June 16, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pmFree
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The DoD has a wealth of opportunities to support your research and development, but it can be confusing to understand the differences between each type of funding. Learn about the pros and cons of different funding opportunities, the process for proposal submission, and what to expect if you are awarded. Startups and small businesses will also learn about opportunities beyond the SBIR/STTR grants. This webinar will help familiarize you with the general principles of DoD funding with specific examples from medical research and development.
Q+A to follow.
Dr. Carly Kiselycznyk – SBIR Consultant, ScienceDocs
As a former DoD grants officer at USAMRD, Dr. Kiselycznyk wrote and negotiated funding opportunities for medical research and development. She acted as a point of contact for research scientists trying to navigate the priorities and regulations of DoD leadership and contracting officers. She is also the founder of a medical device startup and has been on the applicant side of successful NIH and NSF SBIR awards. Dr. Kiselycznyk was trained in neuroscience through a graduate partnership program at the NIH and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. Her research focused on the molecular and behavioral neuroscience of stress and resilience with a postdoctoral fellowship at Yale University researching ketamine for treatment-resistant depression. She holds a PhD in Medical Sciences from the Karolinska Institute, and a Bachelors in Biological Sciences from Cornell University.
Presented in partnership with ScienceDocs.
ScienceDocs is a U.S. based, comprehensive scientific and medical research support provider that has been leading the industry since 2004. Their core services include:
- SBIR Grant Writing and Startup Support
- Academic Grant Proposal Writing and Editing
- Scientific and Medical Research Article Editing
- Statistical and Study Design Consultation
- English Language Translation
ScienceDocs work with individual researchers, groups, publishers, universities, businesses and governmental agencies around the world with content in all physical, biological and social science disciplines. Their staff consists of over 150 seasoned PhD-level/veteran editors, writers and grant consultants, startup experts, biostatisticians and epidemiologists, as well as an extensive in-house and contracted translation staff exceeding 1500 specialized translators into and out of English and all major languages. ScienceDocs are, in essence, your peers…they understand your needs and are here to help you.