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USD 70 /hr
Hire Dr. Laura Moro-Martin
USD 70 /hr

Experienced science-medical writer and scientific consultant with a solid background in health and biomedical research

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Work Experience

Freelance scientific editor

Creaducate Enterprises

January 2019 - Present

Freelance project manager


January 2019 - Present

Co-founder & COO

Ai Scope

January 2018 - Present

Freelance writer for BioWorld Science and Drugs of the Future

Clarivate Analytics -former Thomson Reuters-

May 2015 - Present

Scientific consultant for systematic review

European Food Safety Authority

October 2018 - December 2018

Curriculum developer

IberoAmerican University Foundation

June 2018 - December 2018

Marie Curie postdoctoral researcher

Biosensor Srl

June 2015 - November 2017

PhD fellow

Barcelona Institute for Global Health

August 2011 - November 2014

PhD fellow, EMBO short-term fellowship

University of Jena

March 2014 - May 2014

MSc student

Pompeu Fabra Universit, Proteomics and Protein Chemistry Unit

September 2010 - June 2011

Research fellow

Cancer Research Centre

September 2008 - June 2009

Research fellow

National Centre for Biotechnology (Salamanca, Spain)

June 2008 - September 2008

Research fellow

National Centre for Biotechnology (Madrid, Spain)

June 2008 - September 2008


Master in Science Communication and Journalism


December 2017 - Present

PhD in Medicine. Epidemiology, Public and International Health line

University of Barcelona

December 2010 - November 2014

MSc in Biomedical Research

Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona (Spain)

September 2009 - June 2010

BSc in Biotechnology

University of Salamanca (Spain)

September 2004 - June 2009

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Moro, L.(2018). Phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase δ (PI3Kδ) inhibitor Hematological cancer therapy . Drugs of the Future. 43. (2). p. 109-119.
Moro, L., Pezzotti, G., Turemis, M., Sanchís, J., Farré, M., Denaro, R., Giacobbe, M.G., Crisafi, F., Giardi, M.T.(2018). Fast pesticide pre-screening in marine environment using a green microalgae-based optical bioassay . Marine Pollution Bulletin. 129. (1). p. 212-221.
Moro, L., Turemis, M., Marini, B., Ippodrino, R., Giardi, M.T.(2017). Better together: Strategies based on magnetic particles and quantum dots for improved biosensing . Biotechnology Advances. 35. (1). p. 51-63.
Foster, B.P., Balassa, T., Benen, T.D., Dominovic, M., Elmadjian, G.K., Florova, V., Fransolet, M.D., Kestlerova, A., Kmiecik, G., Kostadinova, I.A., et al.(2016). Extracellular vesicles in blood, milk and body fluids of the female and male urogenital tract and with special regard to reproduction . Critical Reviews in Clinical Laboratory Sciences. 53. (6). p. 379-395.
Moro, L., Bardají, A., Macete, E., Barrios, D., Morales-Prieto, D.M., España, C., Mandomando, I., Sigaúque, B., Dobaño, C., Markert, U.R., et al.(2016). Placental microparticles and MicroRNAs in pregnant women with Plasmodium falciparum or HIV infection . PLoS ONE. 11. (1).
Moro, L., Bardají, A., Nhampossa, T., Mandomando, I., Serra-Casas, E., Sigaúque, B., Cisteró, P., Chauhan, V.S., Chitnis, C.E., Ordi, J., et al.(2015). Malaria and HIV infection in mozambican pregnant women are associated with reduced transfer of antimalarial antibodies to their newborns . Journal of Infectious Diseases. 211. (6). p. 1004-1014.
Mayor, A., Moro, L., Aguilar, R., Bardají, A., Cisteró, P., Serra-Casas, E., Sigaúque, B., Alonso, P.L., Ordi, J., Menéndez, C.(2012). How hidden can malaria be in pregnant women? diagnosis by microscopy, placental histology, polymerase chain reaction and detection of histidine-rich protein 2 in plasma . Clinical Infectious Diseases. 54. (11). p. 1561-1568.