Dr. Amanda – Analytical Chemistry and Nanomaterials Academic and SBIR/STTR Grant Writer
Chemistry Grant Writer Dr. Amanda specializes in (and enjoys) developing proposals, including STTR/SBIRs and multi disciplinary/multi institutional proposals, for the NSF, DOD, NIH, and other federal agencies. She has collaborated with physicians, physicists, chemists, mechanical and electrical engineers on NSF and DOD funded multidisciplinary research. At ScienceDocs, she helps academicians and entrepreneurs with proposal development in the nanomaterials, medical device and material science space.
- Technical Writing
- Commercialization Plan Support
- Grant Writing (STTR/SBIR)
- Regulatory (Orphan designation (human/veterinary), IND preparation)
- Basic Research, Pre-clinical and Clinical Development
Dr. Amanda holds a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from Purdue University, a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School, and a B.S. in Physics from Yale University. Recent work includes running human trials for identification of volatile organic compounds for disease detection (COVID-19), animal model studies on disease progression, sensor development, and materials science research. Although she has not practiced as a lawyer in decades, she finds the background helpful in proposal development and grant management. Her dissertation included development of a spreadsheet for analyzing fluorescent emission fluctuations to identify molecular aggregations. She is a patent holder for her research developing devices to utilize volatile organic compounds for disease detection, has published in prestigious journals, serves as a reviewer for multiple journals, and actively presents at conferences.
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