We assist investigators in all aspects of the grant writing process including identifying funding sources, providing editorial support and scientific consultation, proposal review and grant application training and education.

Proposal Development

We assist investigators in all aspects of the grant writing process including identifying funding sources, providing editorial support and scientific consultation, proposal review and grant application training and education.

Proposal Development

  • Review and advise on specific aims, study design and grantsmanship
  • Review proposals for consistency with funding announcement guidelines and agency priorities
  • Review resubmission applications
  • Assist with identification of funding sources

Scientific Editorial Review

  • Edit proposals for language/style
  • Prepare supporting documents (e.g., biosketches, abstract, and resources)
  • Advise on funding agency guidelines and grant preparation procedures
  • Review multi-investigator and multi-disciplinary grant applications for style and consistency

Mock Study Section

  • Arrange ad hoc mock study sections to review applications and give feedback

Sample Applications

  • Work with investigators to identify appropriate funding sources
  • Provide samples of successful grant applications in a range of funding mechanisms

Seminars & Training

  • Hold seminars on application development and grantsmanship
  • Provide speakers to departments and schools on application development and grantsmanship
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