Experienced Biotechnology Industry Professional

Natalie S. Rudolph, Ph.D., works with small biomedical companies and research institutions to identify non-dilutive R&D funding opportunities, plan R&D projects, and write grant applications and contract proposals. Dr. Rudolph’s familiarity with both corporate and academic research culture draws on more than 30 years of experience in the biotech and biomedical industries, including scientific management positions at two start-up biotechnology companies. Her specialties include biotechnology, biomedicine, and biomedical devices. She has a proven track record in securing federal research grants and contracts, and has helped to raise more than $75 million in non-dilutive funding.

Dr. Rudolph takes an enterprise-wide approach to plan the research, muster the resources and estimate the budget and timeline. She coaches scientists on proposal preparation and submission and organizes and manages the proposal process for collaborative programs.

Dr. Rudolph has an “alphabet” of biomedical project experience ranging from A to Z -- antibodies to Zika virus.

An effective leader, facilitator, and presenter with excellent oral and written communication skills, Dr. Rudolph shares with her clients an entrepreneurial spirit and a love of science.  She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Rutgers University and a doctorate in biochemical genetics from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. She completed postdoctoral research in cell and molecular genetics at the University of Rochester Medical School and Children’s Hospital-Boston / Harvard Medical School. Her most recent corporate position was the director of scientific development at a biotechnology start-up.