Want non-dilutive funding? We can help.
What we do:
We found an excellent partner in Superior, they saved us a great deal of time, and in addition to top-notch editing skills, they have a very strong understanding of the SBIR submission process. They managed the project schedule well too. Money well spent and a pleasure to work with.
The strongest grant submissions combine the your subject matter expertise with our grant writing expertise.
- Subject matter expertise
- Background information for project and submitting entity
- Timely decisions on research direction, specific aims, project team members, and collaborators
- Consistent communication, feedback, and edits throughout the drafting process
- Expertise on 100+ successful grant submissions (NIH and NSF SBIR/STTR grants, Research grants, and DoD
- Success securing of $12.4M in non-dilutive funding since 2017
- Comprehensive research and compliance drafting services
- Organized submission process
Comprehensive grant writing assistance to bring your innovation from concept to submission in 10-12 weeks.
Our track record
Small business grant mechanisms have a success rate 2X-4X greater than traditional research grants – an exciting opportunity to secure non-dilutive funding to de-risk early-stage innovations.
Superior Medical Experts has successfully submitted 100+ grant applications spanning the topics of medical device innovation, AI/robotic technology, and digital therapeutics among many others. Since 2017, our clients have secured over $12.4 million in awards.
The majority of grants are not accepted, and many require multiple submissions prior to an award. Superior Medical Experts is looking to collaborate with risk-tolerant partners in all grant writing enterprises due to the inherent uncertainty of the grant review process.
Selection of Awarded Grants
Treatment of GERD Using Biodegradable Materials to Enhance Gastric Yield Pressure and GEJ Compliance Dynamics
Listen to Learn More:
Recently, Ashley Mooneyham, (President, Director of Grants) was featured on the Project MedTech podcast.
In this episode, Ashley and host Duane Mancini discuss the world of grants in the United States, the SBIR and STTR grant mechanisms, America’s seed fund, the mechanics of where the money can go if you get grant funding, the NIH vs. NSF grant opportunities, phase I vs. Phase II, the application process for both, what you can do with the money in each stage, tips and pitfalls when putting together your application, success rates, budget exceptions, and so much more.
Check it out, then contact Ashley to get started on your own grant submission.