The reputation of scientists, and therefore their ability to obtain funding, depends largely on the impact factor of the scientific journals in which they publish. The best journals are thus highly solicited and selective, so it helps to have a writing specialist in the loop.
Human Protein Atlas image of EGFR gene expression, in green, on A-431 cells: microtubules in red; blue nuclei. ‘A subcellular map of the human proteome’. Thul, P.J. et al (2017). Science: 356(6340) p820. doi: 10.1126/science.aal3321. Image courtesy of Human Protein Atlas.
As a native speaker I am fluent in English and as a third generation scientist I am also fluent in the ‘language’ of my scientific specialty, namely molecular biology, medicine and genetics. I can thus read and understand your work to help package your message as effectively as possible.
I promise a rigorous and quick delivery to do justice to the fruits of your labor.
Consult me by phone or videoconference to advise you on the strategies of presentation, writing and selling your data and to cast your grants manuscripts and letters in the best possible light for their eventual acceptance.
Many scientific editing companies offer manuscript proofreading services in all scientific fields, without having specific PhD level experts in Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Genetics. I have reread and revised many manuscripts written by French-speaking colleagues, faithfully restoring their scientific content. I have published advice on how to write scientific articles. As a lecturer in Genetics at the University of Newcastle I myself was successful in manuscript and grant submission.
‘Julian’s writing style just helped us get a complex story-line [Patch repair of deep wounds by mobilized fascia – Nature Dec 2019; Vol 576, issue 7786, pages 287-292] across for publication in Nature. We have been working with Julian and with Science Sense for over two years on multiple research articles and grants and we appreciate his strong scientific background, which allows for comprehensible input into the different steps of the writing process. In short, Julian provides tremendous scientific writing support, also within tight scheduled deadlines. For example, for our Nature Cell Biology article [Two succeeding fibroblastic lineages drive dermal development and the transition from regeneration to scarring – NCB, Apr 2018;20(4):422-431] we received explicit notes from the reviewers about how ‘beautifully written’ the manuscript was’.