I wrote a scientific article with approx. 3500 words about 1-MTPJ (first metatarsophallangeal joint + big toe joint) Replacements using a ceramic implant. As my first language is not English, I am looking for someone native English speaker with academic background who can edit/proofread/polish my writing to get it ready for submission to a journal.
I would like to work with someone with a medical/orthopaedic background and excellent writing skills and good experience in academic and medical writing.
Orthopaedic surgeons like simple clear language with a strong message.
Work should be finished in next 3 days (need article by 08:00 am on Thursday 31/05/2012 UK-Time)
I will have 4-5 further articles in next few months.
Thank you for your bids
11 freelance font une offre moyenne de $73 pour ce travail
I have a background in Human biology and I have read a lot about joint, bone fracture and many others. I hope that is enough to proofread your work. With a As a former student I dont want to charge you too much. Hopefu Plus
Hello, My bid is for 3500 words High Quality article. Good Work at Affordable Price, 100% Milestone Required. Kind regards.
Greetings! Although I am not a native English person, yet I ca assure you of quality results. Please check your PMB for details. Thank you for your consideration!
As as freelance medical writer I have proofread, edited and written numerous articles in a broad range of subjects in biomedical science. Many have been published in peer-reviewed journals.
Hi, I am a professional writer and editor with 8 years+ experience in the industry. I have written fiction, non fiction, informational articles, articles relating to the medical field, etc. I recently took a Plus
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I proofread a lot of work for foreign students studying physiotherapy, anaesthesia and medicine in the UK. I can do this well for you for ... and at a sensible price.
Hi, I am a registered physiotherapist in Melbourne, Australia so I am very familiar with orthopaedic terminology and I have read plenty of journal articles during my studies and 4 years of work. I have lived most of m Plus