Perry is a scientific researcher with more than twenty years of experience. He worked at the level of Scientist/Associate professor at Case Western Reserve University. There he wrote scientific proposals to National Institute of Health and other competitive funding agencies and successfully brought in significant research funding. His research in uncovering molecular mechanisms of carcinogenesis was strong. That led to publishing several research papers in leading international journals. Later, he took a job at Stem Cell Authority Ltd. as Chief Scientific Officer. There he wrote business grants including SBIR and STTR, patents, intellectual property-related documents, standard operating protocols, and was involved in proposal preparation for phase I/II clinical trials. Perry has served on the grant reviewing committee of many funding agencies including the Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Program, CDMRP for over ten years and as an ad hoc reviewer for NIH study sections for many years.
Due to his cogent and persuasive writing skills that rivet attention and secure the end goal, many academic researchers and biotech companies have asked him to write grants, journal articles, and other science publications for themselves. He has been serving as a freelance writer for many years now. He enjoys writing for others and that made him a writer at writerAccss.
Perry is strong in basic research, clinical and medical sciences, and biotech R&D. A few examples of the areas are cancer, DNA/RNA biology, virology, cell biology, pharmacology, immunotherapy, cardiovascular and stem cell therapies.
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