Team Science

Research Development

Since 2009, Mike has helped hundreds of faculty across the Stanford School of Medicine find funding opportunities and apply for them, resulting in over $300 million in new funding from federal and foundation sponsors. He has received funding from NIH as a PI and served on an NIH study section.

Research Administration

Rebecca works with the Department of Medicine Chair’s Office and provides administrative support to Team Science and Faculty Development Initiatives. She is a passionate communicator and marketing professional, with a deep commitment to her work. Rebecca is proud and excited to help move forward the important and meaningful efforts of team science.

Grant Writing

Nicole has been at Stanford in the School of Medicine in the Department of Neurology since 2018 helping manage, coordinate, and develop proposals for several NIH-funded trials in neurodegenerative and neuromuscular disease populations. In addition to grant writing for Team Science, she is a data and imaging research scientist in the Day Lab led by Dr. John W. Day, MD, PhD, continuing to explore neurological disease with the hopes of obtaining a PhD in the future.

Melanie has been working in cardiovascular clinical research since 1999 and helped develop proposals for several large NIH-funded clinical trials including ISCHEMIA, CABANA, TACT and TACT-2, RACE-CARS, STICH, GUIDE-IT, OAT, and SCD-HeFT, as well as the DCC for the inaugural Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Clinical Research Network. In addition to grant writing, she has co-authored manuscripts published in Circulation, JAMA, and JACC. Her primary research interests are in cardiovascular medicine, health economics, and patient-reported outcomes.

Jennie has experience working for both research centers and local health departments. She has helped write NIH and foundation grant proposals, worked in project coordination for CDC and NIH grants, and co-authored eight manuscripts. Her primary research interests are in colorectal cancer prevention and screening, childhood obesity, and health disparities.

Bio coming soon