Are you in the top 6%?
Many extremely talented researchers are nowhere near that regularly-funded top level and it often has nothing to do with the institution in which they work or the quality and novelty of the research itself. More often than not, it has to do with the grant proposals — how they are structured and the quality of that writing. A solid grant proposal needs to be built on equally solid research and a strong researcher team, but without a skilled, veteran grant writer as part of the team, a dependable stream of research dollars is unlikely to be there.
Our Grant Writing Division has lead the industry for over 10 years. This highly-accomplished group is comprised of over a dozen writers who hail from various backgrounds such as oncology, molecular biology, cardiology, epidemiology, neurology, psychology, pharmacology, toxicology, pediatrics, dentistry and many other disciplines. All on the team are PhD researchers themselves who have not only written successful grant proposal applications for their own research, but also have done so in a professional capacity for other researchers’ proposals. We have helped countless clients develop Research Project (R01) Grants for the NIH as well as R03, R21, R40, R15 and other grant proposals for academia as well as business. We have also fully developed SBIR as well as DoD grant proposals for many small and large clients over this last decade.
Please browse our list of grant writers below and if you have a preference with whom you would like to work, please mention this in the quote request form.
The grant writers here can work remotely with you and your co-investigators in an integrated fashion to develop your grant proposals. Depending on the client’s situation, we are occasionally available to work with other researchers/universities as a partner for certain SBIR and STTR grant proposals. ScienceDocs is a female/minority owned U.S. small corporation and therefore our clients often request us to work at partner level (instead of just as a service provider) to establish a greater likelihood of grant funding due to both our unique status as well as our strong expertise.