Prepares content for scientific conferences, presentations, and multiple audiences; including assembling and organizing data into text and figures for scientific presentations, publications, grant applications, reports, newsletters, and websites.Â
Corresponds with editors and professional staff of scientific journals to ensure manuscript submission requirements are met and submissions for publication are complete.
Partners with and mentors lab members to shepherd scientific articles to publication.Â
Participate in lab meetings and scientific discussions.
Designs and maintains editing schedules and manages the proofreading, review, and correction of page proofs and additional proof stages.
Uses best practices and knowledge to write, update, and revise style notes for each assigned journal.
Performs other related work as needed.
Masters Degree or Ph.D. in the health or social sciences.
Excellent writing skills; able to produce clear, compelling, and eloquent text.
Superb organizational skills.
Excellent editing and proofreading skills.
Must be able to translate difficult science concepts for multiple audiences.
Must be flexible and able to drive deadline-driven projects to completion.
Must be able to work independently and as part of a team.
Must be able to coordinate work by numerous contributors and manage complex processes.
Must be advanced user of Microsoft Office and EndNote.
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