Hi, I’m JingXin! I earned my Ph.D. in chemistry in 2018 and did a brief postdoc before entering into chemical industry. I realized how much I loved academic science and am currently in a second postdoc. As such, I bring experience from different scientific fields.
I have always loved writing, words, and the storytelling process. A story is only as engaging as it can be effectively communicated (e.g., a well-structured talk). I’m excited to be a part of the BSC team where I get to help shape narratives to share exciting science and discoveries. Some of my favorite editing projects involve restructuring texts to turn a good story into a GREAT story and elevating the aesthetics of figures (because a picture speaks 1,000 words).
When I’m not working on science, I love photography, running in the rain, cooking (especially spaghetti!), and making noise on my acoustic guitar.
Hi, I’m Hanna. I have a Bachelor’s degree in hospitality management and have a background in the hotel and event industry.
I enjoy being in contact with clients, planning, coordinating and organizing. So I do my best to find with you the optimal solution that corresponds to your needs. When I’m not working, I like to travel and discover new cultures, test new recipes and train for my next sporting challenge: the marathon.
I look forward to exchanging with you.
Hi! I’m Kaycie! I earned my Ph.D. in chemistry at Caltech in 2014, and did my postdoc in chemical biology at EPFL. After so many years in academia, I realized how little scientists were taught about how to write effective manuscripts – and how much we struggled because of it. I founded ButlerSciComm to fix this issue and to help scientists get their manuscripts published.
As a scientist, I wanted to spend my time doing great science and not stressing about writing and being heard. Unfortunately, that was something I struggled enormously with during my time in lab. To fix this, and to combine my passion for science communication with human psychology, I studied the people who could communicate to learn what they did and how they did it. To learn more about me and my vision for ButlerSciComm, GO HERE!