Jeanie Woodruff has been a scientific editor for more than 16 years. She focuses primarily on grammar, English language (for non-native English speakers), logic and flow, rhetorical syntax, and consistency. She learned the craft of scientific editing at MD Anderson Cancer Center, where she managed the publications for a research department focused on symptom expression in patients with cancer. She has provided English-language editing to scientist-researchers from China, Korea, Japan, Brazil, Chile, Russia, France, the Philippines, and India. Jeanie is certified by the Board of Editors in the Life Sciences and is a member of the American Medical Writers Association.See Publications
Texas Heart Institute Positions
- Senior Scientific Medical Editor/Writer, Scientific Publications & Grants
University of Houston - Clear Lake
- Board Certified Editor in the Life Sciences
Honors, Awards and Memberships
- American Medical Writers Association
Mechanical or Bioprosthetic: Mitral Valve Choice is a Critical Decision
When someone needs a new mitral valve, they have an important decision to make: whether to opt for a mechanical...
Artificial Intelligence for Medicine: Can the Seemingly Impersonal Become Quite Personal Indeed?
In a recently published article in the Annals of Thoracic Surgery, clinical investigators from The Texas Heart Institute and Baylor...
Valve-in-Valve Aortic Repair: The Art of the Possible
Just like a person’s own aortic valve, bioprosthetic replacement valves can become calcified or stenotic (narrowed) over time, which can...