A life sciences company contacted us to provide medical editing for their up-and-coming medical handbook series. We also were contracted to provide citation verification services, wherein for each citation in the document, we would consult the primary literature to extract the relevant and supporting text. In this way, we were able to either verify or

A for-profit business entity came to us after having a series of previously unscored NIH SBIR Phase I applications. We quickly helped them to refocus their research objectives, transformed the narratives so that they were clear and engaging, and corrected errors in the ancillary pages of their applications, resulting in strong resubmission applications that were

A large university client hired Tn Consulting to provide writing assistance and professional feedback for their substantial Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) application to the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS). These large applications are in excess of 200 pages and often include teams of 30+ PI’s. This project required over 50 hours

A well-established healthcare non-profit entity contacted us to help them initiate and fund a new avenue of projects with the goal of improving community participation in the healthcare process. We collaborated to devise a number of exploratory and evaluative projects with rigorous methods and well-defined, quantitative endpoints. We then went on to prepare grant applications

A clinical research team at a smaller research institute contacted us to help improve the number of academic research grants they were able to submit in a given time period. We quickly helped the team to prepare and submit two NIH R21’s (research innovation grants), one of which was subsequently funded, and a Challenge Initiative

We provided a last-minute review on a FastTrack SBIR (which contains aspects of both a Phase I and Phase II application in one, large application) for a client. Our feedback gave them an enhanced perspective on how integral components of their Phase I strategy improperly segued into their Phase II approach. We worked with the