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BRYDIE THOMAS-MOORE

SCIENCE COMMUNICATIONS

Combining PhD-level expertise and graphic design training to create high-quality, engaging and accessible scientific communications.
WRITING  |  INFORMATION DESIGN  |  EDITING
 
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ABOUT

I’ve worked in science and medical communications on a freelance basis for over three years. Before moving into communications full time, I completed my PhD in life sciences—where I was developing targeted treatments for cancer and infections. I’ve worked across biotech and healthcare, positioning me well to create content for different audiences. I love digging into the literature, turning complex science topics into engaging, accessible and high-quality content backed up by thorough literature reviews and reliable sources. I work with charities, businesses, and academic clients to create written and visual content for technical and general audiences, including patients, researchers, and clinicians.

 

SERVICES

WRITING & EDITING

blogs | websites | newletters
abstracts | magazine articles 

slide decks | journal articles 
literature reviews | ebooks
Writing with Pen
Graphs

INFORMATION DESIGN

infographics | graphical abstracts
data visualisations | illustrations
posters

PORTFOLIO

WRITING & EDITING

 
 
 
LAY SUMMARY
LAY SUMMARY

'Computing hospital spread' in eLife magazine. Tracking SARS-CoV-2 transmission patterns in hospitals has become easier thanks to a new algorithm.

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LAY SUMMARY
LAY SUMMARY

'All together now' in eLife magazine. How do individual bacteria with different behaviors spatially organize themselves so they can travel as a tight-knit group?

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ARTICLE
ARTICLE

'Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease — smartphones could help improve patient outcomes' in npj Digital Medicine. We have developed a diagnostic test for acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease using cough-sound analysis and simple clinical features. Patients can use the test, unaided, on their smartphone. Obtaining a rapid and reliable diagnosis is key to improving clinical outcomes.

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BLOG POST
BLOG POST

'Stable gut, happy skin?' on RedoxBox website. The gut and skin share common features: both act as barriers to the outside world, protecting harmful substances from reaching the internal environment of the body; and both are lined with their own community of microbes (known as the microbiota)....Along with its microbiota, the inner workings of the gut can impact the skin. Here, we explore how the gut can influence skin health and disease.

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INFORMATION DESIGN

 

CONTACT

For enquiries and quotes, please get in touch using the contact form below.

Working hours:

Monday 8–6
Tuesday 8–6
Wednesday 8–6
Thursday 8–6
Friday 8–6

United Kingdom


 

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