Dr. Robinette – Biomedical Editor – Grants and Manuscripts
Biomedical Editor Dr. Robinette received his PhD in Comparative Biomedical Sciences from the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University. His doctoral research focused on nonspecific immunity in lower vertebrates. Prior to obtaining his doctorate, he earned a Master of Science in Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, focusing on the effects and fates of pollutants in estuarine environments. Before becoming a full-time editor, Dr. Robinette worked with the Environmental Protection Agency as a Research Associate, specializing in development of assays to monitor pharmaceutical compounds in the aquatic environment. He later served as a professional Medical Science Editor in the private sector and from 2005-2011 was on the staff of the Proteomics Core facility at the University of North Carolina, where he obtained extensive experience in mass spectrometry applications. Dr. Robinette has over 20 years of research experience involving publication in peer-reviewed journals. His areas of editing expertise and experience include immunology, veterinary and pharmaceutical sciences, biochemistry, molecular biology, microbiology and infectious diseases, bioinformatics, environmental sciences, proteomics and mass spectrometry, and endocrinology and general medical sciences. In addition to research manuscripts, Dr. Robinette has also contributed to the development and preparation of numerous research proposals to funding agencies in both the private and public sectors. He has extensive experience editing NIH grant proposals such as the R01 and routinely assists principal investigators and faculty at major research universities prepare funding proposals. In 2005, Dr. Robinette began working as a part-time freelance writer and editor, with a particular emphasis on assisting authors for whom English is a second language prepare manuscripts, abstracts, grant proposals, and poster or other presentation materials of the highest quality. In 2011, Dr. Robinette began working full-time as a biomedical editor. In addition to being a biomedical editor and writer of highly technical scientific materials, he also has considerable experience making technical materials readable for audiences with limited scientific backgrounds.
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