Working languages:
Japanese to English
Norwegian to English
Norwegian to Japanese

Eric Larson
Bio/Chem/Patent Translator for 8 Years

Arkansas, United States
Local time: 20:07 JST (GMT+9)

Native in: English Native in English
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I translate patent applications, clinical trials reports, articles for scientific journals, and other information related to pharmaceuticals, biology and chemistry. I specialize in Japanese-to-English translation, but can also translate from Norwegian or Danish into Japanese or English.

I worked for six years as a patent translator and linguistic analyst for Thomson-Reuters. Before that position I worked as an intern and then as an environmental laboratory technician for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation. As an intern, I wrote reports for the public on chemically contaminated sites in Alaska. As a laboratory technician, I performed gas chromatographic analysis of soil and water for organic contaminants.

I have passed the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (Nihongo Nouryoku Shiken), Level 1 (the highest level), and have lived in Japan for about 15 years. I also understand Norwegian because I lived and went to school in Norway. I have a B.S. in biology and have taken graduate-level biomedical courses as well as courses in patent translation.
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Total pts earned: 16
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Language (PRO)
Japanese to English16
Top general fields (PRO)
Law/Patents8
Other4
Tech/Engineering4
Top specific fields (PRO)
Patents8
Manufacturing4
Mechanics / Mech Engineering4

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