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Jessica Taaffe

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2-5 years experience

PhD, Microbiology

University of Pennsylvania

Rate: $100 / hour

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Therapeutic Area Expertise

Microbiology; Virology; Immunology; Non-human primate models of infectious disease; HIV; Malaria; Dengue; Neglected Tropical Diseases; Influenza; Hepatitis

Content Area Expertise

Abstracts; Clinical Protocols & Reports; Manuscripts for peer-reviewed publication; Medical/ scientific editing; Medical/ scientific journalism; Online content; Posters; Presentations; Promotional material; Technical documents; White paper.


Summary

I am a PhD scientist with 10+ years of research and medical writing experience in government, academia, NGOs, professional societies, and global funding and development organizations. I have extensive experience writing and authoring scientific publications for academic journals, putting together presentations for domestic and international scientific and development meetings, and writing technical reports and Working Papers, including on important global infectious diseases such as HIV, influenza, malaria, and hepatitis. I have also written advocacy and editorial type pieces for scientific and global health organizations. Knowledge dissemination and science communication are important to me, especially as they relate to highlighting important health research and science to promote smart health policy, practice, and public awareness. My formidable experience communicating health and biomedical science make me a valuable writer for Biowriter clients, as I can deliver many types of medical writing services on a wide range of topics and fields and in various formats.


Selected Publications

Effect of ovarian hormones on mitochondrial enzyme activity in the fat oxidation pathway of skeletal muscle.

A comprehensive review of empirical and modelled HIV incidence trends (1990-2012) in Sub-Saharan Africa. (under preparation)

P. coatneyi infection in rhesus macaques causes severe anemia and sequesters in multiple non-cerebral tissues. (manuscript submitted)


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