Short on time or need some talent?

That’s where I come in.

My name is Thomas Mitchell, and I’m a freelance medical and commercial writer available for hire. I create content and copy for businesses and organizations that is:

  • Cogent

  • Convincing

  • Creative

Isn’t that what every other writer says?

Sure. There’s nothing unique about promising quality, but you know that receiving it can be rare. To see what someone can do for you, take a look at what he’s done:

  • Bachelor’s of Science in Neurobiology, Georgetown University (2017), degree conferred magna cum laude. Minor in English.

  • Master’s of Science in Engineering, Science & Technology Entrepreneurship from the University of Notre Dame (2018).

With a background bridging the sciences and business, I couple technical expertise with a commitment to client satisfaction. To further refine my core competencies in the medical writing domain, I’ve also pursued the following certificates:

  • “Writing in the Sciences” - Certificate conferred w/ Honors, Stanford University

  • “Essential Skills Certificate” - American Medical Writers Association

Still wondering why to work with me?

When you’re seeking a solid communicator, you need a collaborator who is sincere, skilled, and committed to your success. Your satisfaction is my priority, and I pride myself on my punctuality and professionalism.

Don’t take my word for it - read some selected testimonials here and peruse my portfolio by following the link here. If there’s something you’d like to see, don’t hesitate to contact me; I keep additional samples available for viewing offline.

How do we get in touch?

Send me an e-mail at thomas.mitchell@techwriteplus.com - you can find the address on the sidebar of any page on the website.

Crisp, articulate writing is the crucial intellectual capital upon which the best of businesses are built. What we write is an extension of who we are, what we believe, and what we aspire to be.

If you want to be best, work with the best. I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

Thomas W. Mitchell

 
 
May 28. 2018