Dr. Lane – Molecular Biology & Oncology Grant Writing, Public Health Advocate
Dr. Lane specializes in grant writing and editing for academic, minority and government organizations. She has a strong grant writing background in molecular biology, microbiology, cell biology, oncology and public health. She has secured over $500 million in CDC, NIH, HRSA, UNCF and AAUW funding for government and academic institutions. At ScienceDocs, she provides grant writing/editing services for organizations with innovative, high-reward research that provide new insights, paradigms and technologies. She also supports strengthening the innovation potential of small and medium-sized businesses in the field of cutting-edge life science research.
- Grant Writing/Editing (Academic, Government, Minority, etc.)
- Slide Deck Preparation/Review
- Graphic Design (Business Cards, Brochures, Slide Deck, etc.)
- Basic Research and Pre-clinical Grant Development
Experience: In addition to consulting with ScienceDocs, Dr. Lane has secured small (<$20K), medium and large grants ($1,725,000+) for government and academic institutions invested in life science research, oncology and public health services. Her efforts have raised millions in private and public funding. She has also presented at multiple global conferences related to cancer biology, microbiology and pathogen whole genome sequencing. Dr. Lane holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry (Focus: Cancer Biochemistry), Masters in Biotechnology (Focus: Microbiology) and Bachelors in Biosystems Engineering. Her PhD research focused on elucidating the role of cell surface proteins on growth signaling pathways in ovarian and pancreatic cancer models (in vitro and in vivo). She published five journal articles related to her cancer research and created the cover art for one journal publisher. During her Masters, she systematically characterized a two component regulatory system in Moraxella catarrhalis, the third leading cause of otitis media (ear infections), by generating defined mutants and testing them for antibiotic resistance. Prior to her Masters, Dr. Lane participated in an entomology program at the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). As a biological science technician, she expanded her network and scientific expertise to include using experimental Bacillus tabaci transmission in a greenhouse growth chamber to understand the potential virus reservoir for sweet potato leaf curl virus (SPLCV) in plants. In addition to grant writing, Dr. Lane completes graphic design projects for national organizations, has won several graphic design awards, and has over 15 years of graphic design experience.
To work with Life Sciences Grant Writer Dr. Lane, please visit our quote page and request her in the description area.