Dr. Samuel – Mechanical Engineering SBIR Grant Writer and Business Consultant
Mechanical Engineering SBIR Grant Writer Dr. Samuel holds a Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering. He has several years of experience developing biomedical devices. He finds great pleasure in working with diverse backgrounds and expertise in developing solutions to make life better. His work in biomedical devices has benefited groups in both academic and commercial environments.
Dr. Samuel’s research focuses on utilizing unique mechanical design & fabrication techniques that use fluids & solids physics to develop novel biomedical systems. He further complements these solutions with automation and machine learning to enable these systems to perform functions at high throughput and with the least amount of human input. After finishing his graduate education, Dr. Samuel co-founded two startups developing specialized instrumentation for biomedical research, and point-of-care treatment of male infertility. For technology commercialization, Dr. Samuel has led business model discovery efforts to develop best strategies for product launch. He has commercialized one of his inventions successfully, referred to as the Zebrafish Embryonic Genotyper (ZEG), developed by one of his startups. Since its launch, the ZEG has had worldwide sales and is becoming a crucial research tool for biomedical research involving zebrafish disease models.
Dr. Samuel very much enjoys writing grants and business/commercialization plans for the development of technologies. In just 4 years (post-graduation), Dr. Samuel has been a principal investigator on several award-winning small business proposals that have included Phase 1 as well as Phase 2 wins for both the NIH and NSF. Notably these awarded proposals of his also included a highly-competitive NIH Fast Track SBIR win. He has published in several journals and conference proceedings and routinely serves as a reviewer for potential publications, and patent applications. Furthermore, he has held an Adjunct Professorship, where he routinely partnered with academic researchers to develop unique microfluidic solutions. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, traveling, reading, and cooking.
- Mechanical Engineering SBIR Grant Writing including related fields
- Commercialization Plan Support
- Technical Writing
- Patent Due Diligence
- Market Analysis
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