Amy Stone Scientific and Medical Communications, Inc.
WHAT I DO
I am a science and medical communicator with decades of experience across a variety of media for a variety of clients. I've won awards for my work in journalism, science writing, corporate communications, radio programming, and development, not because the products looked good (but they do because I work with wonderful designers), but because they met their goals - including helping people learn something about health and science.
WHAT I'VE DONE
I have been a clerk/reporter for a major metropolitan daily newspaper, a lab tech and a manager of a cancer research lab, a senior medical writer for a major research university, a director of scientific and medical communication for a national non-profit organization, and an owner of a small business, Amy Stone Scientific and Medical Communications, Inc.
Through my company, I work around the globe, crafting communications plans, programs, and products that enable organizations to achieve their goals through strategic and evidence-based communications. I also mentor and speak on communicating to various audiences. My clients include national and international non-profit organizations, government centers, major universities, and various media outlets.
Please explore some of my recent projects.
We created this social media toolkit for the SelfMade Health Network.
I worked on content management and messaging for CDC's Covid-19 response.
I was one of the writers on this bi-annual report.
This is an example of our scriptwriting in a short video for CDC's Division of Tuberculosis Prevention.
This series of posters was created for docent-led lab tours for CDC's National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention. I created the content (but did not do the designs).
Details of Lab Posters for CDC's Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention.
This report covers a symposium on mitochondrial medicine. Client: The Foundation for Mitochondrial Medicine.
I mentor and give presentations to scientific audiences and students to hone their communication and science writing skills. For example, I gave the keynote address at the Young Investigators Forum in Neuro-Oncology in July 2019.
This interactive HIV/AIDS Timeline shows CDC's contributions to the discovery, medical management, and knowledge of HIV.
We created this toolkit for state health departments to report on and communicate about harmful algal blooms. Client: CDC's Division of Foodborne, Waterborne, and Environmental Diseases.
Vital Signs is a suite of materials on one topic. I managed the creation of the fact sheet, videos, outreach, and was an author on the accompanying MMWR.
This white paper is on the state of the science of mitochondrial dysfunction. It was used whole, and in part, for patients, families, and donors.
We updated the content and edited this infographic.
My team manages the social media for SelfMade Health Network.
We wrote this summary of NCHHSTP's laboratories.
Fact sheets: We create fact sheets for SelfMade Health Network.
We provided content and direction for this informational piece.
I was one of the writers for CDC's After Report on Hurricane Katrina.