Science Writing

Science Writing

Are you a science graduate student, postdoc or junior faculty interested in science writing?
Do you want to tell engaging stories about discoveries in science and medicine to a broad audience?
This is for you….

For more information email instructor Dr. Czerne Reid:

Postdoc Editors Association


The UF Office of Postdoctoral Affairs is pleased to announce the creation of the UF Postdoctoral Editors Association (UF-PEA), a service to help postdocs who seek to improve English grammar and writing style.  The UF-PEA is comprised of postdoc volunteers from multiple colleges across the University who will offer preliminary review of manuscripts, grant applications, posters, slides and other scholarly presentations.  While this service will be most useful to postdocs who speak English as a second language, the service is free and open to all postdocs at UF.  Our editors will provide feedback on structure and style of writing, but refrain from commenting on scholarship which is best honed by interactions between the postdoc and their mentor.  UF-PEA will facilitate higher level postdoc-mentor interactions by reducing time spent on basic writing needs.

Find out more or submit a document for review at our website!

Do you love telling stories about new discoveries in science and health?

Do you see ideas for interesting stories all around you?

Is your favorite part of Science and Nature the science news articles?

If any or all of the above apply, then science writing could be a viable career option for you!

The Science Writing Career Interest Team is here to help you explore the possibilities.

This career interest team provides a venue for graduate students and postdocs to learn more about science writing as a career, engage in relevant activities, and gain valuable experience.  Activities are being planned now.  If you are interested in being a part of this team from the start and attending an organizational meeting, please contact Dr. Czerne Reid.

In the meantime, please see below for a list of resources and opportunities.


Science Writing Organizations

Science Writing Websites and Blogs

Science Writing Books

Science Writing Fellowship Opportunities

Science Writing Jobs Links (some sites may require association membership)


Virtual Career Development Seminar

October 1, 2020 – 4:00 pm

The Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences is hosting a special virtual Career Development Seminar on October 1st.  Our speaker, Dr. Ashley Bohn is a Medical Writer at E-Squared Communications. Please join us for her seminar titled “Careers in Medical Writing”! The seminar will take place at 4 pm through Zoom.

Meeting Link: <>

Zoom Meeting ID: 944 7556 1112 (Passcode: 788645)


Dr. Bohn received her PhD in 2017 from Georgia State University in Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry. She has a varied background in immunological molecular biology research, healthcare and public health policy, teaching, medical and scientific writing, and veterinary nursing/ consultative sales. She has worked with major pharmaceutical companies (Merck and Eli Lilly) to create presentation slides and develop manuscript. She has also been involved in project management,  working with cross-functional and cross-cultural teams on site to develop solutions in real time to maximize clinical results. In 2018, Dr. Bohn received the Emerging Leader of the Year Award from Georgia Bio!

If you are interested in a post-seminar, virtual happy hour with Dr. Bohn, please contact Mai (<>) and/or Sid (<>).