My background is in Microbiology and Immunology and I used to be a registered nurse. I've been writing for clients in healthcare and science since 2017.
Multiomics Methods Guide
An eBook providing an overview of multiomics and the method workflows that can be used to perform multiomics experiments.
Chromatography and Downstream Processing
Whitepaper on GORE chromatography in pharmaceutical downstream processing.
SuperScript IV PreAmp Kit for Single Cell/Low Input cDNA
Researchers performing single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-Seq) or quantitative reverse transcription polymerase chain reactions (RT-qPCR) with low input RNA must often preamplify their samples to collect reliable data. Researchers commonly develop their own preamplification materials and workflows to amplify RNA from low abundance samples, but this can lead to variable results, long labor-intensive protocols, and significant cost. Though some commercial preamplification kits are available, their price point is often out of reach for many research labs. To simplify the preamplification required
Proteomics via NGS: A New Technology Entering The Mainstream
A proteomics via NGS whitepaper for Illumina.
Proteomics via Next-Generation Sequencing Flyer
This was a 2-page flyer I wrote to support Illumina's marketing campaign for proteomics using next generation sequencing.
Payor Dossier for Women's Health Product
Payor Dossier explaining to insurance companies explaining the research behind why this diagnostic is innovative and should be covered by the insurance company.
This brochure was written as an introductory document for scientists you wanted to learn about the capabilities of multiomics.
The SARS CoV-2 Lambda Variant: Here’s What You Should Know
Like all RNA viruses, SARS-CoV-2 is prone to mutations—adaptive changes that can alter a virus’ pathogenic potential and other characteristics. These mutations can create distinct variants of the virus, adding complexity to what has already become the most significant global public health challenge since the 1918 influenza pandemic.
6 Tips for Transitioning Into A Nursing Career
In 2006, I graduated from college with a 3.83 degree in Biology. Surely a student graduating with honors would be working at a prestigious laboratory contemplating the most complex questions in science, right?
That was not my story. A few months after graduation, I was working at the Baby Depot at a Burlington Coat Factory making minimum wage. It was a decent job, but it was not what I went to school for.
7 virtual nursing jobs you can do from anywhere in 2021 and beyond
COVID-19 has presented new opportunities in the work world, and remote work is here to stay. As a nurse, you should look forward to more flexible opportunities to work from anywhere while getting paid the same amount you would if you worked in a physical location.
Major Depressive Disorder DSM 5
What is major depressive disorder according to the DSM 5?
Major depressive disorder (MDD) is a common but serious mood disorder that is characterized by a low mood and negative emotions that last for most of the day.
Individuals who struggle with MDD have persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and lose interest in people and their surroundings. MDD is commonly referred to as depression.
Below are a few MDD statistics to be aware of.
Approximately 3 million people each year will be diag...
How To Be an Expert Dementia Caregiver
An article on becoming an expert dementia caregiver for a home health care client.
Employee health and the burden of caregiving
Employee health and the burden of caregiving.
Nursing and Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence and its growing influence in healthcare.
LTS White Paper
This was a white paper that compared four COVID-19 testing modalities and which was best for testing large groups of people especially as businesses and schools began to reopen.