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Sciversify was founded in 2013 to assist S&T organizations in accelerating their R&D initiatives and growth paths by providing highly specialized, client-focused advisory resources and solutions. Our initial efforts focused on building partnerships and collaborations across the life sciences sector, with an emphasis on helping start-up and early-stage companies build teams with the cutting-edge technical capabilities they would need to drive product development and innovation. Sciversify’s consulting services have since expanded to leverage our deep expertise with federal S&T organizations and processes in support of our government and military clients, and to assist S&T innovators in building and managing their federally funded R&D programs.

Sciversify’s founder and principal consultant, Dr. Stephen Greenbaum, has worked with various Department of Homeland Security (DHS) headquarters and operational components, Department of Defense (DoD) science and technology agencies, and private and nonprofit R&D organizations. Dr. Greenbaum has a diverse scientific background and twenty years of experience with federally funded research, development, analysis, and oversight programs. He applies this experience in helping clients drive S&T innovations in both the public and the private sectors. He also has a broad network of colleagues and collaborators across the defense, security, and scientific communities who can bring value-added reach and insights to Sciversify’s consulting engagements.


In his most recent role, Dr. Greenbaum led the S&T advisory and assistance services division of BAI, Inc., a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned defense contracting firm with customers that included the DHS Science and Technology Directorate, the Office of Naval Research, the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, and other federal defense and national security organizations. He managed the division’s business development, strategic partnership, client engagement, and contract and program management functions for all active and prospective professional services engagements. During his tenure with BAI, Dr. Greenbaum captured and managed more than $50 million in new and retained professional services contract revenue with DHS and DoD client agencies. Prior to joining BAI, he served as lead scientist on a biological assessments team at Battelle Memorial Institute, managing S&T-related projects for various defense, intelligence, and homeland security clients. In previous laboratory research positions, Dr. Greenbaum conducted NIH-funded studies in molecular biology, immunology, and vaccine development, and investigated a novel antibody-based therapeutic platform under a grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

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