Dr. Soto – Materials Science and Engineering SBIR Grant Writer
Materials Science and Engineering SBIR Grant Writer Dr. Soto has 10+ years of experience working on research and development projects across academia and industry. He has experience as an SBIR grant writer for medical devices, diagnostic devices, materials science, and robotics innovations for the NSF and NIH. Additionally, he has experience managing SBIR funds, leading pre-clinical studies, creating and submitting SBIR reports, writing and publishing in multiple scientific journals, and performing patent due diligence.
At ScienceDocs, his services include:
- Technical Writing, Blog Writing
- SBIR Grant Writing
- Patent Due Diligence
- Scientific Articles
Experience: Prior to serving as a ScienceDocs SBIR Grant Writer, Dr. Soto has worked at an early-stage life science technology company developing medical and diagnostics devices. While there, he worked directly with researchers and clinicians from the Texas Medical Center to turn their innovations into reality by using grant funding to build prototypes, perform pre-clinical studies and further develop the technology. Additionally, Dr. Soto has worked on a technology startup developing materials and robotic systems for affordable housing construction, including innovative concrete materials for additive manufacturing processes. There, he also participated in writing award-winning grants and managing government funding for R&D projects.
Education: Dr. Soto earned a Ph.D. in Materials Science and NanoEngineering from Rice University, a master’s degree in Manufacturing Engineering from Tecnologico de Monterrey, and a bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin. His Ph.D. thesis focused on conditioning the electronic properties of carbon nanotubes by interwall interaction, doping, and defects using ab initio computational simulations. For his master’s thesis he developed a computational method to calculating the voltage and current at each node of a network of carbon nanotubes embedded in a polymer matrix and distributed stochastically.
Keywords: Materials Science, Nanotechnology, Nanomaterials, Concrete, Cement, Medical Device, Diagnostic Device.
To work with Material Science/Engineering SBIR Grant Writer Dr. Soto, please visit our quote page and request him in the description area.