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Michele Trott, PhD


Michele Trott (nee Wilson) is a New Zealand-based science writer who pursues freelance writing projects alongside her in-house role as a scientific content writer at Izon Science. After completing her PhD (Endocrinology) at Lincoln University (NZ), Michele began pursuing her science writing career with Technology Networks in the UK. There, she spent 12 months covering a maternity leave role as a science editor, and managed the cell science, biopharma and diagnostics communities. Upon her arrival back in NZ, Michele established “Choice Science Writing” and became a full-time freelance science writer, working with life science marketing agencies, biotech companies – and of course, Technology Networks – to produce engaging articles and blog posts. In April 2021, she took up the opportunity to join the team at Izon Science, a company that enables the precise separation and analysis of extracellular vesicles and other nanoparticles.


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Cells Unlock Restrictions on Phenotypic Plasticity To Progress as Cancer

From a cell signaling perspective, phenotypic plasticity is important because it allows cells to take on a form that aids their invasive and metastatic abilities. In this article, we explore the topic in more detail.
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5 Unique Ways Organ-on-a-Chip Technology Is Being Applied in Biomedical R&D

Download this listicle to explore how organ-on-a-chip systems are being used to research rejected therapeutics for autoimmune disorders, model diseases, screen drugs and assay toxicity, and discover antiviral therapeutics and prophylactics.
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Navigating the Use of Extracellular Vesicles as Therapeutics

Download this listicle to learn more about extracellular vesicles as engineerable drug delivery vehicles, vaccines and from mesenchymal stem cells.
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Existing and Emerging Lab 4.0 Technologies in 2021

In this article, we look to the technologies and innovations that will define the future of science.
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How Organoids Are Fueling Infectious Disease Research and Personalized Medicine

In this article, we discuss organoids in the context of personalized medicine and infectious disease and explore how they provide a new window into disease and fuel the discovery of new therapeutics.
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Fundamentals of Therapeutic Drug Monitoring: Definition, Importance and Methods

Download this listicle to discover answers to key questions such as: can therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) be used for all drugs? Which drugs are currently monitored using TDM approaches? What analytical methods are used for TDM?
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Mass Spectrometry Brings Resolving Power to Biopharma

In the early 20th century, mass spectrometry (MS) was used to measure the mass of atoms and demonstrate the existence of isotopes. Now, MS is used to study a broad range of molecules including small hydrocarbons, proteins, peptides, carbohydrates and DNA.
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The Ras Pathway and Cancer: Regulation, Challenges and Therapeutic Progress

In normal health, Ras signaling is central to the regulation of intracellular signaling networks involved in cell proliferation, growth and survival. Like many cellular signaling pathways, however, the Ras-related cascade has a dark side. Mutations in the RAS gene itself, or in upstream or downstream regulators, can push the pathway into a constitutively active, cancer-inducing state.
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Key Techniques in Cell Therapy Quality Control

Download this list to discover more about some of the latest key techniques in cell therapy quality control.
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Take a Tour of a COVID-19 Multiomics Data Dashboard

A COVID-19 multiomics data dashboard was generated by authors of a paper recently published in Cell Systems. Ian Miller, research data scientist at the Coon Laboratory, University of Wisconsin-Madison, was a key developer of the platform and walked Technology Networks through some key features of each type of analysis.
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