Grant Writing Services

Grant Writing Service &  Preparation 

Medical Grant Writing

Grant Writing and the achievement of external research funding remains the most important metric for evaluating tenure-track faculty members.

Due to this fact, and a hyper-competitive environment for research resources, investigators must spend more and more time preparing funding proposals.

Time Savings & Expertise  

Bioscience Advising is uniquely positioned to relieve at least a portion of this burden from the shoulders of academic scholars.
Designed specifically for those in the bioscience and medical research fields, our writing, editing, proofreading, grant preparation, and consulting services ensure that you submit the best possible version of your research grant every time.

While we’re worrying about grammar and formatting, you can get on with the teaching and research that you love.

Your Research Is In Safe Hands

We understand how important it is to be able to trust your editor and proofreader. Your work is your life. To that end, Bioscience Advising works intimately with clients, holds strict confidentiality via a internationally enforceable non-disclosure agreement, and offers a full money-back guarantee. 

About the writer/editor

Dr. Curt Balch has over 20 years of experience in the biomedical and health-research disciplines. His past work included both direct laboratory research as well as the compilation of biomedical research for publication.

This expertise makes Curt and Bioscience Advising a fiscally prudent and productive means of writing grants,  getting journal manuscripts, research funding applications, book chapters, and abstracts “out the door” so that you can start reaping the benefits of your hard work.

Working closely with clients we relieve the workload and stress of writing grants so you can focus other task. 

Andrew Schlehr

Founder and President

Innovative Healthcare Services LLC
Atlanta, GA

I hired Bioscience Advising to prepare a SBIR grant application for my small business. Initially having no knowledge of how to prepare  or submit a grant for review they were a huge supporting factor in my grant application success.  They are results-oriented and often work beyond normal work hours.  I believe the value much exceeds the actually fees. I can confidently say that I advocate all of their grant writing/preparation and editing services.

 We offer a wide range of Grant application services, including:  

  • Basic grant editing (grammar, spelling, etc.)
  • Grant Search & Identification 
  • Extensive review of grant application for scientific content, logic, and clarity 
  • Preparation of full-fledge grant writing proposals

Grant Writing Experience 

Bioscience Advising possesses long-held experience in writing grants, reviewing and preparing specific types of funding applications, including  various private/philanthropic organizations ( American Cancer Society, American Diabetes Society, etc. ). 

  • National National Institutes of Health (NIH, R01, R03, R21, and U01 award mechanisms) National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • Early-concept Grants for Exploratory Research (EAGER)
  • Rapid Response Research (RAPID) award mechanisms, etc.)
  • Phase I and II SBIR/STTR proposals (multiple agencies)
  • Various private/philanthropic organizations (American Cancer Society, American Diabetes Society, etc.)

Our Grant Application Preparation Process

Grant application 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 the application preparation.

Following completion of the grant writing and application process, 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.

Grant writing how to's 

For more information on grant writing check out our how 4 step, how to write a grant blog series.