A referenced source of current and future innovations in health for blue-chip and academic organizations around the world for over a decade.
Michelle Petersen is the founder of Healthinnovations, having worked in the health and science industry for over 21 years, including medical and scientific posts within the NHS and Oxford University.
She has held positions in the field, working in private, non-profit, and academic laboratories where she taught Oxford undergraduates the spectrum of biological sciences integrating physics for over four years. Healthinnovations is a publication that has reported on, influenced, and researched current and future innovations in health for the past decade.
Healthinnovations was invited to take part in the now legendary BBC World Service panel on Danish Fat Tax, which is currently being rebroadcast by the world’s largest broadcaster.
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Michelle has been picked up as an expert writer by the Informa publishers, where she co-wrote a Clinical Trials eBook alongside other expert authors from the US FDA and Janssen Global. At this time, she has also gained positions at the Lybotics non-profit organization as a staff writer and contributes to the world-renowned ZME Science site which is used by over 900,000 readers a month.
Healthinnovations is currently indexed and used as a reference by the trusted Altmetric, PlumX, and AI-based Semantic Scholar metrics systems for published research globally.
Recognized by medical research groups worldwide, the Texas A&M University covered the ‘Top 10 Healthinnovations’ series on their site with distinguished Professor Stephen Maren calling the inclusion of himself and his team on the list a reflection of “the hard work and dedication of my students and trainees”. This year Michigan State University, Stanford Medicine, The Babraham Institute, NYU Langone Health, and UCSD Jacobs all covered and mentioned their inclusion in the Top 10 Healthinnovations series on their official websites.
Michelle Petersen’s copy was used in the highly successful marketing campaign for the mega-hit film ‘Jumanji: The Next Level, starring Jack Black, Karen Gilian, Kevin Hart, and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. Michelle Petersen’s copywriting was used as part of the film’s coverage by the Republic TV network. Republic TV is the most-watched English language TV channel in India since its inception in 2017.
Michelle is an advocate for child rights striving for a better quality of life for all humans by helping to provide traction for novel evolutionary technologies and techniques within healthcare.
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