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Preeti Malani talks about her career in journalism, medicine, and . . . journalism

Preeti Malani is professor of medicine at the University of Michigan. Prior to medical school, she completed a master’s degree at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and is currently an associate editor at… 1,330 more words


Highlights of the 2015 Society for Technical Communication Conference (Part 1)

What do pizza companies, archeologists, and coroners have in common?

Technical writers.

And, of course, some of the folks who work/worked in these specific industries attended the 2015… 811 more words

Professional Writing

Heading to the Society for Technical Communication's Annual Conference Soon...

Be on the look out for blog posts; I’ll try to write about this year’s STC Summit daily.

On Saturday and Sunday I’ll be taking a certificate course on technical editing, and the rest of the time I’ll be working as a student volunteer and hoping to sneak in a swim at the conference hotel. 21 more words

Medical Editing

Well, I finished my first year of graduate school….

…on a high note, with a 4.0 GPA, which I earned for the fall 2014 semester as well. I only have four seven-week classes left! I also signed on as a freelance writer for the renowned… 637 more words

Graduate School

Video: Watch Katharine O'Moore-Klopf discussing medical editing at our October meeting

At the October 2014 meeting of EAC’s Toronto branch, Katharine O’Moore-Klopf, a medical editor with a specialty in editing manuscripts written by authors whose first language is not English, spoke with editors (via Google Hangouts) about the opportunities and challenges within this field.


Welcome to my Adventures in Editing blog!

I am currently doing my Master of Science in Health Communication through Boston University. Through this program, I have been introduced to a whole new world: social media. 554 more words

Advantages of Hiring Research Paper Editing Services

Writing research papers require persistent efforts as well as dedication to produce great quality. You need to be an expert and have sufficient knowledge about the topic you are engaged in. 280 more words

Academic Editing