Services

You need an experienced medical writer. Here’s what I can do for you.

Services

Writing

You need insightful, concise, and strategic medical and health content delivered with your target audience in mind. Let me help. My writing reaches technical or lay audiences in a client-adopted voice, or my own — you choose.

  • Continuing medical education
  • Company blogs or articles
  • Marketing and web content
  • Research-based articles
  • Research summaries
  • White papers
  • Slide decks
  • Newsletters
  • Feature articles

Editing

You need someone to catch your typos and keep your communications polished and on point. I offer copyediting and substantive editing for a variety of content spanning the medical and scientific literature. My edits ensure accuracy and consistency.

  • Manuscripts
  • Grant proposals
  • White papers
  • Website content
  • Marketing content
  • Slide decks
  • Conference posters
  • Works by ESL authors
  • Presentations and speeches

Case Studies

Communicating research

UF researchers contributed to a clinical trial that found using one-fifth of a standard dose of yellow fever vaccine is an effective strategy for emergency outbreak scenarios.

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Editing

Worked as a manuscript editor for a global academic editing service catering to authors who have English as a second language.

Testimonials

DeLene Beeland is an excellent writer with a great eye for detail and for what will make a science story really captivate an audience. She is able to easily explain and translate complicated science for a layperson audience. She comes up with creative approaches to stories, from lead-in to closing graf, and always suggests good sidebars and pull-out quotes and other elements that will enhance the story for the readers. She is on-time with deadlines, personable, and excellent to work with. She always eagerly takes on a new assignment and exceeds expectations with the final result! 

Kim Weaver Spurr, Associate Director of Communications, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

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