20% discount on IMFAR poster editing and talk consultations!

IMFAR, the International Meeting for Autism Research, is starting in just two weeks! If you are like most scientists, you probably haven’t printed off your poster or created your talk yet. In fact, I hear tell that some people (I’m sure not you!) don’t even start making them until the day before they leave for a conference. Well, fear not. There is still plenty of time for Science Refinery to help AND I’m offering a 20% discount on all IMFAR projects booked now through Monday, 5/12.

As described on the types of editing page, if you choose developmental editing, I can help you right from the beginning of the process by designing the whole poster for you. Other options include substantive editing (where I work on your draft to make each sentence as effective as possible and improve word choice) and basic editing (where I work on your almost-final draft to do a spot check and make sure there are no errors). If you’re giving a talk instead of or in addition to participating in a poster session, I can also help you improve your presentation (as noted on the range of projects I work on page). So contact me today to see how we could best work together and get you that 20% discount!

This year’s IMFAR is in Atlanta, GA. It doesn’t seem possible that it’s been two years since I attended the 2012 IMFAR in Toronto! I presented two posters. You can see them below and read the accompanying handouts here: #1, #2. I also wrote my first blog post ever about the experience. Crazy. If you are going to IMFAR this year, I’d love to hear about it!

Prenatal influences on Autism Spectrum Disorders: Negative evidence from a twin study

Prenatal influences on Autism Spectrum Disorders: Negative evidence from a twin study

Short Sensory Profile (SSP) in families with at least one autistic twin

Short Sensory Profile (SSP) in families with at least one autistic twin

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