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Our Scientific Editors
The Research Medical Library has 13 scientific editors, many with more than 25 years of editing experience.
Our Editing Services team perform both substantive editing and copy-editing of grant proposals, journal articles, and other materials. We suggest ways to improve the clarity, organization, and persuasiveness of a document; note instances in which references are needed; identify areas with too little or too much information; and ensure that the document fits the scope of the target publication. We also ensure that each document conforms to the publisher's or funding agency's guidelines; check for errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, word choice, parallel structure, and basic math and percentages; and cross-check tables, figures, and figure legends with the main text and vice versa.
MD Anderson faculty, trainees, or staff members can submit grant proposals, original research articles, conference abstracts, posters, and short slide shows.
For a journal article submission email firstname.lastname@example.org (article information required is included in the link).
For a grant proposal email email@example.com (grant information required is included in the link).
Need something edited quickly?
Our Scientific Editors offer an on-call editing service for short documents such as abstracts, conference posters, and slide presentations. Documents consisting of no more than 5 double-spaced pages can usually be returned within 1 workday. Requests can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please see the description on the Editing Services website.