We work at any and all levels of science to produce the best possible product…

Tn Consulting is all about science. Our primary mission is to assist our clients with their scientific endeavors. All Tn consultants have advanced degrees (Ph.D. or M.D.) in a biological, biomedical, or engineering field, and are selected based on their competencies and professionalism. All possess strong communication and mentoring skills, and have been well vetted.

Writing

Our technical writers are widely versed in all areas of science, with a particular focus on the life sciences. We will work with you at any point in the writing or publication process to fulfill your specific needs.

Reviewing

We draw upon our experience in the federal funding arena to provide compliance and perspective reviewing of complete or near-complete grant applications.

Editing

We edit all written material, including grant applications, manuscripts, grant or manuscript re-submissions, correspondence, reviews or book chapters, and theses/dissertations.


 

Writing Samples

Dr. Alixanna Norris
Smad4-TGF-b Pathways in Pancreatic Cancer: Translational Implications
Oncogene: AGR2 is a SMAD4-suppressible gene that modulates MUC1
Dr. Sirid Kellerman
Neuroscience: A Novel Top-down Strategy For Addressing Autonomic Imbalances
The Journal of Immunology: The Peyer’s Patch Microenvironment Suppresses T Cell Responses to Chemokines and Other Stimuli
Dr. Katrina Bogan
Cell: Nicotinamide Riboside Promotes Sir2 Silencing and Extends Lifespan via Nrk and Urh1/Pnp1/Meu1 Pathways to NAD+
Dr. Neil McKenna
Science Signaling: Discovering relationships between nuclear receptor signaling pathways, genes, and tissues in Transcriptomine
Cell: Combinatorial Control Review of Gene Expression by Nuclear Receptors and Coregulators
Mol Endocrinol: Molecular Endocrinology Articles in the Spotlight for October 2012
Dr. Larry Clifford
First-Order Statistics of Pulsed-Sinusoid Backscatter from Random Media: Basic Elements of an Exact Treatment
Ultrasound in Med. & Biol.: Non-Rayleigh First-Order Statistics of Ultrasonic Backscatter from Normal Myocardium