Can you say “thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm” or “attribute-based access control?”
Once upon a time, I couldn’t either.
Thanks to a master’s degree in professional and technical communication and years of industry experience, I’m comfortable speaking with SMEs (subject matter experts), crafting and reviewing complex documents, searching databases, and cross-checking figures and footnotes.
My scientific, technical, and medical work includes:
- Reporting on ophthalmology and medical devices for Ophthalmology Management, Retinal Physician, MD+DI, AARP Magazine, Houston Business Journal, Health, and more.
- Press releases, brochures, web content, and other collateral for technology providers.
- Articles for about.com and thebalance.com on conventional and alternative energy topics, including coal, gas pipelines, wood stoves, solar, and wind.
- Proposals that won over $4 million in research contracts, including Small Business Innovation Research awards and funding from the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, Department of Homeland Security, Defense Information Systems Agency, and Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC).
- Grant applications for biomedical research teams at the Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CAMLS) at University of South Florida.
- Documents and ghostwriting for software development firms, including a white paper on open source software and another on meaningful use, user guides, and system administration guides.
- Thousands of abstracts summarizing scientific research for a major reference publisher.
Do you have a mission-critical editorial project that needs assistance? If so, email me.