Nobody likes to work alone.
Here are the people I work with from time to time:

Mag. Ulrike Posch
First class microbiology degree at the University of Innsbruck with a special focus on biochemistry and immunology. Several months project work at the Institute for Medical Chemistry and Biochemistry, as well as a two-year scientific assignment at the Institute for Hygiene and Social Medicine at the University of Innsbruck, provided me with a thorough understanding of analytical processes, method development, cell culture techniques and BSL-3-HIV-laboratory. It also provided me with a thorough training in scientific work processes and science writing. 2002 Graduation with honors. Professional experience within the pharmaceutical industry included GLP/GMP for pharmaceutical product development, as well as customer support as a product specialist for the pharmaceutical sales force. Freelancing scientific writer since 2008. Relevant further training at CfPIE (Berlin) and KKS (University of Innsbruck), amongst others, have further solidified the writing expertise already gained by working as a professional science writer within a multitude of different scientific and medical areas.

Dr. Benjamin Hemmens
From Ireland, degree in Biochemistry in Dublin. PhD in biochemistry from Dundee, Scotland. Postdocs in Munich and Graz. Worked on enzymology of Nitric Oxide Synthase. Worked as English trainer 2000-2002, and has now worked as a self-employed translator, writer, editor and English coach since 2002.

Dr. Gerhard Krumschnabel
Gerhard Krumschnabel is a biologist with more than 25 years of experience in scientific research in such diverse fields as comparative physiology, cell biology, and cancer research. In the course of his science career, which led him to laboratories all over the world, he authored and co-authored around 70 publications in peer-reviewed journals. After moving from university to the private sector he continues to work as a scientist and author whose activities include drafting of grant proposals, application notes, manuals and scientific publications in international journals.

Dr. Nina Schiestl
Studied medicine and graduated Dr. med. univ. in Graz. Project manager for development projects and clinical trials at Nycomed Pharma, later at Schering AG. Joined clinical development division of Baxter AG in 1999 and spent the last 5 years there as Medical Director. From 2009, clinical consultant with emphasis on compilation of clinical development documentation (trial records, documentation for submissions, etc.) and development strategies.

Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Margit Hemetsberger, BA
Studied chemistry at the Vienna University of Technology, Austria, the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Montpellier, France, and Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. Trainer certificate from the University of Graz, Austria. Has a diverse job history on a national and international headquarter level in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries, as well as the public health sector. Since 2009 consultant for medical communications and publication planning, medical and educational writing, and scientific training. Working languages: German and English; can translate from English, French and Spanish into German.