For many applicants, the difference between fundable and non-fundable scores, or between a decent initial score and triage, is effective grantsmanship.
By optimizing grantsmanship and the power of precision writing, GrantRescue maximizes your productivity, returns on institutional or personal investment, and award rates, and minimizes grant submissions needed.
Our grantsmanship assistance will improve depth and quality of your presentation, that signify authoritative understanding both of reviewers' needs and your science.
We strive to provide maximum value for your investment. The cost of our service is a minuscule fraction of the funding typically sought, translating into a large leveraging of client investment.
You will improve your own grantsmanship skills, through our tutorial and encouraging style.
Eliminating even a single review cycle substantially increases your team's research productivity – both by accelerating funding and avoiding new impediments (staff changes, competitors' new findings, study section changes, institutional crises).
We have won, and helped our clients win many grants, including many awarded on first submission.
Our NIH grant editing has helped "rescue" multiple clients, awarded grants following prior triage (unscored).
Even if your proposal requires resubmission, its first impression upon reviewers during initial review bears dramatically on their interest, score assigned (and whether a score is assigned at all), and their enthusiasm for seeing a later submission.
As competition continues to intensify for the limited funding pool for biomedical research, the competitive edge you gain as a GrantRescue client, and the new grantsmanship skills and techniques you acquire through us, will return great value.