Scientific Publishing and Content Development Services

BrainWave’s Scientific & Medical content publishing services have a team of highly resourceful professionals who provide significant value added services to the Clients. We create unique publication articles, content for healthcare websites, health-related magazines or news articles.

We provide clear, precise presentation and good organization of the medical research results to maximize the accuracy and enhance the scientific publication. From simple proofreading and basic editing to professional scientific documentation, we manage everything. Our extensive documentation process includes checking on the spelling, grammar, punctuation, verb tense consistency, noun-verb agreement, and consistency in formatting.

Our Scientific & Medical content publishing services includes documentation support for Book Chapters, Dissertations, Proposals, Presentations, Scientific Editing, Book Indexing, Journal Submission, Overlapping Text Detection, and Publisher Copyediting.

Engulfing a wide category, our Scientific & Medical content publishing services can be broadly classified as

Medical Journalism
  • Articles, Blogs, and Content for Healthcare Magazine, Newspaper, e-health, and Website

Medical Education Content
  • Copyediting of Medical textbooks, Physician’s reference books, and Science books
  • Content development of Continued Medical Education (CME) and Healthcare e-Learning Modules

Medico-marketing Literatures
  • Promotional literature, Product Monographs, Brochures, and Handouts
  • Training Manuals, e-Learning Modules and Content for Healthcare Websites

Publications & Presentations
  • Abstracts, Manuscripts, Case Reports, Journal articles, Research articles, and Review Articles
  • Posters & Presentations for Scientific Meetings and Conferences
  • New Drug Applications/Marketing Authorization Applications

Research Documentation & Regulatory Documentation
  • Research Proposals, Clinical Trial Protocols, Investigators' Brochure, and Informed Consent Documents
  • Clinical Research Documentation from Phase I through Phase IV
  • Clinical study reports, Subject Narratives, Web Synopses, and Patient Information Leaflets