Feedback Based on EEG MH
2001 Phase I 99,994 Novel systems to evaluate sleep apnea and vigilance HL

NOTE: For a list of codes for National Institutes of Health institutes and centers, see Box App-A-1.

SOURCE: Advanced Brain Research.

From: D, Case Studies

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