Dr. Robert L. – Seasoned SBIR and Academic Grant Writer – over $30M in own awards
Academic Grant Writer Dr. Robert L. is a highly experienced epidemiologist/public health scientist, with years of experience obtaining funding, leading research, helping others do research and mentoring junior researchers. He is also very experienced in manuscript development and preparation across a range of disciplines.
- Foundation, SBIR and Academic Grant development and implementation
- Research conceptualization
- Specific aims development
- Budget and Budget justification
- Scientific narrative
- Acting as a bridge to grant administration, pre and post award
- Deadlines and calendar development.
- Strategy for determining grant submission placement and long term development.
- Medical and Public Health research program development – how to think about and implement research at your institution, developing/strengthening a sponsored programs initiative.
- Scientific manuscript preparation, editing, manuscript submission and manuscript positioning
Experience: In addition to consulting with ScienceDocs as an academic grant writer and consultant, Robert has personally obtained over $30,000,000 in NIH level research funding working as an associate professor in the department of emergency medicine at the University of Michigan, Scientific director at Beth Israel Deaconess/Harvard medical school Emergency Medicine department as well as the Prevention Research Center in Berkeley (where he remains a senior research scientist). He has also developed research programs for the California University of Science and Medicine (a medical school) as well as the Verity Hospital group. Robert has written a wide variety of academic grants, including venture capital oriented SBIRs. He is very adept at working with colleagues, junior faculty, and students across a variety of disciplines and has done research consulting for over 10 years.
Robert has experience writing grants that have been awarded from the NIMH, CDC, DOF, and HRSA. Levels of involvement in his grant awards have included two CDC center grant study component PIs, 6 Tobacco Related Disease Research Program (TRDRP) PIs, co-PIs, 1 NIMH U01 Site PI, 7 NIH R01, R21, R03, PIs, co-PIs, and co-I levels.
Robert holds Ph.D. in Epidemiology from UCLA, focusing on methods in chronic and social epidemiology and has done post-doctoral work at UC Berkeley. He has been on several scientific review boards and regularly reviews journal articles in a variety of disciplines.
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