Dr. Rosalind – Neuroscience Editor and Project Manager
Dr. Rosalind is a PhD neuroscientist and neuroscience editor who has more than 12 years of experience in biomedical writing, editing, and reviewing. She obtained a Bachelor’s of Science degree in biology from Imperial College of Science, Technology & Medicine in London. She then obtained a Master’s of Science (by Research) degree in neurobehavioral toxicology from Trinity College Dublin. Dr. Rosalind completed her PhD at the University of Oxford where she performed research in cerebral cortical development in primates and rodents. She then conducted her postdoctoral research in amygdala development at Georgetown University Medical Center/Children’s Hospital, Washington DC. This was followed by a senior postdoctoral fellowship researching the cellular and genetic mechanisms contributing to amygdala development, which was conducted at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, CA. Dr. Rosalind is the first author of publications in the Journal of Neuroscience, Cerebral Cortex, Neural Development, Brain Structure & Function, and Toxicology Letters. She is a contributing author to publications in Nature Neuroscience, Journal of Neuroscience, Developmental Dynamics, and the Journal of Biological Rhythms. She has presented her research in the USA and internationally and served as an ad-hoc reviewer for the European Journal of Neuroscience and Brain Structure & Function.
Dr. Rosalind’s interest in writing and editing was initiated during her time at Oxford when she became an academic editor, working on pre-submission manuscripts primarily from Japanese scientists. Though her primary interest has always been neuroscience, she appreciated the chance to learn all organ systems when she became Adjunct Professor of Anatomy & Physiology at Anne Arundel Community College in Maryland. On top of being a ScienceDocs Neuroscience Editor, Dr. Rosalind also is currently a biology writer and editor for a national, high-stakes assessment in biology and biochemistry. This role involves taking complex research papers and translating them into data that can be understood by test-takers who have completed the first year of college level biology and biochemistry courses. She writes and edits questions that require significant scientific reasoning and data interpretation skills. This role necessitates diverse technical knowledge in biology and exceptional attention to detail. Dr. Rosalind holds certificates in medical writing and copyediting and is a certified project management professional (PMP).
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