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At Manta Scientific, we believe strongly that there is no such thing as a "typical" client or project.
Every project and client is unique
. While this can be challenging, it always makes it interesting and keeps us nimble. For reasons of confidentiality, we do not list individual persons or client companies by name. However, here is an honest assessment of the types of clients that we have worked with:

  • Our valued partners in the continuing medical education (CME) field who share our mission of delivering ethical, fact-based reports of biomedical developments and discoveries
  • Research & development (R&D) divisions of major pharmaceutical companies
  • Faculty and clinicians at NCI-sponsored Comprehensive Cancer Centers
  • R&D divisions of mid-level pharmaceutical companies
  • Faculty and clinicians at major respected medical centers and universities, including: Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, The Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, UC-Davis Cancer Center
  • Physicians preparing materials for meetings, invited symposia, and other venues
  • R&D groups at established biotechnology companies
  • Research groups employing new microscopy-based technologies for drug discovery
  • Researchers at relatively new biotechnology companies (<5 years in business)
  • Individual US-born faculty members conducting basic or translational research
  • International faculty members in basic or translational research (English as 2nd language)
  • Hosts of MD-targeted websites that provide rapid dissemination of emerging technologies
  • Biotech companies targeting advances in the pharmacogenomic or forensic DNA fields
  • Faculty preparing NIH grants that need restructuring/editing prior to grant submission
  • Clinical residents and research fellows preparing abstracts, case studies, and other reports
  • Meeting planners that need help preparing an expert faculty list of speakers per topic
  • Newly retired faculty/clinicians compiling book chapters or historical overviews