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Michelle Yeoman

Lecturer - Veterinary Integrative Biosciences at Texas A&M University | Houston, Texas , United States of America

Anthropology, Basic Medical Sciences, Biology, Classics, Culture/Gender Studies, Education, Healthcare, Journalism and Communication, Life Sciences, Literature, Politics and Political Science, Psychology
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Not currently available for mentoring.
Support Level:
Editing Support
Response Time:
Usually within a week
Support Offered:
Language polishing/light editing


Education, Life Sciences, Basic Medical Sciences, Biology, Anthropology, Psychology, Politics and Political Science, Culture/Gender Studies, Literature, Journalism and Communication, Healthcare, Classics
Research Keywords:
Biology, anthropology, sustainable tourism, global health, maternal and infant mortality, gender issues
I have a master's degree in biology from Texas A&M University and graduated from the science and technology journalism master's program, also at Texas A&M University. With my two master's degrees, I have a strong background in both science and science editing. I am also a graduate student in the Department of Anthropology at Texas A&M University, where I am researching sustainable tourism in Thailand. As an editor, I use my education, experience, and expertise to address issues that might prevent your paper from being published, or a reader from fully understanding and engaging in your work. I do this by addressing copyediting issues like spelling, grammar, and usage. I also address substantive issues such as content, clarity, and flow. While my interests in science are broad, my main interests are cell signaling, epidemiology, genetics, genomics, nutrition, medicine, and molecular biology. I have worked with AuthorAID in the past by contributing to the "Sentence of the Week" series.
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