Michele G Sullivan has been an award-winning journalist for more than 30 years. She specializes in medical and science writing.
A journalist of more than 30 years’ experience, with 17 years of medical and science reporting – and a social warrior dedicated to building health through programs targeting nutrition, water, and healthcare. As a reporter, I am expert in analyzing clinical data and turning complex analyses into accurate, engaging language. My writing can be tailored to academic, professional, or lay audiences, bolstered with independent voices that add context and color. During the past 17 years, I have written more than 3,500 articles based on academic meeting coverage, medical journal articles, practice management and national policy. I specialize in long-form feature writing and in-depth research analyses. I am a nationally recognized Alzheimer’s disease reporter and have established contacts with a number of prestigious AD researchers. I also founded the “Journey” series at Frontline Medical Communications. The prototype, “Journey of a Thousand Steps,” examined multiple facets of AD. This led to the creation of more than a dozen other “Journey” products. Combined, they generate an annual gross income of about $500,000 for Frontline. I am a sensitive and meticulous editor as well, with the direct knowledge to shape a story into a product that delivers accurate information in an engaging manner. Proficient in AP and Chicago styles. Presently, I am working on a multimedia cultural and humanitarian project in remote Muslim Mindanao (Yakan Plantation Project). However, the project is on indefinite hold due to COVID. Check out a small portion of my work in the last 17 years. Letters of recommendation available.
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