Julia Schumann-Mudrick

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.

2013 - MSc Ethnobotany, University of Kent, UK
Quality Control Editing Team