Editing and proofreading:
1997-2007: BASF Coatings: Münster/Hiltrup, Germany: I assisted various BASF Coatings and Glasurit employees with presentations, speeches, and the texts of marketing magazines and brochures.
2007-2012: Brillux Coatings: Münster, Germany: I was a consulting Proofreader and Editor in their Marketing Department. I helped improve the company website, product catalogs, and product and process brochures.
Csion Communications: Bad Homburg, Germany: Proofreading and editing press releases, case studies, and company profiles
2005-2016: Dermatest: Münster, Germany: I regularly proofread and edit this dermatological research institute’s website and product catalogs, presentations and research articles. The following is a partial list of some projects we have done together:
– Closer to success: a marketing booklet describing the company and its services
– Herbal therapies from the clinical and toxicological point of view: a presentation for an international skin care conference also published as an article in an international medical journal
– Marketing and advertising copy published in various trade magazines
– Doroderm medical cosmetic skincare website and marketing brochure (Doroderm is a member of the Dermatest Group)
– Update and improve the Curriculum Vitae for a senior member of the Dermatest staff
Other Medical English projects for various clients in Germany:
– Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: An article by a medical author who wishes to remain anonymous
– An educational brochure for parents of children with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder and an information brochure for Children with epileptic fits and their parents. (Striese and Dingenotto) In addition, I edited two presentations concerning the contents of these brochures.
– A paper concerning Intraarticular Triamcinolone Hexacetonide in Juvenile Chronic Arthritis: A Subgroup Specific Evaluation of the Efficacy (Willi Breit, Gerd Ganser, Michael Frosch, Achim Heinecke, and Ulrike Meyer of the Department of Pediatric Rheumatology, Northwest German Center of Rheumatology, St. Josef Stift, Sendenhorst, Germany)
– The sites of respiratory gas exchange in the planktonic crustacean Daphnia Magna: an in vivo study employing blood haemoglobin as an internal oxygen probe (R. Pirow, F. Wollinger and R.J. Paul of Institute for Zoophysiology, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster, Germany) (Cover article for the November 1999 issue of The Journal of Experimental Biology.)
– Evidence for predictive validity of blood assays to evaluate individual radiosensitivity and a second article The loss of hematopoietic progenitor cells in flow cytometric analysis after erythrocyte lysing procedures – a systematic study of “Where have all the stem cells gone?” (Dr. rer. nat. Burkhard Greve et al. of the Institute of Radiation Biology, Department of Internal Medicine – Hematology and Oncology, Clinic and Polyclinc of Radiotherapy – Radiation Oncology, University Hospital, Münster, Germany) This last article was revised and became The impact of erythrocyte lysing procedures on the recovery of hematopoietic progenitor cells in flow cytometric analysis. It was then accepted for publication in the American medical journal Stem Cells (www.StemCells.com).
– Extended stochastic models for anomalous transport in turbulent systems: a PhD thesis in physics for a doctoral candidate at Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster, Germany. Dr. Eule is now a staff scientist at a Max Planck Institute in northern Germany.
– A guideline to configure a worldwide communicationship with Lotus Notes: GROUP GmbH: Münster, Germany
– Guiding Principles for Object-Oriented Programming in C++, The Design of a 3D Rendering Meta System, and An Object-Oriented Framework for 3D Modeling, Animation and Interaction (Juergen Doellner, Andreas Voigtmann, and Klaus Hinrichs of the Institute for Computing Science, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster, Germany)