What to Know Before You Write

As writers, we need to have the flexibility to write in different formats for a variety of readers. This is sometimes difficult because, as a scientist, I learned to write in a logical order. I first write the background information, then I provide supporting details...

Writing For Your Audience

I hope you are having a good year and are looking forward to the Spring. As many of you know, I write for a wide range of people—clinicians, scientists, healthcare professionals as well as middle and high school students and the general public. As I write, I tailor my...

Finishing Your Year-End Projects

As the end of the year approaches, I am finishing some projects including my book. Each time I read my book, I make changes and edit it. I am asking myself, “what criteria shall I use to say my book is done and ready for publication?” The answer seems...

Publisher or Self-Publish?

As the weather begins to cool and the leaves start to turn color, I am preparing my tips book, “Tips for Writing a First Draft,” for publication. This book includes helpful information and tips on writing journal articles to increase your chance of acceptance in your...

What I Learned at Experimental Biology

As the yearly meeting of 6 scientific societies, Experimental Biology is unique because it brings together a wide variety of scientists: anatomists, physiologists, molecular biologists, biochemists, cell biologists, pathologists, nutritionists and pharmacologists.  As...

Writing Tip Sheets

I hope you are well, enjoying 2016.  I have been busy this year compiling the most important tips I use to write documents into tips pages.  I am happy to announce that tips sheets on Writing Manuscripts, Writing Abstracts, Writing Posters, and Presenting Posters are...

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