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Improving your research competitiveness
Project & Award Management
Projects are complex. We can take much of the complexity out of it by providing you with a high level of project management. This helps you and your team get off to an efficient start, achieve your goals and maximize the impact over the life time of your project.
When a project starts, there are a set of new tasks that the PI and staff will take on.
Research Advisors can assist you with initiating your project, communicating with project participants and effectively capturing, reporting and monitoring project progress.
Many Investigators find writing a Progress Report (e.g., annual, final) to the funding agency to be a tedious burden. We look at it differently: A well-written report is an opportunity to demonstrate to funding agency program personnel your expertise, your dedication, and your analytical abilities. Demonstrating these qualities creates a lasting impression (halo effect) that will benefit your future submissions.
Research Advisors can assist you to craft reports that have maximum positive impact!
An external, thorough and independent review of your project and project outcomes that will help to establish how well you have reached your planned project goals and the likely barriers to achieving planned outcomes. Keep in mind that there is much to be learned from all possible outcomes and that understanding the obstacles is a key to getting beyond them in the future.
Research Advisors can provide an INDEPENDENT evaluation of your project that demonstrates your commitment and integrity.
Dissemination of Results
You can take the results of your project and submit an article based on those results to your community of practice. Very often reviewers of your proposals are members of your community and reading your publication can leave a lasting positive impression. Knowing that you have disseminated results of your previous projects to a broader community will also benefit future submissions.
Research Advisors can assist you to develop publications and presentations that communicate your results to the broader community!
(And don't forget to send a copy to your funding agency program director!)