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As an experienced freelance medical writer and editor, I help academic and research institutions communicate their work to targeted audiences.
Science Without Silos
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DeLene Beeland

Science Without Silos

On March 1, 2020, I was named dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, after serving a year as interim dean. I had no

Bird food bytes
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DeLene Beeland

Bird Food Bytes

It all started with caterpillars. UNC biologist Allen Hurlbert has long been fascinated with small forest songbirds, many of which peck and gobble caterpillars seasonally.

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DeLene Beeland

A Merger of Land and Sea

Rivers flow from a continent’s heart into the vast oceans, pumping weathered bits of rock and clay onto broad beds of sediment that form our

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DeLene Beeland

Next-gen Antimicrobials

Drug-resistant bacteria are a metastasizing global menace. For the past seventy-five years, roughly since Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the GI Bill of Rights, society has

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DeLene Beeland

Malaria’s Spit Solution

When Rhoel Dinglasan, Ph.D., hears malaria researchers from the generation before him say that it’s impossible to eliminate the age-old mosquito-borne disease, he responds: “Let

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DeLene Beeland

Biothreat Specialist

A UF molecular biologist and bioengineer, Mike Norris, employs the tiny yet expansive microcosms of molecular biology and bioengineering to probe ecological questions of how

Return On Investment
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DeLene Beeland

Return on Investment

At least a month before Florida recorded its first case of COVID-19, the University of Florida’s Emerging Pathogens Institute had a diagnostic test ready for