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USD 80 /hr
Hire Dr. Kimberly Bjugstad
United States
USD 80 /hr

Medical Science Writer: 20+ years of neuroscience research experience (and a proclivity for statistics)

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Scientific writing Grant proposal, Journal article, Regulatory documents, Clinical trial documents
Data science & analysis Statistical analysis
Academic research Secondary data compilation, Literature search
Work Experience

Contract Science Writer


November 2017 - Present

Scientific Affairs

Aytu BioScience

January 2015 - December 2016

Assistant Professor

University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

2006 - 2014


University of Colorado Health Science Center

2002 - 2004


PhD (Psychology)

University of South Florida

September 1995 - December 1998

MS (Psychology)

University of South Florida

August 1993 - June 1995

BS (Psychology)

Colorado State University

August 1988 - June 1992

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Bjugstad KB, Lampe K, Kern DS, Mahoney M(2010). Biocompatibility of poly(ethylene glycol)-based hydrogels in the brain: an analysis of the glial response across space and time . Journal of biomedical materials research. Part A.
Elsworth JD, Redmond DE, Leranth C, Bjugstad KB, Sladek JR, Collier TJ, Foti SB, Samulski RJ, Vives KP, Roth RH(2008). AAV2-mediated gene transfer of GDNF to the striatum of MPTP monkeys enhances the survival and outgrowth of co-implanted fetal dopamine neurons . Experimental neurology.
(2007). Behavioral improvement in a primate Parkinson's model is associated with multiple homeostatic effects of human neural stem cells . Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.