Grant Proposal Writer Dr. Brian
Dr. Brian is an experienced scientific and grant proposal writer with over 15 years of experience in the biomedical sciences. He received his Ph.D. in Molecular and Cell Biology from Cornell University, where he co-wrote a successfully funded NIH RO1 grant with his thesis advisor. As part of his postdoctoral training at New York University, Dr. Brian wrote and received an NIH F32 fellowship and also contributed to a successfully funded NIH RO1 grant and a Howard Hughes funding renewal application. As a Senior Research Associate, Dr. Brian developed novel neurological imaging techniques and received a grant from the NBIA Disorders Association to study a rare disorder involving iron accumulation in the brain.
Dr. Brian now works as a full-time scientific communicator and specializes in grant writing and editing, including SBIR, RO1, R21, and private foundation grants. He is a native English speaker with seven published scientific manuscripts and has expertise in a wide variety of fields, such as Oncology, Neurology, Dermatology, Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, and Clinical Research. He has a true passion for clear and concise scientific communication and understands how to properly structure a grant proposal to emphasize the novelty and importance of scientific ideas. He looks forward to the challenge of crafting a winning proposal in a competitive funding environment.
Dr. Brian’s “specific aim” is to have your grant successfully funded so you can get on with your research and make new scientific discoveries. He looks forward to working with you soon.
To work with grant proposal writer Dr. Brian, please visit our quote page and request him in the description area.