Scientific editing

 The scientific editing service provides high-quality editing of manuscripts and grant applications, including:        

  • Text proofreading
  • Scientific critique
  • Help in design and conceptualization 

 

A little about the Faculty scientific editor, Dr. Sigal Lazar:        

  • PhD and post-doc graduate of the Faculty of Life Sciences.
  • Served as a lab manager in the Sackler Faculty of Medicine.
  • Experienced in both experimental research and scientific writing.
  • Proficient scientific writer, having taken a major part in the consolidation of several papers and grant applications.

 

Faculty members are welcome to contact Dr. Sigal Lazar at: sigal.lazar@gmail.com .

 

Feedback:

  • She read through and gave nice comments. She did it in a day  
     
  • Sigal has provided basic proof reading assistance. I was hoping for more.
     
  • She made numerous English corrections and provided helpful suggestions. It was highly professional.
     
  • The manuscript got better, but she changed things that I did not asked for.
     
  • Made it scientifically sound and organized, as well as nearly-perfectly written. Sigal is also great in brainstorming regarding the content of the grant.
     Very helpful in analyzing reviewer's critiques.
     
  • Sigal's English is better than mine and her corrections are extremely important in my case.
     
  • She is great. Excellent work and attitude!
     
  • Corrected minor mistakes in grammar and syntax. 
     
  • Sigal did a good job, cleaning and editing the text, some of her suggestions I accepted and some not.
     
  • I got the editing very fast (1 to 3 days only!) with correction for critical mistakes (and many improvement), which drastically improve my chances to get paper/grant accepted    
     
  • The estimated time for the work (its price) should be better. The estimate that I got was 5 hours and at the end it took 8 hours.
     
  • Sigal is working very rapid and super-efficient. Great cost-benefit ratio. She can handle even remote (biological) discipline successfully.
    She should be cloned!  
     
  • Sigal is smart and has an input beyond just proof reading and styling
     
  • Just keep her 
  •  It is very convenient as it is. I have used it several times. 

 

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