Robert E. Bjork, Ph.D., is Foundation Professor of English and Director of the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS) at Arizona State University. Since 1990, he's been a core faculty member of the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program in the Department of Medicine at UCLA, where he has taught an annual course on medical writing since 1980. It is the longest running course in the subject in the United States.
Writing for Biomedical Journalsby Robert E. Bjork
Initially available only in Japanese as Jitsurei ni yoru igaku Eigo ronbun no kakikata: bunsho kosei no pointo (Tokyo: Mejikaru Byusha, 1987), this book has sold some 15,000 copies to date. It is here presented for the first time in its original English version. The book is designed to help physicians and biomedical researchers and students meet the problems inherent in the five different sections of the biomedical paper and solve those problems quickly and economically. Writing for Biomedical Journals will help you strengthen your writing and editing skills and turn those skills into a more dependable, flexible part of your "research armamentarium" whether you work in the biomedical sciences or just about any other field.
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