Grant applications preparation begins by providing us with data figures, and (preferably) an outline.
After review of these preliminary materials, we prefer to converse with the investigator, if not in-person, via telephone, Skype, FaceTime, Google Hangouts audio/video, etc. We strongly believe this is the best means for “getting on the same page” as the investigator, regarding specific strategies and methods for presenting the background material, specific aims, while consistently ensuring the research approach strongly adheres to address the overall hypothesis(es).
Based on these conversations, and prior to preparation of the entire proposal, an abstract and specific aims page will be provided for customer review. Upon approval, we will begin grant application preparation.
Following completion of the entire bioscientific grant application, one additional round of editing/revision is allowed prior to the customer’s submission. Also, under certain circumstances, we can submit the application (directly to the agency) for the client.