Dr. Daniel – Plant Science and Chemistry Editor
Dr. Daniel is an editor with expertise in organic chemistry and forestry. Since 1998, he has been active in multidisciplinary research involving the cell wall chemistry of plants and trees, mechanisms of decay by microorganisms, organic synthesis, adhesive chemistry, and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Forestry and Chemistry at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, his Master of Science degree in Forestry at the University of Maine-Orono, and his Ph.D. in Forestry and Organic Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In his Ph.D. dissertation research, he developed a method to dissolve plant cell walls using perdeuterated solvents for direct characterization of native plant cell wall chemistry using solution-state NMR spectroscopy. He has a particular expertise in multidimensional NMR spectroscopy where characterizing complex polymers is required and enjoys challenging existing theories through combining analytical approaches.
As a published scientist, Dr. Daniel appreciates the difficulties of transforming important data and results into an intriguing story. He has copious experience in writing and editing manuscripts, grant proposals, theses, and presentations in both poster and oral formats. He is particularly skilled at conveying the meaning of complex data simplistically and in a way the reader will easily understand. He is sympathetic to the challenges of writers that are non-native English speaking and wants your work to be communicated in the most effective way so that it will be not only published, but also continuously cited.
To work with Plant Science and Chemistry Editor Dr. Daniel, please visit our quote page and request him in the description area.