By Kevin Ho
These days, science and medical communication has become more important than ever before. #FancyComma is here to help you with that. #SciCommTweet
There has been a lot of commotion going on in the world about the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether it’s businesses closing down, cabin fever due to voluntary quarantine, or a shift to living, working, and playing online due to social distancing measures, COVID-19 has been a force of nature changing the way we all live our lives.
But the burden of COVID-19 doesn’t have to be a barrier to stop the development of your website, business, or blog.
Read on to learn more how Fancy Comma, LLC, and its founder, Sheeva Azma, can help you with your website and blog posting needs in these trying times.
Fancy Comma, LLC’s Sheeva Azma is a Leader in Science Writing
Sheeva has two degrees in biomedical science – a Bachelor’s degree from MIT and a Master’s degree from Georgetown University. Sheeva is an experienced scientific, biomedical, and financial writer who has worked with hospitals and other public health institutions to improve their writing and communications protocols during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Sheeva has 10+ years of science research experience. She has conducted research at MIT, Harvard Medical School, and Georgetown University Medical School. During her academic career, she published over a dozen academic articles, which have been cited over 210 times. Check out Sheeva’s Google Scholar to see her academic writing.
From The Lab Bench to the Writer’s Life
Seeking to combine her love of science with the need for high quality, compelling, and easily-understandable science writing, Sheeva began her career in freelance writing in 2013. She has worked as a freelance writer since then, focusing on health, science, finance, policy, and technology. Sheeva is familiar with both the dynamics and details of the medical fields and is well-versed in scientific communication to communicate complex information to a non-scientific audience.
In her undergraduate studies at MIT, Sheeva attended seminars discussing infectious diseases. She continued studying infectious disease as a graduate student interning at the Washington, DC-based think tank, the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies. Furthermore, Sheeva has experience teaching about medical science to Georgetown University medical students, and has taken health policy courses while getting her MS in Neuroscience at Georgetown University Medical School.
A Proven Track Record in Science Writing
Sheeva has a proven and authoritative record in writing and communications in the biomedical field thanks to her extensive knowledge of medical science and writing skills. She has both ghostwritten academic journal articles for clients and has summarized complex science, health, and medical concepts for the general public. Some of her clients in the biomedical and health fields include Johnson and Johnson, Women’s Health Magazine, academic researchers, and others in government, policy, education, nonprofit, and private sectors.
Fancy Comma Is Here to Help During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Currently, Sheeva is providing writing and research assistance to those at the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis and those impacted by it – by summarizing novel coronavirus research for a lay audience, helping ICUs develop improved protocols to better tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, and writing promotional blog articles to help companies boost visibility of the COVID-19 work in which they are engaged.
If you either need assistance writing technical documents for your organization to deal with COVID-19, require help summarizing COVID-19 information or studies for a lay audience, or are seeking to communicate how your business can help others during this crisis, then Sheeva Azma and Fancy Comma are the right choice for you.
Learn More about Fancy Comma, LLC
To learn more about how Fancy Comma can help you with your writing and business needs in these trying times, feel free to explore our website to learn more! We have also recently launched a LinkedIn page where we will talk about recent writing projects and share our best writing tips and tricks. We look forward to continuing the conversation with you!
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