“我的专业领域是野生动物保护，侧重于综合与湿地，陆地和水生野生动物，侵入性物种和气候变化有关的主题。我与一系列来自科学家的利益攸关方致力于政府机构到地方保护主义者制定保护野生动物和栖息地免受气候变化的影响。我已经合作并领导了来自NOAA和USFW等政府机构的成功赠款奖励的发展。在我当前的立场，我用我的经验an editor and researcher to help authors communicate their work and to help funders support research as part of AJE’s grant screening services."
"My general area of expertise is behavioral neuroscience, and my research focused on animal models of and drug development for psychiatric disorders and other behavioral conditions (e.g., aging or obesity), in which behavioral methods are coupled with neuroimaging, neurobiological, genetic, and microbiome analyses. I have been a principal investigator or investigator on individual, center, and training grants from the NIH, VA, DoD, and NSF. This experience is complemented by a history of grant reviewing (for the NIH and local centers) and grant writing (helping academic colleagues and as a freelance grant writer/editor with ScienceDocs). At RSC, these experiences have contributed to my Scientific/Developmental Editing work and participation in grant reviewing and custom grant editing services."
"After graduating from Roger Williams University with a B.S. in Biology and and B.A. in Chemistry, I began working at Brown University studying nanotoxicology under Dr. Agnes Kane. It was at Brown University that I first became interested in epigenetics. After working as a research assistant for two years, I realized that I wanted to extend my education and applied to several doctoral programs focusing on epigentics and cell biology. I chose to continue my studies at Brown and, while there, I was lucky to collaborate with UCSF to research the correlation between genetic and epigenetic patterns in human glioma. Our goal was to identify methylation profiles in brain tumors and associate these patterns with histology, outcome, and immune response. I received my PhD from Brown in 2013."