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Dani Peters advises Bloom Burton in the areas of non-dilutive financing and government relations.
Dani is a consultant with close to a decade of experience assisting life science companies and organizations in Canada and the United States. She has helped secure millions of dollars in non-dilutive government funding and incentives from federal, provincial and state governments, as well as non-profit foundations for life sciences R&D and procurement. In addition, Dani has helped drive advocacy strategies on a wide range of topics, from public health to intellectual property, tax, reimbursement, small business innovation and military/veteran care issues.
Since 2004, Dani has been working as a government relations consultant with Fabiani & Company, a U.S.-based government consulting firm. Dani joined the Rothwell Group, an Ottawa-based government consulting firm, in 2008. Dani regularly serves as an advisor to the National Institutes of Health Commercialization Assistance Program (NIH-CAP) and the Department of Defense's Telemedicine Advanced Technology Research Center Commercialization Program (TATRC-CAP) offered annually through the Larta Institute.