This year, our team has expanded significantly to meet our clients’ needs. We will continue expanding to service a new Army contract we were recently awarded and an NIH contract we were awarded last year. Our new federal contract with the DoD Army MEDCOM is a 4-year contract for providing grant and manuscript writing and editing support. It is specifically to help the researchers at the Brooke Army Medical Center.

That means we now have additional subject matter experts along with our expanded capacity. Take a look at our About Us page to see information on our newer team members:

http://themedwriters.com/about-us/

Take advantage of our additional expertise and capacity. Let us know if you have any upcoming or ongoing projects we can help you with. We happy to get on a call or video chat to bring our teams’ expertise and experience in solving your challenges.

The Med Writers is a federal 8(a) and EDWOSB certified firm, allowing us to receive sole-source awards up to $4M. We are also a MOSB, WOSB, and SDB. Our team of Ph.D. scientists and doctors write and edit grant website content, proposals, manuscripts, articles, systematic reviews, white papers, presentations, slide decks, posters and more. Most of those types of projects are in the NAICS code 541990: all other professional, scientific and technical services. We also write articles, blog posts, press releases plus other types of web content, which can be in the NAICS code 541820: public relations agencies.

The federal agencies we currently serve as prime federal contractors include the Department of Health and Human Services (specifically NIH) and the Department of Defense (specifically Army MEDCOM). We are open to working with other agencies and offices as prime or sub.

Our company is happy to bid on contracts as prime or sub and are open to teaming arrangements, joint ventures, mentor-protege, and other agreements. We work in many additional NAICS codes that are not listed above. Please contact us to discuss your federal contracting or subcontracting needs.

Unfortunately, only about 1 out of every 5 grant applications submitted to the NIH in 2014 was funded. That’s a lot of great projects going unfunded.

One of the best ways to increase your chances of getting your next grant application funded is to have other PhD scientists critique your grant and provide feedback and suggestions. Another way is to have a professional scientific writer edit your grant application to improve how it reads and eliminate errors.

At The Med Writers we provide both of those services to biomedical professors like yourself. Even if you have a tight deadline, that’s okay…we work quickly. For a grant application critique, edit or both, contact us now with some details on your grant application and we’ll give you a quote.

 

Some labs publish new papers every month and get millions in grant money. How do they do it? No, it’s not that those PIs work more than you do.

Their biggest secret: they leverage their time, doing what they and only they can do and delegate everything else to the right people for each task.

No one knows what you know – the big picture view, the why behind everything, all the details, the right papers to cite, where projects are going, etc. You always need to be the brains behind everything your lab publishes. Every paper and every grant application needs your input and feedback. But you don’t need to be the writer and/or editor for everything. It limits how many papers and grant applications you can do and stops your lab from growing.

Top PIs work with experienced scientific writers and editors, quickly giving them the information they need to properly write or edit their papers and grant applications. The PI reads each draft, gives input and requests changes, then adds their finishing touches to the final draft.

Give this technique a try. The Med Writers is a team of biomedical PhD scientists trained as scientific writers, and available to help write or edit your lab’s papers and grant applications.

Call or email now for a quote on your current projects.

 

Writing NIH grant applications can be intimidating, especially if your recent grant applications didn’t get funded, and even more so if the submission deadline is fast approaching. It is also quite time consuming. Nonetheless, it needs to get done and get done well, because you need the funding to continue your research. Get the help of experienced NIH grant writers rather than doing it yourself.

The Med Writers team has extensive experience writing NIH grant applications. In addition to writing and editing NIH grant applications for clients, as a team of PhD scientists, we have all written NIH grant applications to get funding for our own academic research at some point. Hence, we know the NIH grant writing process inside out. We can handle everything for you.

If you are fortunate enough have a flexible deadline and are just thinking about writing a new NIH grant application but are not yet sure which NIH grant would be best suited to your project, we can help you to identify the best one. Once we get to the actual writing of the NIH grant application, you will send us all the papers and data you have and we will ask questions as they arise; however, you won’t need to hold our hands through the process. We realize that our clients – professors, post docs, doctors and healthcare centers – are very busy, and don’t have time to hold a writer’s hand, and should not have to.

Does the NIH grant that you want to apply for have a fast-approaching submission deadline? No problem! Our NIH grant writing and editing experts can turn it around fast. Contact us now with details of your NIH grant application, and let us get started today. Our email is info@themedwriters.com. We look forward to helping you.