Project Managers for your Science

Plan, organize, and control your scientific projects.

Focus on the science, we get you published.

Timelines & Deadlines

Grants Administration

Meeting Documentation

Finance & Operations

Laboratory Culture

Custom Projects & more!

What we do

We work with you to lead and manage your projects from grant management to digital health developments

Project Reporting

We transform all the data, progress, and relevant information collected during the development of your project or grant execution into valuable information, easy to digest and ready to be presented.

Project Development

We oversee all the research, regulations, product lifecycle, and all processes and programs involved in your grant or development and we work with you to deliver a high-quality product or result.

Risk Management & Solutions

 Diagnosing and solving problems is vital during a project. We actively work on detecting and solving any problem or risk to take action and improve your project process and performance.

Project Outline & Planning

Presentations to grant funders, ensuring update reports are on time, and coordinating/scheduling meetings for your laboratory 

Conduct Science puts your science in the fast lane to publication. Here are the frequently asked questions we receive

How much does this service cost?

Our range of prices is from $20-50 per hour depending on the complexity and skill level needed for your project.

How do you charge for this service?

We send you a quote for a bundle of hours (i.e. 10 hours) that then are burned during the time worked. We bundle packages together so a purchase order can be made in grants.

How do I get initiated?

You will meet with a senior associate scientist to understand your work and needs in the lab. You will be assigned a project manager. Our scientific associates will obtain feedback from you in weeks 1, 2, 3, and 4 to ensure work is going smoothly.

You can change the staff at any time if you are not happy with the relationship that you have built with your project manager.

How do you track progress?

You can see progress tracked to an expected bundle to ensure the project stays on track. Email reports stating burn amount and project progress allow you to evaluate the project as you go so you get results.

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