Clinical Study Report Writer Dr. Jennifer did her undergraduate studies at Indiana University before earning her master’s degree in Communication Disorders from the University of Texas at Dallas. She worked as an audiologist for 3 years before returning to school to pursue her PhD in Immunology from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
Upon graduation, she started her medical writing career in 2003 creating continuing medical education for a large oncology medical education company. She expanded into ophthalmology in 2006 when she worked at Alcon Laboratories on projects related to cataract surgery, glaucoma pharmacotherapies, surgical devices, dry eye products, and contact lenses. It is at Alcon Labs that she began writing clinical study reports (CSRs).
Jennifer has experience writing all facets of scientific and medical documents. She has created more than 75 scientific posters and abstracts and has written more than 80 peer-reviewed manuscripts. She has also written more than 50 CSRs and 10 clinical trial protocols. She has now worked in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries for 16 years and has slowly transitioned her focus primarily to CSR and protocol writing. She enjoys the interactions with sponsors and the opportunity to dive deep into the design and data of a particular study when working on these types of projects. Regardless of the project she undertakes, her goals are to produce high-quality work, meet or exceed timeline requirements, and build trust with clients by exceeding their expectations.
Jennifer has received recognition for her efforts, being named valedictorian of her high school class, inducted into Phi Beta Kappa as an undergraduate, and earning the Texas Media Award in 2004 from the American Cancer Society for Best Feature/Human Interest story. She holds a Core Curriculum certification from the American Medical Writers Association, which she earned in 2009.
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