Chief Editor: Daniel T. Scott, Biotechnology
Considered an asset in Health Courier, Daniel is revered for his degree in Biotechnology. Daniel is also renowned for his additional skills such as strategic planning, marketing skills, and organizational demeanor. Scott is highly revered for his exceptional dexterity in technical writing. Owing to his academic background in Biotechnology, Daniel has also actively participated in journalism workshops, besides undertaking a dedicated course in writing to further solidify his skill-set in objective journalism. One of the most talked-about roles of Daniel was his short stint in one of the leading news houses wherein he left an indelible mark in a new presentations. Gradually, Daniel diverted into editing, which he continued to do over the years in both print and electronic media.
This clearly explains his current role at Health Courier as Chief Editor. Besides his professional commitment, Daniel is a regular contributor to the biotechnology category and occasionally writes for multiple houses as a freelance writer. His dual roles in writing, as well as editing, allow him to make appropriate choices in title selection, besides delegating appropriate titles to writers based on their writing genre and writing style.
Despite Daniel’s celebrated experience across dynamic fields, his writing is classified as one of the most lucid forms, syncing perfectly with reader preferences.
Sub Editor: Ana Edwards, Pharmaceuticals
Her impeccable sense of news presentation and highly objective and unbiased take on news reporting have made her rightfully an asset to Health Courier. Beginning her career here at Health Courier she has been highly self-motivated and has rather quickly jumped up the ladder from a senior writer to the challenging post of Sub-Editor. Her writing prowess, coupled with her academic excellence in medical writing as well as technical writing justify her strong candidacy. Her initial years in writing have also a long and celebrated history of drug trial assessment, clinical documents, and the like that have contributed immensely towards her undying tendency in flawless writing. She also diligently contributes as an adept medical writer for various medical journals in her free time. Her skills also aid her in documenting for FDA-specific writing, promotional content management as well as investigative journalism.
Justifying her position as Sub-Editor in Health Courier, Ana is highly fluent in information sourcing, formatting, and subsequent delivery, aligning with reader interests. Challenging concepts which require immense cognitive excellence are presented in an absolute fact-based format, aligning with reader interests. Various facts and figures are demonstrated accurately to induce reader-friendly engagement and establish a loyal reader base.
Mark A. Battle: Healthcare IT
Tremendous interest in fields such as chemistry, pharmacy, biochemistry, and biology have made Mark a top employee at Health Courier. Complementing his educational background in Science and his zealous approach towards journalistic writing, Mark is a perfect fit and absolutely indispensable. With his love for technical writing and medical writing he also devotes his time towards attending and participating in various educational programs, training sessions, and the loke.
Rachael R. Johnson: Medical Devices
Health Courier is highly revered for its work culture. Favoring diversity, we believe in hiring professional writers from all walks and age groups to sustain vivid writing catering to a heterogeneous reader base. Rachael is one of the youngest writers aboard and has been selected for her meticulous writing style and insatiable desire to unravel information pertaining to medical device technology.