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Dr. C Li
Biological & Medical Chinese translation

United States
Local time: 05:21 EST (GMT-5)

Native in: Chinese Native in Chinese
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Life science researcher with MD degree.



Grew up and educated in China with Mandarin as mother tongue;
MD degree in 1986 in China;
MS degree in 1991 in China;
Medical school teacher/researcher/forensic examiner for nine years in China;
Biomedical researcher for more than thirteen years in the United States;
English to/from Chinese translator and copyeditor.

I am an experienced English into/from Chinese (both traditional and simplified) translator and editor/proofreader with MD and MS degrees from China. I had worked in China as a medical school teacher/researcher/forensic examiner for nine years, and have been working as a biomedical researcher in the USA for more than 18 years, and have translated many documents in the past 18 years, including not only biomedical manuscripts, brochures of medical equipments, patient clinical records, clinical trial documents, chemistry patents, but also company contracts, legal documents, parents handbook for school, Chinese education materials, various certificates/transcripts/diplomas, websites (http://www.terrafossil.com/distributors/ch/index.html, http://www.crest.com.cn, and http://www.biomedproofreading.cn) and other topics. I have close and constant contact with the people in China (academic colleagues, translation partners, families and relatives) via emails, telephones and physical visits, and review the scientific literature, reviews and news in Chinese on daily basis. I consider myself to be an extremely meticulous, honest and reliable person, doing my best to maintain the accuracy of the original message! My clients’ satisfaction is my top goal. During the past years, I have provided services for translation companies/end-users throughout the world, and I am proud to have earned a stellar reputation.

I consider myself as an extremely honest and reliable person, doing my best to maintain the accuracy of the original message!



Some of my clients' comments:

Chunbia is a great translator, easy to work with. - Sergio Ruffoli, USA
Urgent project was handled quickly, precise and with close attention to detail. Exellent service provider. - Andrea Di Marco, Canada
Excellent. Very professional and close attention to detail. - Martin Cross, USA
Excellent work. Reliable and efficient. - Einman, USA
Prompt professional service. - Kornel Barna, USA
Very professional work. - Fabian Luttman, Canada
Fast and professional from beginning to end. - inputmydata, USA
Easy to work with. Good translation. - RIC, USA
Excellent serviceand communication, easily within deadlines, a pleasure to work with and the translation was terrific. The document read and looked like it had been written in English originally. I would have no hesitation in recommending the thoroughly professional service provided by Chunbiao! - Mark Booth, France

Some of my publications:

James Swain, Chunbiao Li, and Patrick Leahy. Intestinal tumors adapt to excess dietary iron by altering expression of lipocalin-2 and divalent metal ion transporter. FASEB J, Mar 2008; 22: 694.3. (http://www.ariadnegenomics.com/technology-research/publications)

James Swain, Chunbiao Li, and Patrick Leahy. Iron supplementation modulates genes involved in oxidoreductase activity, including prostaglandin-endoperoxide synthase 2 in intestinal tumors. FASEB J, Mar 2008; 22: 692.4. (http://www.ariadnegenomics.com/technology-research/publications/)

RJ. CASTELLANI et al. Sensitivity of 14-3-3 protein test varies in subtypes of sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. Neurology. 2004 Aug 10;63(3):436-42.
(http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=15304573)

Yulong Han, Tao Lu, Jennifer Nelms, Chunbiao Li and Michael A. Vogelbaum. Constitutive activation of NF-kB is present in malignant gliomas and may serve as a therapeutic target. Proc Amer Assoc Cancer Res, Volume 45, 2004. (http://aacrmeetingabstracts.org/cgi/content/abstract/2004/1/971-c )

Chunbiao. LI, R. ANSARI, Z. YU AND D. SHAH. Definitive molecular evidence of renin-angiotensin system in human uterine decidual cells. Hypertension 2000; 36: 159-164. (in English)
(http://hyper.ahajournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/36/2/159)

Chunbiao. LI, G. JI. Age estimation from the permanent molar in northeast China by the method of average stages of attrition. Forensic Science International 1995; 75 (2-3): 189-196. (in English)
(http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=8586343)
This user has reported completing projects in the following job categories, language pairs, and fields.

Project History Summary
Total projects33
With client feedback10
Corroborated10
90% positive (10 entries)
positive9
neutral1
negative0

Job type
Translation23
Editing/proofreading10
Language pairs
English to Chinese28
Chinese to English5
Specialty fields
Medical: Health Care8
Medical (general)4
Advertising / Public Relations4
Marketing / Market Research3
Biology (-tech,-chem,micro-)2
Education / Pedagogy2
General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters2
Medical: Dentistry1
Law: Contract(s)1
Cosmetics, Beauty1
Science (general)1
Chemistry; Chem Sci/Eng1
Other fields
Medical: Instruments1
Engineering (general)1
Real Estate1
Keywords: English Chinese translation, Chinese translator, Chinese proofreader, Chinese copyeditor, chinese writer, medical translation, biological translation, molecular biology, pharmaceutical translation, cell biology, forensic medicine, forensic dentistry, forensic anthropology, forensic pathology, forensic identification, biochemistry, biology, medicine, dentistry, dental, english into chinese translation, Cleveland, Ohio, USA,


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