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Kit Bartlett

Science Writer

Works remotely from Tywyn

  • 52.585865
  • -4.094066
  • Suggested rate £300 / day
  • Experience 2-7 years
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Location and workplace preferences

Tywyn, Wales, United Kingdom
Remote only
Primarily works remotely


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  • English

    Native or bilingual


Skills (14)

Kit in a few words

I have first class honours Bachelor's and Masters degrees in pharmacology. I have experience during my degree of conducting my own research, writing academic papers and presenting work to academics. Beyond my degrees, I have experience in project management and facilitation, including researching and writing press releases, technical documents and business plans for a wide variety of projects across life sciences. I enjoy reading around a subject, identifying and critiquing the key sources, and bringing these together to provide useful insights.
I have a client-forward approach, preferring to first have a detailed conversation about goals and expectations, before creating a plan that I can share with the client to ensure we are all happy and on the same page before the main work begins.
I enjoy working on a diverse array of projects and have experience with a large variety of topics across life sciences. I have some experience working on the life science/physical science interface. My primary expertise are in microbiology and antimicrobial resistance, however, I appreicate variety and the opportunity to learn about new things!