Her specialties include scientific and technical writing and editing, particularly in the areas of biomedical research and applied biochemistry. She also has extensive experience in psychology research and general scientific data presentations and proposals. She is efficient in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and SPSS. She is proficient in the following citation formats: APA, MLA, AMA, and Chicago.
Her interests for writing projects include but are not limited to: Social blogging, editorial columns, media newsletters, historical analysis, literary criticism, reviews, and short stories.
She currently attends the University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler's Department of Biomedical Sciences graduate program in Biotechnology. She is a second year student and currently conducts cutting edge thesis research in the area of breast cancer. This program is highly focused on research application and scientific writing.
She graduated from the Stephen F. Austin University Honor's College as a University Scholar. She received two Bachelor of Science degrees simultaneously in Biology and Chemistry respectively, and minored in Chemistry. Further, she worked in three separate undergraduate research laboratories in addition to her honor school special project contracts.
In addition to data reports and laboratory reports, she also has experience with laboratory notebook maintenance, protocol writing, technical book chapter writing, power point presentations, cost-benefit analyses reports, speculative essay, and manuscript writing/editing. The sampled work is a final laboratory report for a protein modeling and docking experiment.
The sampled work is an excerpt from Kori's Master's Thesis proposal. She had to present this information in manuscript form, and after approval, present the proposal to her thesis board and the entire institution medical research staff.