Kristi Hatch, PhD
Kristi Hatch has extensive experience in editing scientific manuscripts for researchers based at academic and government institutions. At SEN, her work has spanned a wide range of disciplines.
Dr. Hatch has conducted scientific research in a broad range of fields and has published her findings in several peer-reviewed journals. As an undergraduate at Brigham Young University, she characterized uranium oxide X-ray mirrors; in addition, she performed materials science and biophysics research during internships at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center and the University of Rochester. Dr. Hatch conducted her PhD research on the response of single DNA molecules to applied mechanical forces.
- BS in Physics from Brigham Young University
- PhD in Physics from Harvard University
- Senior Science Editor, American Journal Experts
- Intern, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
- Intern, University of Rochester
- Scientific manuscripts
- NIH and foundation grants
- Wide range of disciplines, including biological sciences, clinical research, data science, and physical sciences