Dr. Tremblay – Hearing Science Grant Writer, 20+ years of Academic Funding
Hearing Science Grant Writer Dr. Tremblay PhD is both a clinician and neuroscientist who specializes in aging. Her expertise spans cell-to-society with 100 + published works and 20 years of NIH research funding. As a clinician scientist, she can write for the physicians as well as the basic scientists. Her expertise ranges from neural mechanisms to public health. Examples include: Communication Neuroscience and Engineering, Cognitive Decline including Alzheimer’s Disease, and Psychosocial aspects of Aging. She disseminates her knowledge in many ways, including serving on public and policy advisory boards; such as the World Health Organization, the Hearing Loss Association of America, the American Federation for Aging Research, and the National Institutes of Health.
Dr. Tremblay recently retired from academia after 20 plus years as a tenured Full Professor with an impressive record of continuous research funding. On top of serving as a science grant writer for ScienceDocs, she serves on NIH and other global review panels, and has advanced experience with all of the NIH R-Series (R01, R21, R33/F44). K series (Career Development Awards), and T & F-series (F30, F31, F32) applications. She can also assist with tech transfer and start up funding applications as she has received her own STTR award.
Invited Topic Areas:
Geriatrics and Gerontology
Sensory and Cognitive Decline
Public Health and Policy
To work with Hearing Science Grant Writer Dr. Tremblay, please visit our quote page and request her in the description area.