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Getting papers into peer-reviewed publications is essential to your funding. Every paper I have worked on for a client has been accepted by a peer-reviewed journal. My clients publish in Nature, Science, PNAS, PloS journals, and in top-notch journals specific to their fields. A well-written paper with a strong argument and interesting ideas (and yes, sometimes editing involves critiquing ideas) will find a home in short order, even if the data are preliminary or underwhelming.

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Retainer arrangements make sense for organizations and academic departments with ongoing writing and editing needs. I have contracts with university departments as well with foundations and organizations that need help with grant writing on a regular basis.

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2024 Will be Here Before you Know it – Get Your Proposal Ducks in a Row

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The United States has exceeded 31 million Covid-19 infections (a messy data point) and is approaching 570,000 Covid-19 deaths (a more robust data point). Yet despite the abundance of data about the pandemic, the best available information is not usually what guides policymakers.

Some policies are senselessly cruel, such as keeping family members from visiting loved ones dying of Covid-19. Others heighten disparities in income, health, and education.

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Opinion: State’s overcautious COVID stance hurts students and their education

On June 30, Gov. Kate Brown dropped most COVID-19 restrictions in Oregon because she recognized the importance for Oregonians of…

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Colleges Violate Their Promises to Vaccinated Students

Students who got the shots to help others are ordered to wear masks outside and stay out of restaurants

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The Pandemic’s Toll on Teen Mental Health

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a report last week warning that adolescent hospitalizations due to Covid-19 were on the…

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As Omicron Hits, COVID-19 Case Counts Don’t Mean What They Used To

America has begun the gradual process of accepting that COVID-19 is going to be endemic—meaning it will always be present…

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