I help health researchers get grant funding.
If you’ve ever sweated over a big grant proposal for months, only to have it rank juuuuust outside the funding cutoff—you know how brutal that feels, especially when your job is on the line.
So how do you get yourself in the top 10-15% of applications? I mean, aside from having a rock-solid study design? (Which you do, of course.)
You write a proposal that’s clear, compelling, and unforgettable. You use strategies to set your proposal apart from the competition.
Because the truth is, even a rock-solid study design will get a big ol’ MEH from reviewers if it’s poorly explained, poorly organized, or poorly written.
Good news: there are plenty of simple principles and strategies you can use to improve your almost-there proposal.
Guess who can help you with that?
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I’ve been working with health researchers to get grants for more than a decade. I’ve helped them win millions of dollars in grant funding, most of them in big funding competitions with success rates under 15%. I specialize in proposals to NIH and CIHR, both by working one-on-one as a consultant and editor, and as a grant writing instructor.
I know the principles and strategies that make your proposal stand out to reviewers.