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Who uses your editing service?


The majority of authors who use my service are researchers, scientists, physicians, scholars, graduate students, and associates from various high-tech, pharmaceutical, and medical device industries. 

What type of manuscripts do you edit?

I revise scientific journal articles, NIH grant proposals, PhD dissertations, FDA submissions, continuing medical education materials (CME), monographs (scholarly books), randomized controlled trials, observational studies, case reports, systematic review articles, short communications, conference proceedings, conference posters, abstracts, resumes (CVs), letters of correspondence with editors, medical blogs, biotech industry websites, product brochures, manuals, video transcripts, feasibility studies, white papers, patent applications, business reports, marketing materials, and just about any formal, technical, academic, or scholarly document you may have.


Are you familiar with the process of publishing in peer-reviewed journals?

I edit a wide variety of manuscripts and texts, but I have a great deal of experience in editing scientific manuscripts. Specifically, I have revised over 1,900 scientific journal articles, many of which have been published in various peer-reviewed journals. Here is a partial list of some of the journals that have published manuscripts I have edited:

Biomaterials Science 


Cochrane Reviews

Field Crops Research

IEEE Access Journals 

Intensive Care Medicine

Materials and Design 

MDPI Molecules 

MDPI Pharmaceutical 


Nature Nanotechnology




Science Magazine 

The American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care  

The International Journal of Infectious Disease

The International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education  

The International Journal of Pharmaceutics

The Journal of Biotechnology and Biodiversity 

The Journal of Chromatography B 

The Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology

The Journal of Shock and Hemodynamics 

Vascular Pharmacology 

Wear: An International Journal on the Science and Technology of Friction Lubrication and Wear

Do you edit papers from a particular area of research?

The majority of the manuscripts that I revise are from biomedical, medical, life sciences, veterinary, dentistry, soil science, chemistry, pharmacology, computer science, and engineering fields. However, I have revised a wide range of texts from all the physical sciences, natural sciences, arts and humanities, law, and social sciences, including papers from the following research areas: 






Cardiovascular disease

Chemical Engineering



Civil Engineering

Clinical trials 

Computer Science

Cultural Anthropology

Earth Sciences 



Electrical Engineering


Environmental Studies




Health Economics and Outcomes Research





Infectious disease

Interface and colloid science



Life Sciences

Literary Studies

Materials Science

Mechanical Engineering

Metabolic syndrome



Molecular medicine

Nuclear physics


Nonclinical Trials






Orthopedic Engineering

Orthopedic surgery




Physical Anthropology


Plasma science

Political Economy

Political Science

Preclinical trials



Public Health

Public Policy

Social Work


Soil Science

Thoracic surgery




What specifically do you edit in a manuscript?

My service involves light to heavy copyediting. Below you can find details on specific items I edit. 

This includes following guidelines of a style manual for these items:


  • Punctuation 

  • Spelling 

  • Capitalization 

  • Hyphenation

  • Italicization, underscoring, and boldfaced type

  • Abbreviations, including acronyms

  • Quotations

  • Tables, artwork and graphs

  • Presentation of numbers and statistics

  • International system of units


This involves aligning the language of your manuscript with conventional and idiomatic English. This includes checking the following elements:

  • Grammar

  • Word choice, including technical nomenclature

  • Style, including making texts more clear, concise, and coherent

  • Tone, involves ensuring that the word choice of your manuscript is appropriate for your audience and type of manuscript you are writing.

  • Rhetorical conventions and organizational structures of scientific manuscripts 

  • Textual and formatting conventions, including font size and type, margins, and spacing, and other typography issues 


I do a limited amount of content editing and fact checking, depending on whether customers request this. At a minimum, if I see clear irregularities with basic facts and content, I will query the author about these items. This may include the following:

  • Fact-checking in trusted sources and referencing the literature

  • Content editing 

  • Numbers that do not add up or missing data

  • issues in reporting statistical test results

  • Verifying that what is reported in the body of a paper matches what is reported in the abstract 

  • Spot check for plagiarism


Correlating parts involves verifying that sections of a manuscript logically and consistently connect. Some items I check include:

  • Checking for consistency between in-text references to tables and figures and correctly labeling these items

  • Checking description in captions and labelling against content of tables and figures

  • Verifying in-text citations and footnotes against references

  • Cross checking table of contents with manuscript

  • Checking alphabetization and other elements of the bibliography and reference list

Can you align my manuscript with a writing style guide?

I align manuscripts with the style manuals listed below. Journals, academic institutions, and book publishers typically adhere to one of these style manuals or they develop and follow their own particular in-house style preferences. If you are unsure as to what style you should follow, check out the guidelines for authors page on the journal you are targeting. If you are writing a dissertation, your affiliated university or institution will prescribe these guidelines. Check out this list of gold-standard guidelines preferred according to field of study.

American Medical Association Manual of Style

Scientific Style & Format: Council of Science Editors

The Chicago Manual of Style 


American Psychological Association

IEEE Editorial Style Manual


NLM Citing Medicine

The American Chemical Society

Oxford Style Manual

Cochrane Manual of Style

Do you have any samples of the editing work you do?


Yes, I do. You can find them on this page: Examples of my Editing.

What should I do before I send you my manuscript? 


Please check out this page: Checklist for Authors.

What should I do after you revise my manuscript? 

Please check out this page: Dealing with your revised manuscript.

How much do you charge? 

Please check out this page: Price and Payment.


Do you guarantee your work?

Yes, I do! You can read more about it here: 
Customer Satisfaction Policy 

If you revise my paper and a journal requests additional changes to the paper, do you charge for this next round of editing

Yes, I do. Yet the cost will be a fraction of the original revision. I provide a more detailed answer to this question on this page: Price and Payment.

Where can I find reviews of your service?

You can also read Testimonials from satisfied customers from various research fields. 

How do I get a quote?

Contact me at this email address for a quote or if you have any questions:


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