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Meet some of the Edanz team that will manage your projects:
Daniel McGowan, PhD, CMPP
Chief Science Officer
Daniel has a research background in molecular biology (Auckland University, Cambridge University, Babraham Institute) where he specialized in Huntington's disease. Following a successful research career, he was on the editorial team of Nature Reviews Neuroscience. He has been Edanz Science Director since 2008, and chairs the Edanz Science Advisory Committee.
James Graham Phd CMPP
James holds a PhD in Biochemistry and has a research background in prions and Parkinson's disease (The Roslin Institute and DZNE Bonn). As Edanz' Science Director, he oversees our team to help researchers develop innovative ideas and plan, design, run, and execute both clinical and non-clinical studies. In addition, James is a certified medical publications professional with substantial experience in the peer-review process.
Ayli Chong, ELS, CMPP
Researcher Services Manager
Ayli is a graduate of The University of Sydney, trained in assessing and treating individuals with impairments in hearing, speech, language, voice, and swallowing. She boasts over 10 years of experience in scientific communication and publishing and is a certified medical publications professional. Ayli is the Researcher Services Manager at Edanz, overseeing a portfolio of services and customized projects aimed at extending the reach of researchers' results in the fast-changing scientific communication landscape.
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