Lin Life Science

Ellie Lin

Ellie Lin

Ellie Lin is a versatile medical writer and editor with a talent for clarifying complex subjects. She uses superior English language skills and a background in the life sciences to serve clients on a variety of projects.

  • manuscripts
  • presentations
  • reports
  • educational materials

 

 
I have worked with Ellie on a paper and a major resarch grant proposal. Ellie did excellent work and was very professional. She also wrote helpful comments and her advice on the submission guidelines was precise. I was very pleased with the results. I recommend to other researchers to work with Ellie.
— Rajib Mallick, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
I am very impressed with Ellie’s thorough editing and the quality of her work. Specifically, her background in environmental science allows her to understand general scientific concept of my research and provide comments about logic flow from a native English speaker’s perspective. I got help from her more than just English editing. I will for sure work with her again in the future and strongly recommend her to all STEM researchers.
— Y. C. Ethan Yang, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Ellie is a wonderful scientific editor who coached me to improve my writing skills. I have learned many lessons about scientific writing, and I recommend Ellie to all of my friends. Something that impressed me a lot was Ellie’s motivation and effort to learn about different scientific topics. She constantly attends scientific presentations and events and therefore she is very knowledgeable about different areas in science and engineering. She always spends time to make sure that she understands the basics of your research before she offers editing on your paper.
— Elaheh Kamaloo, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Ellie’s changes to my biology education manuscript really helped get my message across to the reader more clearly. I enjoyed working with her and recommend her to anyone interested in working with an editor.
— Ally Hunter, University of Massachusetts Amherst