Biomedical Engineering Grant Writer and Editor Dr. Greening
Biomedical Engineering Grant Writer and Editor Dr. Greening holds a Bachelor of Science (B.S., 2014) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D., 2019) in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Arkansas. As an undergraduate, Gage graduated summa cum laude. He then transitioned into graduate school where he received the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship to study using diffuse optical spectroscopy techniques to monitor tumor therapeutic response in colon cancer. This then led to an intensive engineering internship at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas where he contributed to two pieces of medical research hardware currently onboard the International Space Station.
Dr. Greening’s publication experience began in 2014 and has since first-authored 7 articles and co-authored 1 article in professional journals ranging from the Journal of Biomedical Optics to Scientific Reports. Additionally, Gage has written 1 tutorial book and contributed to multiple conference proceedings. Gage is a current member of the Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) and the National Association of Science Writers (NASW). He also has experience writing and editing proposals for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) academic and SBIR/STTR grant mechanisms. Relevant skills beyond writing, editing, and proofreading include proficiency in the Adobe Create Suite, MATLAB, and SolidWorks.
Dr. Greening understands the process of putting a manuscript together for publication, including navigating the peer-review process. As a scientific/medical editor, Gage is passionate about research and committed to his work in STEM (scientific, technical, engineering, and mathematics) fields by helping his clients polish their work to publish and secure funding for groundbreaking research, products, and services.
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