Dr. Pamela – SBIR Grant Writer and Instructor
SBIR Grant Writer Dr. Pamela’s research goal is to understand how interactions between hemodynamic forces, neurohormones, and inflammatory mediators regulate cardiovascular disease progression in response to Type II diabetes and hemodynamic overload. Her lab uses a combination of pre-clinical disease models, in vivo measurements of blood flow, cardiac function, and in situ measurements of arteriolar morphology and vasoreactivity. and isolation of primary cardiac myocytes, fibroblasts and cells. Biochemical, molecular and proteomic approaches are used to characterize disease progression.
She earned a PhD in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Massachusetts Medical School and was a postdoctoral fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital and Emory University School of Medicine. From 1994-2008, she held several faculty positions in medical schools, and was promoted to the rank of full professor in 2005, During the past 10 years, she has transitioned to academic leadership positions, first at Nationwide Children’s Hospital (Ohio State) and more recently as at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. During this period, her primary focus was on program building, developing clinical research infrastructure, and faculty recruitment and development.
Dr. Pamela has thirty years of NIH-funded research and served on multiple NIH peer review panels. She chaired both NIH SBIR and Fellowship study sections. She is also the author of ninety scholarly publications and five book chapters. In addition to working as a ScienceDocs SBIR grant writer and consultant, Dr. Pamela is currently also a Professor of Basic Sciences and serves as an Associate Editor or editorial board member of several journals. With more than 25 years of mentoring experience, Dr. Pam has trained students, fellows and faculty in grant writing, manuscript preparation and professional development. Her expertise includes SBIR Phase I/II grants, investigator-initiated research grants and multidisciplinary program projects in the disciplines of cardiovascular disease, obesity and diabetes. She is committed to helping fellow scientists develop hypothesis-driven grant proposals and disseminate their results to the biomedical community and the public.
To work with SBIR grant writer and consultant Dr. Pamela, please visit our quote page and request her in the description area.