Hezi Tenenboim

Technical Writer, Writer

Scientist | Scientific writer | Editor

A veteran of the German academic system, I am a life scientist with a knack and passion for words. I am a doctor of biology hailing from Israel (mother tongue: English). Aside from my work at a top research institute near Berlin, I am a linguistic scholar and an avid fan of the written word.

The hundreds of articles, manuscripts, reviews, proposals, protocols and presentations that I've written and edited go far beyond my PhD field of plant biology. I published in Cell, Nature Structural and Molecular Biology, Trends in Plant Science and Molecular Plant, among others; but have written and edited documents in physics, medicine, biochemistry and material science, always to praise and full satisfaction.

I am comfortable to work with and eager to accommodate; I take instructions and deadlines seriously; and I always provide added value, treating each document as if my own career depended on it.

Looking forward to working with you!
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Max Planck Institute, Potsdam, Germany, PhD
Berlin, Germany|German, English, Hebrew

Published Content

Engineered Assimilation of Exogenous and Endogenous Formate in Escherichia coli
May, 30 2017
Species-wide genetic incompatibility analysis identifies immune genes as hot spots of deleterious epistasis.
Mapping the Arabidopsis Metabolic Landscape by Untargeted Metabolomics at Different Environmental Conditions.

My most recent research article. Although I'm not first author, I've written large portions of the article and edited all of it.

January, 8 2018
VMP1-deficient Chlamydomonas exhibits severely aberrant cell morphology and disrupted cytokinesis

This is a pure research article. Might be unusual for a writer's portfolio, but I've written it entirely on my own (the other authors performed experiments), and was praised by BMC Plant Biology's editor for the immaculate, lucid language.

May, 1 2014
Omic Relief for the Biotically Stressed: Metabolomics of Plant Biotic Interactions.

This is a review article commissioned by the renowned Trends in Plant Science. It was accepted for publication almost immediately, without any revision to speak of. It has been cited and downloaded hundreds of times.

September, 1 2016
Using lipidomics for expanding the knowledge on lipid metabolism in plants.
November, 1 2016
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