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RssMedical researcher turned editor

To assist researchers in achieving submission-ready manuscripts, particularly if English is not a native language.

Audio & Video Equipment Technician

Littleton, NH

About Me


Media & Communication


Audio & Video Equipment Technician


June 2004: first prize Pathology Dept. graduate student research forum oral presentation “Role of single nucleotide polymorphisms at -512 and -680 in the angiotensin II type 1 receptor gene in hypertension.” New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY.

Ideal Companies:

World Health Organization, Public health organizations and departments, Hospital administrations

Education level:


Will Relocate:



Littleton, NH

Major Responsibilities

Currently editing scientific manuscripts for English usage, format, and conformity to journal standards prior to submission for peer-review. Also literature research to gather introductory material for grants. Previously was responsible for developing experiment protocols and for teaching other lab members as well as writing up the results and presenting to the lab director. Developed and taught lectures in the graduate school.

Work Experiences

8/2002 - 12/2006

New York Medical College

Entry Level

  • Graduate research associate, PhD dissertation "Role of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms in the Angiotensin II Type 1 Receptor Gene in Hypertension"

1/2001 - 12/2001

Institute for Social Research

Individual Contributor

  • Telephone interviews and verbatim recording of responses on the computer.



Doctorate Degree

New York Medical College

  • Experimental Pathology


Bachelor Degree

Indiana University

  • Biochemistry/Business