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  • Hire     nisbatshaw25
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    nisbatshaw25 nisbatshaw25

    United States $35 USD / hour
    Create, engage and inspire with words
    United States
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    Hey Everyone! I'm Nisbat Shaw a professional writer, proofreader, transcriber and translator with over 10 year's experience. Persuasive communications and powerful copy are my specialties. It's hard to write about yourself, so let me do it for you! I have translated and worked with non-profit organizations,...
    Hey Everyone! I'm Nisbat Shaw a professional writer, proofreader, transcriber and translator with over 10 year's experience. Persuasive communications and powerful copy are my specialties. It's hard to write about yourself, so let me do it for you! I have translated and worked with non-profit organizations, authors, marketing and advertising campaigns, branding and people around the world. I'm always, Fast, Professional, Accurate, Reliable and Always on time, quick turnarounds! Also I'm a full trained voice over artist working in a professional studio. I'm happy to bring my ten years of studio experience to your project! I strive to meet the specific goals of each client's needs and am well-versed in clarifying sentence structure for readability. I look forward to talk more about you and your project/business! All the best, Nisbat Shaw! less
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  • Hire     NikitaNovikovv
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    NikitaNovikovv NikitaNovikovv

    Russian Federation $30 USD / hour
    Research / Development / Publish
    Russian Federation
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    I loved programming when I was a teenager. At that time, after school, I spent most of my spare time reading articles and books about ML concepts, and writing programs myself, daydreaming I might be a famous data scientists one day. But the things were not going as I desired, I reluctantly said yes after years of...
    I loved programming when I was a teenager. At that time, after school, I spent most of my spare time reading articles and books about ML concepts, and writing programs myself, daydreaming I might be a famous data scientists one day. But the things were not going as I desired, I reluctantly said yes after years of persuasion from my parents. As a student at Siberian State Medical University, I went to the Faculty of Medicine, learned about why and how can we be called human beings, the beautiful and tricky nature of human anatomy and physiology. Medical communication protocols and international standards were of my greatest interest, whilst the other parts of medicine came across to be a kind of a must. I decided to be a medical programmer when I was in year 2 of my internship, as I found out that I could write professional, sophisticated, yet logical codes for everyday medical practice, such as EHR management or PACS integration. Since then, I have made a change in my career, sought a way out to be a dedicated medical data / model engineer. I have built 8 DICOM + HL7 combined Radiology record systems, 3 decision aid programs for patients, 1 PACS to EHR integration, a couple of medical device AI models and unit testers. In the meantime, I extended my vision and scope of work to be a medical writer, who is always able to provide relevant, forensic analysis and tone of explanation to everyday life problems. I also trained writing many other types of academic, economic or layman contents like folk stories and books. I also took part in writing medical and health care books, as well as 113 health blogs for websites. Recently, I came to know this guy who shared a radical view about career change, like me. He is a talented AI-ML developer, who got interests on medicine in his university. We thought we could co-operate to make a perfect Research > Development > Publish work line. Since then, we made a good combo, having fast awareness in medical projects, with terms which many layman data engineers are not familiar, such as HL7, DICOM, PACS and so on. So, what do you want? If it is to be a medical research project, or related to AI, then we can be a nice solution! less
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