Whether you work in-house or as a freelancer, writing a clinical research manuscript for submission to a medical journal can be a daunting project. Where do you start? What questions should you ask? How do you ensure that your work meets or, better yet, exceeds expectations? While examining realistic examples, you will learn key steps and expert tips that will help you prepare quality manuscripts. Bring your questions and share experiences.
Meet your Presenter
Monica Nicosia, PhD, principal of Nicosia Medical Writer LLC, has more than 25 years of experience in medical communications, continuing medical education, and health technology assessment (HTA). During her 15 years as a successful freelance medical writer, Dr. Nicosia worked on over 190 research manuscript projects that have brought her consistent repeat business from well-satisfied clients. She has a BA in biology, a PhD in Cellular and Developmental Biology, and 4.5 years of postdoctoral research experience. In 2014, one of Dr. Nicosia’s clients lured her to full-time work in HTA. After she realized that she prefers being her own boss, she relaunched her freelance business early in 2016. Research manuscripts comprise the bulk of her current work.