About Edanz

About Edanz

The Edanz Team


The Edanz Group was established in Fukuoka in 1995 and, through innovation and dedication to our authors’ success, we have become a globally recognized trusted author services provider. We have offices in Japan and China, and sales representatives in South Korea, that serve our customers from all over the world. Keeping in mind our goal of breaking down the barriers to publication success, we regularly hold seminars for authors in an ever-expanding list of countries that includes Brazil, Brunei, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, and Thailand.


Senior Editors

The Edanz team of senior in-house editors brings a variety of research, journal publication and editing skills to their management of our team of 400+ external expert editors. They assign author manuscripts to the most suitable expert editors and manage the editing process. They are also responsible for the development of Edanz’s online materials for authors and the delivery of the Edanz author training seminars that are presented worldwide in conjunction with our publisher partners.


Quality Control

The members of the Edanz Quality Control (QC) Editing Team bring a variety of skill sets to their editing work, and all share a love of language. Their fine eye for detail and keen understanding of good  language usage ensure that no manuscript leaves Edanz without being the best it can be. In addition to copy editing and proofreading, members of the QC team are involved at all stages of editor training and have numerous other roles within the company.


Customer Service

We deliver outstanding customer support and our dedicated customer service team will help answer any and all of your questions. You can contact our support center through a message on our website, by email, or by phone.

Please click the Meet Edanz tab for more detailed information about our team members.


Founder's Greeting

I began the Edanz language editing service for ESL authors in Fukuoka, Japan, in 1995. From the beginning Edanz offered an innovative service; cutting prices by over 50% and reducing the then standard seven day delivery to just three, with an overnight express service. Edanz has always been and still is the leading language editing innovator. The first to openly tell authors who their editors were and show their background qualifications; the first, in 2008, to offer expert services such as journal selection, expert scientific review (pre-submission peer review), abstract development, and rewriting support in response to peer review; the first, in 2012, to offer a free journal selector tool searching over 18,000 journals and relevant to researchers in all fields. New innovative tools and services will be released in 2016. I am proud that Edanz is considered the editing industry “gold standard” for quality and on time service. The professionalism of our worldwide team of expert editors, writers and reviewers, our in-house senior and quality control editors, and our IT and customer service teams is unparalleled. Authors using Edanz services can be confident their chances of publication will be greatly increased. I personally guarantee the quality of our work.


Kerry Greer
Edanz Group



Management Team

Kerry Greer

Representative Director, Founder

Koji Yamashita


Benjamin Shaw

COO and China Director

Tom da Costa

Sales Director

Richard Parris

Systems Director

Bruce D. Cummings

Director, Chief Product Officer

Senior Editors

Michael Pack

2011 - MBA, University of California at Davis, USA 2002 - BSc Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of California at Santa Cruz, USA

Michael Pack worked as a medicinal chemist for six years in the pharmaceutical industry in North America. His work focused on high throughput methods of synthesis and purification, as well as the planning and synthesis of focused small-molecule libraries. During this time, he helped develop potential drugs for diseases such as cancer and diabetes. Michael is skilled in a variety of purification procedures and instrument usage, as well as chemical synthesis procedures. He also wrote numerous scientific reports on chemical procedures and the molecular biology of oncology during his time as a researcher. Leaving the lab bench, Michael undertook an MBA focused on biotechnology marketing and finance. He then worked as a consultant for two biotechnology firms. His worked involved pricing IND drugs through of variety of methods, including risk adjusted net present value models, and intellectual properties pricing. Michael has authored a number of patents for chemical synthesis of oncology drugs, and has edited many scientific manuscripts in a wide variety of fields. He joined the Edanz Group as an in-house senior editor in the Fukuoka office in 2012.

Dr Andrew Jackson

2013 - PhD Chemistry, University of Queensland, Australia

Dr Jackson is an internationally trained chemist with academic and industrial experience in materials science. At Oxford University, he focused on the mechanisms of C-H bond activation and organometallic catalysis, which allowed him to also do research at Kyoto University. After working in industry, developing novel methods for synthesizing reagents, he entered the doctoral program at the University of Queensland, studying at the Centre for Organic Photonics and Electronics (COPE). His research at COPE focused on the synthesis and characterization of nanocrystal/organic composites and optoelectronic applications of these materials. During his time at COPE, he helped develop novel macromolecules for organic light-emitting diodes and nanocrystalline catalysts for water-splitting. Bringing with him his expertise in chemistry and materials science, Dr Jackson joined Edanz in 2013 as a Senior Editor based in the Fukuoka office.

Adam Goulston

2002 - MISD: Master of International Social Development, University of New South Wales, Australia

Mr Goulston has a combined educational and professional background in journalism (print and online), IT, and social sciences. He is a board-certified Editor in the Life Sciences (ELS) and is pursuing a master’s degree in health sciences with an emphasis on public health. The last decade of his career has been devoted to editing research and documentation primarily in economics, IT, social sciences, development studies, and business. He worked as an Editor for 3 years with an independent research arm of the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, refining policy papers and academic critiques, followed by over 5 years as an Editor/Translator for a Tokyo-based translation company and publisher engaged with numerous high-level researchers and multinational corporate clients. Proficient in Japanese with translation experience, his foreign language study gives him a deep understanding of ESL authors and their writing styles and he is highly versed in the challenges of ESL authors publishing their work for a global audience. Mr Goulston’s undergraduate studies focused on print journalism and emerging online journalism and his early career featured management of online community development (the roots of social networking) with Internet startups in the United States as well as IT support in Japan. His master’s research focused on the issue of the emerging “digital divide,” IT implementation in developing countries and its impacts on discourse and social infrastructure, and Asian urban development. He later worked to assist IT implementation with NGOs and UN organizations in Thailand and Cambodia before returning to Japan. Mr Goulston joined Edanz Group as an in-house Senior Language Editor in the Fukuoka office in 2014.

Dr Kate Harris

2010 – PhD Chemistry, University of Basel, Switzerland

Dr Harris has a PhD and postdoctoral research experience in supramolecular and co-ordination chemistry. She has specific knowledge of NMR spectroscopy, in particular of diffusion techniques and the measurement and analysis of NMR spectra of paramagnetic compounds. Her PhD thesis was entitled “Polymer or macrocycle? Cobalt complexes of ditopic 2,2’:6’,2”-terpyridine ligands with flexible spacers,” and involved an in-depth study of both the solution speciation and the solid-state structures of these complexes. After graduating, Dr Harris spent 2 years at The University of Tokyo where she worked on the non-covalent functionalization of large self-assembled spherical complexes. She has published her work in several international journals, including the Journal of the American Chemical Society and Chemical Communications, and has presented at national and international conferences. During her PhD, Kate worked as an editorial assistant for the journal Polyhedron. She has also worked as a freelance language editor for manuscripts written by non-native English-speaking authors, including those accepted for publication by ChemPhysChem. Dr Harris joined the Edanz Group as an in-house Senior Editor in December 2014 and is based in the Fukuoka office.

Dr Trevor Lane - Education Director and Senior Publishing Consultant

1995 - PhD Physiological Sciences, University of Oxford, UK

Dr Lane has a broad background in the biomedical sciences, having graduated with an MA in Biochemistry and Chemical Pharmacology and a PhD in the molecular and cellular biology of cancer from the University of Oxford. He has also held postdoctoral positions in clinical oncology and microbial genetics in Hong Kong. He has since served in a variety of editorial roles in academic, research, and publishing institutions. He has worked as managing editor of several general and specialist medical journals based in Asia and senior editor of two social science journals based in the United States. Most recently, he taught science research communication at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Hong Kong. Dr Lane is a member of the World Association of Medical Editors and the Committee on Publication Ethics. He also holds a Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from Trinity College London and a Postgraduate Certificate in English Language Teaching from the University of Reading. He joined the Edanz Group as a Senior Editor in the Fukuoka office in 2015.

Dr Ruth Tunn

2013 – PhD Pharmacology, University of Oxford, UK

Dr Tunn has an academic background in the biomedical sciences and is experienced in a wide range of molecular biology techniques, including protein expression and analysis, stem cell culture, and quantitative reverse transcription PCR. After gaining a BA in Physiological Sciences, she joined the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Oxford to study the molecular mechanisms underlying the development of fat cells and tissues. Specifically, she investigated intracellular calcium signaling and the expression of a family of cation channels (two-pore channels) in mammalian cells; the role of these channels in the differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells into fat cells (adipogenesis); and body composition in transgenic mice using time-domain nuclear magnetic resonance. She co-authored several papers on these topics, which were published in international journals including the Journal of Biological Chemistry, Endocrinology, and Molecular and Cellular Biology. During her PhD, Dr Tunn worked as a graduate teaching assistant and tutor for the preclinical medical degree program at the University of Oxford. After graduating, she obtained a Postgraduate Certificate of Education from Edge Hill University, specializing in mathematics. She joined the Edanz Group as a Senior Editor in 2015 and is based in the Fukuoka office.

Dr Eri Kinoshita

2014 – PhD Biochemistry, Erasmus University Medical Center, Netherlands

Dr Kinoshita has an academic background in the life sciences and has expertise in protein expression, purification, and analysis, as well as a wide variety of molecular biology techniques. She is bilingual in English and Japanese, and has experience in scientific and technical communication and science-based business development. After gaining a BA with a double major in Psychology and Biology from the International Christian University, Japan, she moved to the Netherlands, where she received an MSc in Molecular (Plant) Biotechnology from Leiden University and a PhD in Biochemistry from the Erasmus University Medical Center. For her PhD research, Dr Kinoshita studied a protein complex (Mre11-Rad50-Nbs1) that is involved in DNA repair and chromosome stability, and she published her research in several international peer-reviewed journals including Genes and Development, Chromosome Research, and Nucleic Acids Research. While writing her PhD thesis, she worked in marketing and development for an online biotechnology company in Germany. After graduating, she entered academic publishing, working in the editorial office of the Journal of Neurochemistry. There, she helped manage the peer review of submitted manuscripts; coordinated communications among authors, reviewers, and editors; performed market, citation, and statistical analyses; and wrote research summaries for publicity materials. Dr Kinoshita joined Edanz in August 2015 as a Research Consultant in the Fukuoka office.

Quality Control Editing Team

Scott Wysong

2015 - BELS Certification 1994 - BA Copywriting, Art Institute of California, USA

Scott has lived in Japan since 1995, and prior to joining Edanz, worked as a Japanese-English translator for 8 years. Scott has a BA in Copywriting and is also fluent in Japanese. As the senior member of the Quality Control Editing Team, Scott is involved in doing meticulous final checks of our clients' projects, developing training materials for new editors, and testing new editor candidates.


Ayli Chong

2005 – BHlthSci Hearing and Speech, The University of Sydney, Australia

​Ayli’s studies focused on the biological and linguistic mechanisms underlying hearing and speech processes. Administrative work at The University of Sydney in 2009 roused an interest in copy editing. A lifelong desire to visit Japan saw her seize the opportunity to teach English on a remote island in Okinawa for 2 years from 2010. Ayli began working at Edanz in May 2013, where she applies her enthusiasm for and knowledge of language as a valued member of the Quality Control Editing team.


Alan Purvis

2004 - BEng (Hons) Aerospace Engineering, University of Manchester, UK

Alan studied Aerospace Engineering at the University of Manchester and graduated with a BEng (Hons) in 2004. Keen to broaden his horizons, he moved to Japan in 2005 and started teaching at an English language school near Tokyo. For 9 years he taught students of all ages and from all walks of life, building an in-depth knowledge of English. This expertise and his technical background make him an invaluable member of the QC team at Edanz, which he joined in August 2014.

Abeer Fadl

2012 - MA Political Science, The University of Windsor, Canada 2012 - MPP Public Policy, The University of Michigan, USA

Throughout her academic career, Abeer focused on politics, policy making and international relations, with a particular interest in writing, history and languages. Soon after completing her Master of Public Policy degree at the University of Michigan in 2012, Abeer moved to a rural town in Hiroshima Prefecture to teach English and to realize her goals of traveling Japan and immersing herself in a new language and culture. In spring 2015, ready to experience city life in Japan, Abeer moved to Fukuoka and joined Edanz, where she continues to apply her language skills and experience as part of the Quality Control Editing team.

Chris Norman

2005 - BA Japanese Studies, University of Sheffield, UK

Born and raised in the UK, Chris graduated with a BA in Japanese Studies from the University of Sheffield. As part of his studies, he spent a year at Meiji University, Japan. After graduating, he worked for five years as a Japanese-English translator and interpreter, giving him insight into the difficulties encountered by non-native authors. He brings these valuable language skills to his role in Edanz where he began working as a copy editor in 2010. Chris is fluent in Japanese.

Luke Kenyon

2002 - BA (Hons) English and Creative Writing, University of Bolton, UK

Luke graduated with a BA (Hons) in English and Creative Writing from the University of Bolton in 2002. He moved to Japan in 2004, and spent 9 years teaching a wide range of focused English curricula to non-native speakers, awakening an interest in copy editing and the STM industry. Luke joined Edanz in December 2013, where he applies his knowledge of the writing process, his love of language and his attention to detail as a valued member of the Quality Control Editing Team.

Julia Schumann-Mudrick

2013 - MSc Ethnobotany, University of Kent, UK

Julia moved to rural Mie Prefecture, Japan in 2012 to conduct fieldwork for her master’s thesis on local volunteer forestry workers’ use of non-timber forest plants. After graduating from the University of Kent with a degree in Ethnobotany (an interdisciplinary field combining botany and anthropology), she decided to stay in Mie Prefecture and spent the following two years helping to teach academic writing and presentation skills at the university level. Julia brings several years of experience as a volunteer editor and translator to the Edanz Quality Control Team, which she joined in August 2015.

Lilly Gray

2012 - BA Communication Studies, Hollins University, USA

Lilly earned her BA in Communication Studies from Hollins University in 2012. Her focus at school was ideological and cultural criticism, culminating in an honors thesis analyzing conflict representation in a national museum. After graduating, she moved to Toyama, Japan, where she spent three years teaching English at a rural high school. Along with facing the everyday challenges of foreign language instruction, she wrote various articles for regional and online publications. In 2015, she moved to Fukuoka to join the Quality Control team at Edanz.


Sales Team

Junya Inoue
Senior Manager, Institutional Sales

Clara Shin
Business Development Manager

Customer Service Team

Ms Muta
Team Leader

Ms Suenaga

Ms Natsuwaki

Ms Maeda

Ms Yonekura

Ms Fujiki

Ms Kawamoto

Ms Irikita

Ms Mizoguchi

Ms Nogami

Mr Lertprapotekul

Ms Deomede

IT Staff

April Gutierrez
Software Process and Quality Manager

Ye Xing
Senior Network Administrator

Dave Lyons
Data Architect

Wei Liang
Software Developer

Zhang Guangtong
Network Assistant

Sophie Wang
Junior Drupal Developer

Liu Xiaojing
Junior Drupal Developer

Yumie Fujii
Software Tester

Product Team

Ms Hirai
Systems and Services Project Coordinator

Jeff Jones
UI/UX Designer

Marketing Team

Sam Kinred
Global Marketing Manager

Ms Shimogami
Junior Marketing Associate



Our policies and practices 

As an associate member of COPE, Edanz supports the current industry standards in publication and research ethics. We practice this commitment through transparent and ethical services, as well as offering guidance to authors should an ethical issue arise with their manuscript.

You can read more about the Edanz ethics policies in the ethics section.

Yes, we can edit references, but only if you ask us to; it is not part of our normal editing service.

References will be edited for compliance with the correct format. Edanz editors will not rewrite the actual format between, for example, Harvard and Vancouver styles if the author has used the wrong one.

Reference management software makes this an easy job for the author. However, Edanz does not edit citations or references generated by reference management software such as EndNote or Mendeley because any changes would be overwritten if the citations or references are regenerated later.


Reference editing includes:

  • Correct spelling and punctuation as per target journal instructions
  • Adjust typography (e.g., bold, italics) as per target journal instructions
  • Correct spacing, replace Asian characters, correct Journal title style
  • Adjust number of author names in references as per journal requirements
  • Check that in-text reference style is correct

Reference editing does not include:

  • Change reference order from numerical to alphabetical or vice-versa
  • Research and insert author names when they are missing
  • Alphabetize references by author name
  • Check the existence, accuracy or validity of the citation

You can place an order by completing the online order form and uploading your file(s). If you experience difficulties completing the form, an email with your file(s) attached can be sent to global(at)edanzediting.com. If you need further guidance, call us at: +81 50 5532 3619

Figure files

If necessary for editing, or if they would be useful as a guide for the editor, please send us your figures. If they are large, consider sending us a low resolution version (we can only receive files up to 5MB). We can receive PDF, JPEG, PNG, GIF, and TIFF files.

The Edanz guarantee

The English language editing that Edanz’s expert editors do will improve the chances of your manuscript being accepted for publication. However, we cannot “edit” the research content of your manuscript: this is something for peer reviewers to comment on. Therefore, while we cannot make any guarantees regarding the publication of your research, we can guarantee that we will get your manuscript into the best possible condition for submission to a journal for peer review.

Price calculation

All prices are quoted in USD

English Editing: Per word $0.10

Minimum Fee $50.00


Journal Selection: Up to 4 journals $300.00

For each additional journal $60.00


Expert Scientific Review: Per report $400.00


Cover Letter Development: Per letter $50.00


Abstract Development: Per Abstract $300.00


Reviewer Recommendation: Up to 4 reviewers $300.00

For each additional reviewer $70.00


Response Letter Edit and Manuscript Check (Point-by-point)

Please contact us for a quote. 


Author-guided Rewriting

Please contact us for a quote. 


Additional Editing

Please contact us for a quote.

Privacy and security

Edanz follows a professional code of ethics and has instituted measures ensuring the confidentiality and security of the manuscripts and all documentation sent to us by our clients. All Edanz Editors, Staff and Directors sign Confidentiality agreements with Edanz.
Your personal information and manuscript data are never shared beyond your assigned editor and the in-house Edanz staff. Edanz secures its networks and communications with the latest encryption software and hardened operating systems. We employ the best tools available and our systems are monitored and audited to keep your data safe during every stage of its journey. For more information see our Security and Privacy Policy.

Payment can be made after we have completed your order and you have downloaded your files.

If you are paying by credit card or PayPal

  1. Add your services to your cart and click the checkout button.
  2. Complete all required fields.
  3. On the payment screen, choose ‘Pay with PayPal’. This lets us know how you will pay, but you will not be required to pay until we have completed your order.
  4. Next you will be prompted to upload your files and review your order.
  5. If all details are correct, choose 'Accept' and click 'Submit'.
  6. Our customer service team will review your files and contact you by email with an invoice and payment details. We accept payment at this stage. Alternatively, you may wait until we have completed your order to make payment.
  7. We will contact you by email when your files are ready for you to download.
  8. If you have not yet paid, please follow the instructions in this email to complete payment by Paypal.

If you are paying by bank transfer:

The following details enable you to make a direct transfer from any convenient bank. Please input your invoice number as the payment reference.

Our account details are:

Bank Name   Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Branch Name   Tenjincho Branch
Bank Code   717
Swift Code   SMBC JP JT
Account Number   0128326
Account Name   Edanz Group K.K.
Bank Address   2-7-21, Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka, Japan




Yes, Please follow the steps below to access printable invoices / receipts:

1. Log in to your Edanz account and navigate to 'My Account'.

2. Click on the 'Orders' tab to show your current and previous orders.

3. Click on the order you would like to recieve an invoice/receipt for.

4. A link to open a window with a printable invoice / receipt will be displayed near the top of the page.

We have three delivery speeds to meet your needs. You can choose from one of our delivery options during the checkout process.


Standard - 3 days

We will return manuscripts of ≤7,500 words within 3 business days.
For manuscripts over 7,500 words, we need an additional day for every additional 7,500 words.

If we receive your ≤7,500 word manuscript by 17:00 Japan Time, we will return it to you by 20:00 Japan Time 3 business days later.


Semi-Express - 2 days

We will return manuscripts of ≤7,500 words within 2 business days.
For manuscripts over 7,500 words, we need an additional day for every additional 7,500 words.

If we receive your ≤7,500 word manuscript by 14:00 Japan Time, we will return it to you by 18:00 Japan Time 2 business days later.

Fees: 25% more than standard fees.


Express - next day

We will return manuscripts of ≤7,500 words within 1 business day.
For manuscripts over 7,500 words, we need an additional day for every additional 7,500 words.

If we receive your ≤7,500 word manuscript by 14:00 Japan  Time, we will return it to you by 18:00 Japan Time the next business day.

Fees: 50% more than standard fees.

File types

For editing/rewriting, we accept all Microsoft Word formats, as well as Open Office and Latex. For figures, please send us PDF, TIFF, JPG/JPEG or PNG. We do not accept AI files.

Please keep each file under 5MB.

Publication Ethics

Edanz policies and practices

Good ethical awareness and practice is essential for everyone involved in academic research, manuscript production and publishing. The ethical standards set out by groups such as ICMJE, COPE, and EASE are the standards against which journals and your fellow researchers will hold your work. As an associate member of COPE, Edanz supports the current industry standards in publication and research ethics. We practice this commitment through transparent and ethical services, as well as offering guidance to authors should an ethical issue arise with their manuscript.

Edanz does not guarantee publication

Use of our services is neither a requirement for, nor a guarantee of, acceptance for publication in any journal.

What we do:

  • Participate in COPE activities as an associate member
  • Work with EASE to translate author guidelines into Japanese and Chinese
  • Conduct regular author workshops - of which publication ethics are a part
  • Maintain regular contact with our publisher partners about the latest issues and guidelines regarding publishing ethics
  • Advise authors on the appropriate course of action when an ethical issue arises with their manuscript
  • Advise on authorship and conflict of interest issues
  • Edit clinical manuscripts within the guidelines set out by CONSORT and/or STROBE, as appropriate
  • Ensure authors make all decisions regarding the content of their manuscripts

We will not:

  • Edit or rewrite plagiarised text
  • Knowingly facilitate any malpractice, including:
    • Inappropriate authorship
    • Undisclosed conflicts of interest
    • Duplicate publication
    • Concurrent submission to multiple journals
    • Data fabrication or manipulation


Our policies on plagiarism

Plagiarism is a major ethical offense in publishing and Edanz strives to ensure that all of our dealings with authors are ethically responsible and also to encourage and educate authors to be ethically responsible. Knowingly modifying plagiarized text still counts as plagiarism; therefore, Edanz has set out strict policies on any plagiarism found in a manuscript submitted to us.

  • If plagiarized text is found during editing, the text will be highlighted and left unedited. Authors will be advised about the issue and guidance offered if needed on how to resolve the situation.
  • Any text that has been directly copied and pasted from another source and submitted to us for rewriting/editing will be returned to the author without revision so that the author can replace it with original text prior to editing.
  • Articles or portions of articles that have previously been published cannot be rewritten or used without attribution. These will be returned to the author with guidance on proper publication and citation practice.

Please note, although we will identify any text to the author that has been found to be plagiarized, we do not screen for plagiarism. The final content of all manuscripts handled by Edanz is always the responsibility of the author.


Join the worldwide team of Edanz scientific experts: editors, writers, and reviewers

Edanz Group is always looking for talented and well-qualified freelance English language editors, medical writers, and scientific research consultants. Our editors are all native English speakers, while our medical writers are experienced in manuscript development, and our research consultants are knowledgeable about the academic journal publishing process. Interested in joining our team?


Working as a member of our freelance team can bring you more than just monetary rewards:

  • Flexibility

    You can work from anywhere in the world, choosing your own schedule that fits your lifestyle and availability. The only things necessary are a reliable internet connection and a computer.

  • Diversity

    As our clients are based around the world, from Japan and China to South America, the Middle East and Europe, you can expect to work on a diverse range of interesting and challenging tasks within your general subject area, experience fresh perspectives on ideas and methods, and further your understanding of new advances in your field coming from different regions.

  • Connection

    Your work can make a real difference by helping our authors overcome language barriers and achieve their publication goals. Publication in international journals and other arenas ensures their research is read by more people around the world and, in turn, fosters the global communication of ideas and contributes to the advancement of your academic field.

  • Professional development

    Working as a freelance expert for Edanz helps you become a better editor, writer, and reviewer in your field. From your first assignment you will receive helpful feedback and guidance from our dedicated Editorial team, who will quickly have you on your way to working efficiently and with the high level of quality Edanz assures its client authors.

What makes an Edanz Language Editor?

  • Native-English speaker
  • Experienced in editing for and/or submitting to SCI journals
  • Has passed a challenging editing test
  • Successful completion of the Edanz Editor Training Program, supplemented by ongoing, detailed feedback and training from our dedicated Editorial team

Language Editor with PhD

  • PhD in a specialized field
  • Verifiable publication record

Language Editor without PhD

  • 3+ years as a dedicated scientific editor, and/or
  • 3+ years scientific research experience, and/or
  • Certified scientific editor (e.g., BELS or University of Chicago, Graham School)

What makes an Edanz Medical Writer?

  • High level of understanding of clinical trials and associated literature
  • Excellent writing ability
  • Experienced and knowledgeable about manuscript/report development
  • Receives feedback and ongoing training from our dedicated Med Comms team
  • Prior experience in medical communications

What makes an Edanz Research Consultant?

  • High level of English proficiency
  • Experienced and knowledgeable about the academic journal publishing process
  • Passes a challenging skills test and an initial period of intensive feedback
  • Receives feedback and ongoing training from our dedicated Editorial team
  • PhD in a specialized field
  • Verifiable publication record

We are presently looking for experts in:

  • Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences
    • Animal Husbandry & Livestock
    • Fisheries Sciences
  • Earth Sciences
    • Geology
    • Geoinformatics
    • Hydrology
    • Petrology
    • Oceanography
    • Seismology
  • Economics
    • Applied Economics
    • Economic Theory
    • Finance
  • Education & Linguistics
  • Engineering
    • Biomedical Engineering
    • Civil & Structural Engineering
    • Electrical & Electronic Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
  • Information and Computing Sciences
    • Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing
    • Computer Sciences (hardware, software, networking)
  • Medical and Health Sciences
    • Carcinogenesis
    • Cardiorespiratory Medicine
    • Cardiology
    • Complementary & Alternative Medicine (including TCM)
    • Dentistry
    • Dermatology
    • Emergency Medicine
    • Epidemiology
    • Forensic Sciences
    • Gastroenterology
    • Human Movement & Sports/Exercise
    • Medical Imaging
    • Medical Technology
    • Nephrology
    • Neurosurgery
    • Nursing
    • Oncology
    • Ophthalmology
    • Optometry
    • Orthopedics
    • Pediatrics
    • Pulmonology
    • Reproductive Sciences & Fertility
    • Surgery
    • Tropical Medicine


Make it happen

Process for freelance editor applications

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Edanz is looking for a digital marketer to devise and execute digital marketing campaigns for the Japanese market.


Devise and execute digital marketing campaigns for Japanese market

Key responsibilities

  • Top level
    • Own (champion!) all digital marketing and communications delivery across web, email and social media channels
    • Devise digital marketing strategy to meet short-long term growth goals
    • Provide thought leadership on existing and emerging technologies and strategies
  • Execute campaigns
  • Control and monitor a suite of digital marketing reports and capabilities (including SEM, SEO, Chat, traffic)
  • Work closely with Sales, Marketing, Product and Customer service teams
  • Budget, cost control, ROI reporting

Ideal experience

  • Digital marketing experience in a relevant or related industry (especially academic)
  • Track record of integrating brand, marketing and communications strategies
  • Experience working with outsource service providers


  • Native Japanese and business level English
  • Will consider non-native Japanese if experienced
  • Self-starter and team player

Key metrics:

  • Site traffic and sources
  • New clients
  • Sales by channel
  • Conversion rates
  • Segment and channel ROI


  • Ideally Fukuoka-based, or home-based in Japan (with regular Fukuoka office time)


Please send a CV and covering letter to:

Chitose Fujihara
Manager, Human Resources and General Affairs
Edanz Group Japan


Edanz is looking for a person for sales and business development for our medical communications business.


Sales and business development for medcomms business, targeting clients in the pharma, agency, CRO, KOL and consumer products industries

Key responsibilities

  • Sales & business development (especially new sales channel development)
  • Pitch and proposal development
  • Client relationship management
  • Contribute to service development
  • Contribute to digital & print marketing campaign development and execution
  • Client segmentation and reporting

Ideal experience

  • Pharma sales at an agency


  • Medical literacy
  • Native Japanese and business level English
  • Self-starter and team player

Key metrics

  • Sales
  • New clients


  • Tokyo-based (or home-based in Tokyo area)
  • Frequent domestic travel, especially within Tokyo


Please send a CV and covering letter to:

Chitose Fujihara
Manager, Human Resources and General Affairs
Edanz Group Japan

Are you a publisher who wants to give your authors English Language support?

Edanz are happy to provide custom solutions for publishers and their authorship. Contact us to discuss your requirements with our expert team and find the right solution for you.