With more than twelve years experience as an educator and research scientist, more than twenty-five as an editor and community leader, and recently, three years as a writer, I bring wide-ranging knowledge and a well honed set of skills to every project. My passion is engaging people in the beauty and creativity of human endeavors, especially science. I love to help authors marry their text and art so that the two complement one another beautifully.
My clients over the years include WW Norton, WH Freeman/Macmillan, Oxford University Press, Johns Hopkins University Press, MIT Press, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Garland Science, Roberts & Company, The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, and multiple satisfied authors who contacted me through Reedsy.
I am an avid reader of science fiction, general interest science, urban planning, and history. I raise Newfoundlands, love to cook and bake, and am still trying to perfect my homemade pizza and sourdough bread.
Whether you are working on a book about science, dogs, cooking, local government, land use, or many other topics, it would be my pleasure to help you create an amazing book.
- PhD Johns Hopkins University
Edit general interest books, textbooks, and practical books for working scientists. All phases of development from initial conception through final production of the book and media accompaniments. Have also written advertising copy for numerous books published by the American Society of Microbiology Press. And have researched and written lessons, hands-on activities, and study guides for PBS Learning Media and Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI Testing) .
Other clients include WW Norton, WH Freeman/Macmillan Learning, Oxford University Press, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Garland Science, Nature Publishing, Roberts and Company, and Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Assistant Professor of Biology. Taught a myriad of courses from introductory biology to microbiology, genetics, biochemistry, cell biology, and a course for non-science majors on biology in the movie Jurassic Park.
State University of New York at Stony Brook
Researched the molecular mechanisms that Salmonella uses to invade the host gut.
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