About

 

FarsonInk:  Deborah Farson is a medical / scientific writer and editor with extensive background and expertise in academia and the biotechnology industry.

  • Preclinical, development, and clinical data synthesized into reports and documents for FDA, business presentations, textbooks, and peer-reviewed publications.
  • Documents edited for consistency and impact.
  • Proficient manager and/or member of cross-functional teams: expert at managing multiple projects concurrently with strong commitment to meeting establish deadlines.
  • Expertise in preclinical research in a wide range of therapeutic areas.

Deborah works closely with clients to make sure that a quality product is produced on time and within budget.  She will:

  • Edit documents for accuracy and consistency
  • Prepare documents from raw data and protocols
  • Format documents and tables
  • Make forms and templates
  • Write and edit to required style
  • Track and archive documents
  • Understand and meet budgets and timelines
  • Work productively on project teams

American Medical Writers Association Regulatory and Research Credential.  Microsoft Office 2010.

 
  • Regulatory Documents
  • Manuscripts
  • Textbooks
  • Grants
  • SBIRs & STTRs
  • Presentations
  • User Manuals
  • Web Content
  • Posters
  • Tables
  • Flow Charts
  • References
  • Newsletters
  • Reports
  • SOPs
  • Due Diligence Documents
  • Graphs
  • Lesson Plans
  • White Papers
  • Resumes

  • Cell biology
  • Molecular biology
  • Solid tumor (breast, prostate, lung, pancreatic, melanoma) and blood cancers
  • Hemophilia
  • Angiogenesis
  • Gene therapy
  • HIV
  • Immunotherapy
  •  

  • Antibodies
  • Gene targeting
  • Virology
  • Extracellular matrices
  • Cell-based assays
  • Stem cells
  • Vaccines
  • Regulatory
  • Dentistry


 

Debbie edited my two manuscripts, both of them getting a complete face lifting by her. She has a magic pen that helps me say what I want to say in a much more clear and elegant manner. With a solid scientific background and a long and successful tenure in the biotech industry, she is able to jump into the manuscript and ask great questions that I failed to see because I had been immersed in the topic for too long. So she serves not only as an editor who improves the language part but also a critic who examines the entire layout, flow, and argument logics of each manuscript to make sure it is easy to read and the message pops out. It has been a wonderful experience working with her on my manuscripts and I am very happy with the outcome. I strongly recommend her for anyone who could use help in polishing their manuscripts or reports.–Shian-Jiun Shih, October 2010