Welcome to this special page for attendees of the Edanz author workshops held on 1st November 2012 at Seoul National University Medical Library. We hope that the workshop by Dr Daniel McGowan, our Science Director and Head of Medical Writing, provided some useful guidance for your future publications. On this page you will find Dr McGowan's presentation and other free resources that will help you with writing manuscripts and removing the barriers to publication. Our aim in providing these is to help you achieve publication success.
At Edanz we like to think of ourselves as 'author champions.' We take the author's perspective to assist you publish your research. Please browse our website and the free resources. Look over the profiles of our specialist editors. Together we can get your work published!
Dr Daniel McGowan Profile
2002 - PhD Molecular Neuroscience, University of Auckland
1998 - MSc (1st Hons) Biology and Molecular Genetics, University of Auckland
1996 - BSc Double Major in Biochemistry and Zoology, University of Auckland
Dr McGowan has won many awards during his career, including in 2003 the EU Marie Curie Post-doctoral Fellowship. He has worked in laboratories investigating the molecular mechanisms in Parkinson’s disease as well as those involved in Huntington’s disease, combining laser micro-dissection, microarray analysis and proteomics. Further study involved micro-array gene expression analysis of molecular processes occurring during normal aging and how these are affected by mental exercise. Dr McGowan has an in-depth knowledge of neurodegenerative diseases, neural function, marine zoology, molecular and cellular biology and protein biochemistry, along with extensive multi-disciplinary laboratory experience of contemporary and traditional techniques including proteomics, functional genomics and cell imaging. His excellent written and oral communication skills are demonstrated by several first author publications. From 2005 to October 2006, Dr McGowan was an Associate Editor at Nature Reviews Neuroscience before becoming a full-time editor for Edanz Editing. Dr McGowan is the Edanz Group Science Director.
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