First opportunities engine created
October 2, 2010 § Leave a comment
Our mission at iAMscientist is to help organizations find and fund the right investigators. We just released an online RFA and grants management system. The system allows program managers to publish requests for applications on our new site, and reach out to scientists who could be interested in responding to the requests, informing them of the opportunity.
Why publish your RFA on iAMscientist?
First, publishing on iAMscientist is free. We have 100K pageviews every month, so your RFA is sure to get the maximum exposure. Along with visitors to the site, our unique notification system allows program managers to inform researchers from our database of over 1M fully profiled scientists, engineers and physicians. We also provide tools for scientists to share the RFA on the most popular social networks.
Second, we have assembled some of the key scientific leaders across a wide range of disciplines (among them are 100 chairmen of medicine and research at top universities, 600 directors and tens of thousands of senior faculty) all of whom created profiles with an aggregate of almost half a million publications. You can see some of the users at http://www.iamscientist.com/people. Wouldn’t you like to have the pre-eminent scientific minds see and apply to your research program?
Finally, we know how labor-intensive grants management is. This is why we made it really easy. Our system allows program managers to go through the whole grants cycle: define required application materials, accept applications from users online, perform peer-review and reach out to the winners.
Publishing of RFAs on iAMscientist is always free. For a limited time, we are pleased to provide you the opportunity to manage the application process for free as well. We would be honored to help you find the right investigators to transform your research programs.
The process of posting an RFA should take no more than 3-5 minutes, and is super simple. Of course, if you have any questions, feel free to contact us directly. Post your RFA and help us transform the way that science is funded.