REMOTELY CONSULTING is an academic services company founded by Julian Heng.
Our work is FAST and HIGH-QUALITY.
At REMOTELY CONSULTING, we offer English-language scientific editing services, workshops, as well as coaching and counselling.
Let us work with you to reach your KPIs, so that you can attract more funding and continue to do great research!
Collaboration. Timeliness. Quality.
*NEW* from the 1st of February, 2023, due to significant interest from our clients, we now have a new service for English-language translation and scientific editing of your manuscript – find our more here!
You are welcome to a copy of our products and services guide, here.
“Remotely Consulting is launching now, when hiring new staff and recruiting talented students for schools, departments, research units and labs have altogether become more expensive and competitive than ever. By offering dedicated services to support the preparation of manuscripts, dissertations, grant applications and grant reviews, we partner life scientists, biomedical professionals and clinicians, as well as their existing talented personnel to reach performance targets, fast-track career progression and maximise research communication and publication output at all levels. This leads to greater visibility for our clients’ work, their lab, their research/clinical department, their institute, their university.”
Julian Heng, Founder and Director, Remotely Consulting
Remotely Consulting was launched on August 16th, 2022. Our Founder and Director, Julian Heng, is a 17-year veteran of the life sciences and a qualified counsellor. Julian has so far worked in five universities, four research institutes and three out of eight of the top Australian Go8 universities (University of Melbourne, Monash University University of Western Australia),
Julian rose to the rank of Associate Professor in two universities, winning >AUD$5M in research funding (AUD$3M as lead) including 10 project grants and 2 Fellowships as well as other university/philanthropic grants. He has published research findings with over 120 authors from more than a dozen different countries and in journals including Nature (2008) and Cell Reports (2012, 2016, 2020).
Julian has mentored over three dozen staff and students towards their chosen careers, as well as serving administrative and national oversight roles while reviewing manuscripts for dozens of journal titles as well as grant applications for funding agencies all over the world, and more.
Julian brings all of his lived experience in the life sciences when working with our clients, supporting the academic publishing and career progression of life scientists and biomedical professionals that partner with Remotely Consulting.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to book a free 15-minute consultation with our Founder, Julian Heng, to help us understand your needs.
We look forward to hearing how we may serve you.
Contact us today to tell us how we may serve you.
Feedback from our clients:
“Thank you very much, much appreciate you working so much and comprehensively on [our paper].”
(Lecturer, Teaching & Research)
“Thank you very much for your professional and detailed polish, and for your great effort. We are very satisfied with the manuscript after your polish, and we recognize your professionalism and authority very much. I look forward to working with you next time, and I will introduce you to many of my friends and look forward to working with them as well.”
(Professor, Teaching & Research)
“Your business is what a drowning PI needs.”
(Associate Professor, Research)
We wish to thank clients from the following Universities, Research Institutions and Organizations that have trusted us with their research projects:
Here are some of our recent blogs:
- Publish and Flourish: Restarting Manuscript Writing after a Break
- Back to work? Tips for scientists returning to work after the break
- Three Months of Remotely Consulting…
- Remotely Consulting delivers seminars and workshops
- 888 for 888 – an initiative supporting life scientists to publish their research