Ingrid Edsman, with 17 years of increasingly senior clinical research positions in the Pharmaceutical Industry, is an expert in the preparation of regulatory and clinical documents. She obtained a Medical Degree at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm in 1986, worked five years as a medical doctor and joined the pharmaceutical industry in 1991. Work in big pharma included clinical safety, project management, and clinical data analysis and system development from the user perspective. All positions involved extensive writing, and the combination of science and writing suited her well, so in 2006 she became medical writer, and in 2008 she took the leap into self-employment.
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