Dr. Christine – Life Science and Food Science Editor
Food Science Editor Dr. Christine is a native English speaker, with an M.Sc. and a Ph.D. in Food Chemistry and a B.Sc. in Molecular Biology/Biochemistry from the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Her postgraduate research focused on the glycation of food proteins, by the Maillard reaction, to improve their functional properties. After completing her Ph.D., she lectured undergraduate and postgraduate students in Food Science at the same university. She also co-mentored and helped students complete their dissertations, as well as reviewed and edited several theses, project synopses and research papers intended for publication.
As a postdoctoral researcher at the College of Cork in Ireland, she applied high hydrostatic pressure to alter the function and chemistry of dairy proteins. She also gained valuable writing and research experience as a postdoc at Monash University, Australia, characterizing the chemistry of protein glycoconjugates, using high-level analytical techniques. Furthermore, Dr. Christine was a scientist at the Australian Commonwealth Science Institute and Research Organisation (CSIRO), where she investigated the microencapsulation of bioactives, the fungal transformation of lignocellulosic biomass for food sustainability by ultrasound, and metabolomics, for example. During this time, she co-mentored several students, reviewed numerous internal publications, and externally reviewed International Dairy Journal articles. Throughout her career, Dr. Christine has received several rewards for her writing, a Ph.D. scholarship, assisted in writing successful academic and industry grants, and is a co-inventor of two international patents. Additionally, she has published several book chapters, and over 20 research and review articles in journals like Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, Free radical Biology & Medicine, and Ultrasonics Sonochemistry.
As a Food Science Editor, Dr. Christine has established excellent comprehension of the publication process and criteria required for publication in high-impact journals. She is particularly interested and experienced in helping ESL authors communicate and express their writing to the highest standards essential for publication in research journals covering life sciences, food science, and agriculture. She also enjoys writing or re-writing content for clarity, accuracy, and critical review, and has an excellent eye for detail, and adherence to strict deadlines
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