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Sarah is currently a project manager at the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB). Her projects focus on improving the online presentation of scientific information in the society's scholarly journals, the Journal of Biological Chemistry, the Journal of Lipid Research and Molecular & Cellular Proteomics.

Sarah started her work at ASBMB as an intern responsible for news briefs, press releases, podcasting and web maintenance. After she was hired on as a permanent employee, her role was expanded to include development of the journal websites in conjunction with vendors and journal staff. Her many projects at the journals include the addition of 3-D protein structures into PDFs, including non-Latin characters in author names and managing the migration of the journals to a new platform at our host site.

Sarah graduated with a master's degree in journalism from Michigan State University in May 2008 with the Outstanding Master's Student Award.

She entered the program with a strong science background and experience in health news publishing.

In the program, she focused on environmental, health and science writing for magazines, Web sites and broadcast. In addition, she picked up multimedia skills such as web design, photography, radio and video production.

Since 2001, Sarah has been an editorial researcher for Healthnotes Newswire, a weekly alternative health newswire written by medical and naturopathic doctors. In this position she is responsible for seeking out the latest scientific research in the major journals, newspapers and specialty publications.

Sarah Crespi has worked in science and writing for over ten years.



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