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Are you passionate about promoting honest research and ethical publishing?

Do you have strong views on current publishing trends?

Would you like your writing to reach a large, global academic audience?

If you do, we’d be delighted to invite you to share your views, engage in discussions with others in the field, or help Dr. Eddy educate young researchers, as a guest contributor with Editage Insights.

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  • Support the cause you are passionate about

Giving back to the academic community -- What better reason could there be!

  • Build your own writing profile

Editage Insights is currently available in English, Simplified Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. Your posts will be available to our viewers in these multiple languages and will thus reach a very wide audience.

  • Make yourself heard

Showcase your views on topics that matter to you, and network with other members of the scientific community who have similar opinions.

  • Build your own network

Use the increased visibility to help potential collaborators identify and connect with you.

  • Influence how you are perceived

Help people perceive you as being a part of a committed group that wishes to bring about positive changes in the field of academic publishing.

  • Work with the best

Join a dynamic and passionate team of writers, all committed to the common cause of taking scholarly communications to the highest level of professionalism!

To contribute as a guest author, please contact us at insights@editage.com with the following details:
  1. An updated resume or biography with a brief note explaining why you would enjoy writing for Editage Insights
  2. Links to (or attachment with) at least two samples of your writing
  3. Topics of interest that you would like to write on
 
Contributors

Our team of content writers includes people with varied professionals degrees and rich experience in academic writing, editing, publishing, and teaching. They have worked and/or continue to work as researchers; language instructors; journal editors; peer reviewers; and members of scholarly writing and publishing societies, like the Council of Science Editors (CSE), American Medical Writers Association (AMWA), Society for Technical Communication (STC), and European Medical Writers Association (EMWA).

  • Abhishek Goel

    Abhishek Goel

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    Abhishek Goel is co-founder of CACTUS and Chief Customer Officer at Editage. With his in-depth understanding of client expectations, business development skills, and tendency to think outside the box, he develops strategies for business growth and is responsible for helping people across the organization contribute to increased client happiness. 

     
  • Adam Nicely

    Adam Nicely

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    Adam Nicely has been with Wolters Kluwer since 2002. In that time, he has worked with Editorial Manager since nearly its infancy. His roles involving Editorial Manager include journal office user, support rep, product manager, and now manager of the Editorial Solutions team. In that time, he has on-boarded 50+ journals, resolved a countless number of support requests, created reviewer CME and open access processes, and developed a copyright transfer process. Adam looks to further develop the features of Editorial Manager while also simplifying the process for users. 

     
  • Aditya Vadrevu

    Aditya Vadrevu

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    MS, ELS – Senior Manager, Service & Quality at Editage. From publishing papers and attending conferences to being an editor and trainer, Aditya’s diverse professional experience enables him to make a significant contribution in his current role. He has a strong understanding of typical customer requirements and the service structure/delivery required to meet these expectations.

     
  • Alagi Patel

    Alagi Patel

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    Consultant Senior Writer and Editor. Alagi is from the U.S. and ardently believes that a strong global research community can accelerate human development. Drawing on her five-plus years of experience in network-building among researchers and publishing professionals, and in organizing scholarly events worldwide, she combines knowledge with an enthusiasm for writing to produce informative content that will help researchers at various stages of their careers. Previously, she worked for a leading math and science research institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Clay Mathematics Institute.

     
  • Andrea Hayward

    Andrea Hayward

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    BA (Psychology); currently pursuing MA (Industrial Psychology) – Content Marketing Intern, Editage Insights Andrea likes thinking outside the box and applying principles of Psychology to understand online user behaviour as well as to find innovative ways to create content. She is known for her hands-on attitude and willingness to try out new things. Outside work, when she isn’t completing college assignments, she enjoys writing poetry, getting lost in detective series, and swinging to hip hop music.

     
  • Anselmo Martyres

    Anselmo Martyres

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    Anselmo Martyres, BCom, ELS – Manager, Training, Editage. With over 5 years of experience in academic editing, Anselmo manages training operations of the editorial team and oversees quality and training in the translation team. As the quality manager of the translation team, Anselmo has been working with experienced translators to acquire an in-depth understanding of the academic translation industry.

     
  • Ashmita Das

    Ashmita Das

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    MBA – Senior Manager, Strategic Initiatives Ashmita has worked as an editor and trainer, developed new services to expand the level of publication support for clients, and managed new products. Passionate about providing researchers with tools that help to highlight their impact and free their time to focus on research, Ashmita constantly monitors trends and developments in the academic space.

     
  • Prof. Henry M. Bwisa

    Prof. Henry M. Bwisa

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    Professor Henry Bwisa is the current chairman of the African Agribusiness Incubators Network (AAIN) and Kenya’s permanent representative of the World Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (WASME). He is a full professor of entrepreneurship at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology in Kenya. Prof. Bwisa has published extensively on entrepreneurship. He feels deeply about, and is a motivational speaker on entrepreneurship and believes that while some entrepreneurs may be born, they can also be made. He discusses his entrepreneurship school of thought on his website www.mukmik.co.ke and his YouTube channel (Henry Bwisa).

     
  • Catherine Williams

    Catherine Williams

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    Catherine Williams is Head of Marketing at Altmetric. Cat is responsible for determining and overseeing the overall marketing and outreach strategy of the company, and is actively involved in the scholarly community. Prior to joining Altmetric, Cat held marketing roles at Nature Publishing Group and SAGE publications, where she worked across a range of science, social science and humanities titles.

     
  • Danielle Padula

    Danielle Padula

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    Danielle Padula is Community Development Coordinator at Scholastica, where she heads up community outreach and content creation. Danielle manages Scholastica’s blog and social media feeds, and creates resources to help journal editors and researchers navigate the evolving journal-publishing landscape.

     
  • Deborah Yang

    Deborah Yang

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    Deborah holds a degree from the University of Pennsylvania. She was the associate Chairperson of the China student union of UPenn and academic leader of the UPenn college international exchange program. Deborah has worked in the academic publishing industry in the U.S. for many years and has rich experience working with top journal publishers such as NEJM, JAMA, PNAS, ASCO, ESA, and ASM etc. At Editage, she serves as the Academic Correspondent for China and regularly engages in discussion with leaders in the Chinese journal publishing industry. Deborah's goal is to help Chinese authors publish their high-quality research output effectively, thereby enabling effective communication of scientific technology and improving the international reputation of Chinese researchers.

     
  • Dr. Don Samulack

    Dr. Don Samulack

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    Dr. Don Samulack holds a PhD in medical physiology from McGill University (Montreal, Canada) and specializes in central and peripheral neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and electrophysiology. After several years of postdoctoral research in the U.S. and Canada, Dr. Samulack left the academic environment to work in the pharmaceutical service sector, conducting market research, delivering strategic communications, and designing physician affinity programs for many of Canada's leading pharmaceutical companies. As President of the U.S. Operations for Cactus Communications and Editage, Dr. Samulack is actively involved in supporting the medical writing and scientific editing needs of the pharmaceutical and academic communities and raising the level of awareness and professionalism of the medical writing community, worldwide. See his complete profile here: http://www.editage.com/insights/donald-samulack   

     
  • Dr. Matthieu PY

    Dr. Matthieu PY

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    Dr. Matthieu PY has a background in materials science and is a specialist in physical/chemical material characterization techniques using ion beams. He has experience as a researcher both in France (CEA-Léti), where he obtained his PhD in 2011, and in Japan (Kyoto University), where he stayed twice: once as a graduate student and once as a postdoctoral researcher.During his career, he was involved in the development of new international collaborations with foreign laboratories and private institutions in Europe and in Japan. Since 2013, when he became the deputy attaché for Space Science at the S&T division of the Embassy of France in Japan, Dr. PY has been heavily involved in building international relationships for S&T with Japan. In August 2014, Dr. PY took on the role of Country Representative  with EURAXESS Links Japan. He now promotes research cooperation and researcher mobility between Europe and Japan, mainly by providing customized information to researchers and research administrators and by setting up information sharing and networking platform events. Dr. Py is a guest contributor to Editage Insights.

     
  • Dr. Rishabh Jain

    Dr. Rishabh Jain

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    Dr. Rishabh Jain completed his PhD in Materials Science at MIT and has since been trying to help other PhDs find success in their careers after grad school. He is a frequent contributor on Quora, where he writes about the research process, PhD life, and careers after graduate school. He feels strongly that PhDs are currently undervalued in the labor market, and is constantly seeking new ways to engage with the PhD population to help correct this inefficiency. He has started two research-focused companies, most recently OpenLab, a lab collaboration web tool. Rishabh is a guest contributor to Editage Insights.

     
  • Dr. Sun Huh

    Dr. Sun Huh

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    Dr. Sun Huh is an MD, and holds an MSc and PhD in Parasitology from Seoul National University. He is Deputy Editor of the Korean Journal of Medical Education and Editor of the Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions. He also serves as Chair for the Committee on Planning and Administration (March 2014–present) at the Korean Council of Science Editors, and prior to this was Chair for the Committee on Education and Training (Sep. 2011–Feb. 2014). He is Member and Vice-Chair of Committee of Medical Licensing Examination at the National Health Personnel Licensing Examination Board in Korea. He also served as a board member for the Korean Association of Medical Journal Editors (1996-2011) where he was dedicated to establishing medical databases for Korean medical journals such as KoreaMed, KoMCI, and Synapse. He managed the medical education system at Hallym University’s College of Medicine, where he is currently a Professor of Parasitology and is working on parasite genome sequencing. He is a guest contributor to Editage Insights.

     
  • Graham Cormode

    Graham Cormode

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    Graham Cormode is a Professor in Computer Science at the University of Warwick. He works on research topics in data management, privacy and big data analysis. Previously, he was a principal member of technical staff at AT&T Labs-Research in the USA. His work has appeared in over 90 conference papers, and 30 journal papers. He has also edited two books on applications of algorithms to different areas, and co-authored a third. He currently serves as an associate editor for ACM Transactions on Database Systems (TODS), and the Journal of Discrete Algorithms.

     
  • Yu Hailiang

    Yu Hailiang

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    Yu Hailing, PhD - Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellow, University of Wollongong, Australia. Dr. Yu worked and studied in China Northeastern University and Tsinghua University. His major areas of interest include modeling and simulation in metal forming, advances in rolling technology and theories, fracture and quality control in manufacturing, and wear of materials in metal forming and manufacturing. Dr. Yu has published more than 80 papers and holds many patents. He is co-Editor-in-Chief of Modeling and Numerical Simulation of Materials Science, and Associate Editor of the journal International Research Journal of Engineering Science, Technology and Innovation as well as a member of other academic journals. Dr. Yu is a guest contributor of Editage Insights.

     
  • Dr. Helle V. Goldman

    Dr. Helle V. Goldman

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    Denmark-born, American anthropologist Helle V. Goldman is the long-standing Chief Editor of Polar Research, the international, multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed journal of the Norwegian Polar Institute. She enjoys living within walking distance of the NPI’s headquarters above the Arctic Circle, in Tromsø, but part of her heart lies in Africa, where she did her doctoral fieldwork and where she has a few hectares of wilderness which she visits as often as she can. She feels strongly about issues like peer review and the value added to journal publications through editing and copyediting and is proactive in discussing these issues with authors and others interested in publication. Dr. Goldmann is a guest contributor to Editage Insights. (Read more about Dr. Goldman and Polar Research in her three-part interview.)

     
  • Mr. Curtis

    Mr. Curtis

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    Hywel Curtis is a trained physicist with a Master’s degree from the University of Exeter, and works as a communications consultant and content strategist specializing in the science and technology industry sectors. In 2016 Hywel set up Growresa.com to bringing cutting edge content marketing and personal branding knowledge to the communication and dissemination of research at all levels.

     
  • John McDonald

    John McDonald

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    John McDonald has over 15 years of experience as an educator and trainer of academic writing and publishing skills to Korean researchers. His training sessions typically focus on organizational concerns, common errors, style and formatting, manuscript submission, and peer reviewing. 

     
  • Jolene Menezes

    Jolene Menezes

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    Editor, Gastrointestinal Nursing - Jolene has over 5 years of experience in academic editing and publishing. She is currently the editor of Gastrointestinal Nursing—the only journal in the UK for gastroenterology and stoma care nurses. An avid traveler and having previously worked in advertising, events, and as a radio presenter, she has a deep understanding of audience needs. Ever since she joined the journal, she has worked tirelessly to introduce research articles on current and trending topics and make the journal more relevant and visually appealing. She has built close relations with nurse groups across the UK and Europe, encouraging their members to publish scientific articles on the innovations and best practices they have implemented at their hospitals and departments. She presents workshops on writing for publication and represents the journal at various nursing conferences. She is now a guest contributor to Editage Insights.

     
  • Kim Pepitone

    Kim Pepitone

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    Kim Pepitone is the Scientific Director at Cactus Communications, responsible for providing scientific direction and oversight for medical publications and communications projects. Kim has authored articles on medical publications and has presented at the annual meetings of ISMPP, the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA), and The International Publication Planning Association (TIPPA). She has participated in ISMPP U(niversity) webinars as a speaker and moderator and facilitates educational workshops for CACTUS’ clients.  She is currently the Vice Chair of the ISMPP Sunshine Act Task Force.

     
  • Lindsey Buscher

    Lindsey Buscher

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    BA, ELS – Managing Editor, Allen Press, Inc. Lindsey has worked as a scientific and academic editor and production manager since 2006, and became BELS-certified in 2010. She is passionate about building strong, productive professional relationships with her clients and works diligently to help them communicate their research effectively and efficiently. An active member of the Council of Science Editors (CSE), she has served as Project Manager for the 8th edition of Scientific Style and Format---CSE’s official style manual. Lindsey is a guest contributor to Editage Insights.

     
  • Marisha Fonseca

    Marisha Fonseca

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    BA, ELS – Managing Editor. Marisha uses her language skills and knowledge of the best practices in the field of Psychology and Psychosocial Healthcare to help ESL authors produce clear, coherent, readable, and grammatically correct manuscripts, to meet the standards of leading journals in their field.

     
  • Mary Nishikawa

    Mary Nishikawa

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    For the past eight years, Ms. Nishikawa worked at the Medical Tribune, Inc. in Tokyo, as project manager, editor, writer, and foreign news analyst, where she reviewed published research articles and wrote over 50 articles for the newspaper. She has reviewed and edited research reports of professors in Thailand, Taiwan, Korea, and Japan.  Mary Nishikawa is a Board Certified Editor in the Life Sciences and works as an academic trainer for Cactus Communications, in Japan.

     
  • Niket Bhodia

    Niket Bhodia

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    BE, ELS – Trainer, Skill and Knowledge Management. Niket is a computer engineer who chose an unconventional career over a mainstream coding job. As an academic editor, he garnered experience editing manuscripts from diverse subject areas and is now a trainer. Niket is passionate about technology and management, but he is interested in developments in other fields too. He’s particularly fond of TED talks, science fiction, and geek humor.

     
  • Nikhil Pinto

    Nikhil Pinto

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    Nikhil Pinto, B.Sc & M.Sc Biochemistry, is Managing Editor for the Center of Excellence for Medicine at Editage. Starting out with an interest in pure science, he moved to a career in academic editing. The field helps him satiate his hunger for knowledge in the sciences and gain satisfaction from assisting authors in transforming their research into a well presented, publication-ready manuscript.

     
  • Nitin Nair

    Nitin Nair

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    Managing Editor, Center of Excellence for Business and Economics. Nitin has extensive academic and professional qualifications, including postgraduate degrees in Economics, Banking, and Finance with over 7 years of international experience as an analyst in corporate and investment banking. He’s been in the academic editing industry since 2012, and finds that being part of the transformation process of a document from a rough draft to a finished, publication-ready article can be a heady and satisfying experience.

     
  • Ola B. Al-Batayneh

    Ola B. Al-Batayneh

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    Dr Ola Al-Batayneh is an Associate Professor in Pediatric Dentistry at Faculty of Dentistry, Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST). She obtained her Master degree in pediatric dentistry at the University of Queensland, Australia in 2005 and later obtained her Fellowship in pediatric dentistry from the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons, Sydney in 2008. She was previous Assistant Dean and Head of Department of Preventive Dentistry, Faculty of Dentistry at JUST during 2012-2015, and currently Head of the Pediatric Dentistry Division at King Abdullah University Hospital (KAUH). Her research interests and publications include several topics related to pediatric dentistry such as special needs children, dental anomalies, prevention, remineralization of primary teeth, lasers and QLF. She has been a speaker in many local and international conferences on these topics.  Details about her publications are available on her ORCID profile:  http://orcid.org/0000-0003-1670-497X/

     
  • Phil Daly

    Phil Daly

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    Phil Daly is a Senior Publisher at Wolters Kluwer Health and has over 25 years’ experience in STM editorial, managing editor and publisher roles. Phil holds a BSc (Hons) in Biophysics and a PhD in Pharmaceutical Microbiology.

     
  • Rasha Alam

    Rasha Alam

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    A perfectionist, Rasha uses her communication and editing skills to make certain that authors are conveying the appropriate ideas. Her two major strengths, science and writing, combined with her inherent attention to detail and dedication to ensuring the use of proper grammar, make her love her work as a scientific editor. Rasha's interest in the future of scientific research and her ambition of pursuing it gives her the unique mindset of understanding the significance of what she edits while comprehending authors' intended message.

     
  • Ravi Murugesan

    Ravi Murugesan

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    MS, ELS – Publishing Consultant. Ravi has nearly ten years of experience in scientific communications. Having worked in different countries and with researchers of different nationalities, Ravi has a first-hand understanding of cultural differences and how they influence a researcher’s ability to write in English. Ravi likes blogging, Linux, Moodle, MOOCs, open source software, open access journals, and good writing.

     
  • Remya Nambiar

    Remya Nambiar

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    Remya Nambiar is Managing Editor of the Center of Excellence for Molecular Biology at CACTUS. She has completed a post-graduate degree in microbiology as well as a post-graduate diploma in clinical research and regulatory affairs. She also holds an ELS certification from BELS. Remya has a strong passion for fundamental research and a flair for language and communication.

     
  • Satyajit Rout

    Satyajit Rout

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    Managing Editor, Service Development. Satyajit takes a keen interest in offering support to researchers in the scholarly publishing industry through services aimed at journal publication. When he’s not keeping a watch on industry developments, he can be seen playing tug of war with his trusted cocker spaniel.             

     
  • SciDev.Net

    SciDev.Net

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    SciDev.Net is a not-for-profit organization that produces news, views, and analysis about science and technology for global development. Based in London, SciDev.Net chiefly engages with advisors, consultants, policy makers, researchers, and media with a vision to make scientific knowledge accessible.

     
  • Shazia Khanam

    Shazia Khanam

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    PhD, ELS – Manager, Publication Support. Shazia works closely with researchers as part of Editage’s publication support services division and helps authors through the publication process. She is not only passionate about educating authors about the publishing process but is also keen on sharing good publication practices with them. She is also an avid cinema enthusiast and makes it a point to appreciate good quality cinema.

     
  • Jeffrey Beall

    Jeffrey Beall

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    Jeffrey Beall has been a librarian for more than 23 years and is currently the Scholarly Initiatives Librarian at the University of Colorado Denver. He is the man behind the famous Beall's List of Predatory Publishers and is renowned for his activities against predatory open access publishing. 

     
  • Xuejun Sun

    Xuejun Sun

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    Dr. Xuejun Sun conducts research on the biological effects of gas. He has published 200+ peer reviewed papers about the effect of oxygen, hydrogen, and helium on disease injury protection. He is also associated with more than 10 international biomedicine journals as a peer reviewer and has reviewed hundreds of papers. Dr. Sun joined Medical Gas Research by Springer as Associate Editor in 2011. He has rich experience in literature review, research project designing, and manuscript writing. Dr. Sun is a guest contributor to Editage Insights. 

     
  • Susan J. Henly

    Susan J. Henly

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    Susan J. Henly, PhD, RN, FAAN is Editor of Nursing Research and Professor Emerita, University of Minnesota. Her research interests are psychometric methods for nursing research and health over time (health trajectories). She is the Editor of the Routledge International Handbook of Advanced Quantitative Methods in Nursing Research. 

     
  • Sylwia Ufnalska

    Sylwia Ufnalska

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    Sylwia Ufnalska graduated from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland, majoring both in Biology (MSc, 1993) and in English Studies (MA, 1996). She also studied at Trinity College, Dublin (Botany, 1990-1991) and Central European University in Budapest (Environmental Sciences and Policy, 1994). She has worked as a freelance translator and editor of biomedical texts for over 20 years. She also writes articles, gives lectures and leads workshops on scientific translation and communication. Sylwia is a member of the European Association of Science Editors (EASE) and the EASE Council. In 2009 she started to edit EASE Guidelines for Authors and Translators of Scientific Articles, updated annually. Her initiative has proved to be successful, as this useful document is now available in more than 20 languages.

     
  • Tarryn Greenberg

    Tarryn Greenberg

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    Tarryn Greenberg, Senior Publisher, Open Access, is responsible for developing and executing the strategy for the Wolters Kluwer Open Health Gold Open Access publishing program. Tarryn joined Wolters Kluwer Health in June 2016 from Cambridge University Press, where she served as a Senior Commissioning Editor for 4 years in their STM Publishing Group. Her experience in STM publishing spans many areas of the business, including, editorial, production, relationship building, acquisitions and launching new journals. Prior to joining Cambridge University Press, Tarryn gained her publishing experience working for Future Science Group in various editorial positions. 

     
  • Dr. Thomas Crouzier

    Dr. Thomas Crouzier

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    Dr. Crouzier has extensive research experience in the fields of biomaterials and assembly of biopolymers. He has authored 20 publications and holds several patents. Since the age of seven, he has moved back and forth between his home country of France and the United states. His last experience involves a 3-year postdoc at MIT (Cambridge, MA, U.S.). where he was a Marie Curie Fellow. Well involved in the academic life of the Institute, he served as president of the postdoctoral association. He is a passionate science advocate and combats the imposter syndrome sadly so common amongst young researchers. A passion for new technologies has also led Dr. Crouzier to start a blog (connectedresearchers.com) about new online tools that are revolutionizing the way science is done in academia. He writes to promote the use of these new tools and project researchers into the 21st century. He is now also a proud guest contributor to Editage Insights. 

     
  • Vani J. Shanker

    Vani J. Shanker

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    PhD, ELS – Senior Scientific Editor, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Vani has 16 years of experience in the scientific editing and publishing industry. She dovetails her sound knowledge of science with her language skills to present information accurately and clearly to the research community. Vani is currently an authors’ editor at a pediatric research hospital in Memphis, TN, and helps world-renowned researchers and physicians with their submissions to journals and funding agencies. She is a member of the American Medical Writers Association and the Council of Science Editors and a guest contributor to Editage Insights.

     
  • Velany Rodrigues

    Velany Rodrigues

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    MA, ELS – Communications Consultant. Velany, a professional writer, trainer, and BELS-certified editor with over eight years of industry experience, is known for her tireless pursuit of excellence and sharp eye for detail. Through her passion for the written word, she helps authors communicate effectively. She is also known for the energy and enthusiasm she brings on board.

     
  • Vipul Manchala

    Vipul Manchala

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    Associate Editor, Centre of Excellence for Engineering and Technology. Vipul is a postgraduate in Sustainable Energy Systems from the University of Edinburgh and holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. He performed industrial energy audits before becoming an academic editor. Vipul finds it a rewarding task to help authors get published and disseminate their research.

     
  • Virendra Naik

    Virendra Naik

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    MSc, ELS – Manager, Publication Support. Virendra helps authors understand various aspects of publication right from selecting suitable journals to manuscript submission in scientific and technical journals. He solves any technical, ethical, or formatting issues that authors face during the publishing process. With ample experience in handling manuscripts from the physical sciences, the life sciences, and biomedicine, Virendra brings a well-trained eye to the job.

     
  • Yateendra Joshi

    Yateendra Joshi

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    Communicator, Published Author, BELS-certified editor with Diplomate status. Yateendra applies his prolific experience as author, editor, trainer, and communicator to his role as a publishing consultant with Editage. He is one of the regular contributors to Editage Insights. He specializes in providing tips for manuscript and artwork preparation for researchers aspiring to publish in English-language journals.

     
  • Yukti Bharwani

    Yukti Bharwani

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    MSc, ELS – Senior Managing Editor, Publication Support . Yukti manages Editage’s Publication Support division. She is passionate about consulting Editage clients on what is best for their publication requirements and thrives on challenges such as fitting a manuscript in a niche subject area to an appropriate journal. She believes that Editage can serve as a bridge between Eastern authors and Western journals. Her other interests are yoga, writing, and the culinary arts.