Scientific & Medical Writing, Editing, & Consulting Services
Content produced for medical doctors, professors, clinics, pharma, and biotech
I produce specific, targeted content for a variety of purposes in academic medicine, pharma, biotech, private clinics, CME, and patient education.
* Grant writing, reporting, and project management (NIH R01, phase I and phase II SBIR, R34, and more, NSF, PCORI, DoD, and private agencies)
* Scientific and medical manuscripts
* Review articles
* PowerPoint presentations
* Data preparation
* Progress reports
* Needs assessments
* Online learning tools
* Web content
Other services I am proud to offer include:
* Project management
* Consulting into laboratory setup, study design, and long-term strategies
Neurodegenerative diseases, including ALS and Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Huntington’s diseases
Research specialties include:
Growth factor research
Online learning tools
Rapid turnaround and competitive rates for all your writing, editing and consulting needs
What does the term Medical Communications mean?
Medical communications (MedComms) is a general term for the development and production of materials that deal specifically with medicine or healthcare.
What does a medical communicator do?
Medical communicators write, edit, or develop materials about medicine and health. They do this by gathering, organizing, interpreting, and presenting information in a manner appropriate for the target audience. Professional medical communicators have communication expertise, awareness of ethical standards, and health care knowledge.