Don’t wait until you have funding to talk to us about working together - we can help before you even start writing your grant application
Our experience in helping write grant applications for academic and government funding shows that working together at the very start of a project reaps rewards. Being involved from the beginning gives all parties the flexibility to see exactly how and when we can make the maximum contribution to your research.
The University of Newcastle and Sygnature Discovery engaged Cresset Discovery from the earliest stages of an MRC funding application: this three-way collaboration involved writing the successful funding proposal together, ensuring the project used the strengths of each collaborator in the most efficient way.
When it comes to writing your application, we can give you as much help as you want. At a very
Cost and benefit analysis of our methods compared to alternative approaches can also be provided. For example, virtual screening can be an incredibly cost effective way of finding a chemical starting point. We recently carried out ligand-protein docking for a customer as a virtual screen of available library compounds, leading to the selection and purchase of a small sub-set of the available compounds. Cresset Discovery helped the customer make an estimated five-fold saving over traditional HTS screening approaches without the pre-selection of likely hits.
Milestones, deliverables and reporting are part and parcel of grant funding. We will work with you on these, and of
If you prefer, we can also contribute to the writing of the whole proposal. We can even work as a project manager to other collaborators. For example, we can manage your procurement process and work with CROs to outsource assays.
It can often help to have a third party, such as Cresset Discovery, bring expertise to your grant application. It will certainly reduce your workload!
Flexibility is key
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