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Why choose TWS Editing scientific writing?

Maighread Gallagher-Gambarelli PhD set up TWS Editing scientific writing in 2009 to offer translation and author’s editor services to a broad scientific community. Since then, she has collaborated on over 250 communication projects for a large number of satisfied clients (testimonials).

Maighread is uniquely qualified to offer these services as she is fully bilingual (French/English), holds a PhD and worked for a number of years in research in France and the UK, for both private and public research entities. During her research, Maighread worked in immunology, cell biology, intracellular signaling and proteomics, and published 11 articles (see below).

Since setting up TWS Editing, Maighread has had the opportunity to extend her areas of interest to include a number of other fascinating research areas, such as occupational health, chemistry, physics, medicine and technology applied to a number of research areas. Scroll through TWS’ references to find out more.


Articles authored by Maighread Gallagher-Gambarelli PhD:

La protéomique quantitative par la méthode SILAC : technique et perspectives.

Emadali A, Gallagher-Gambarelli M.

    Med/Sci. (2009);10(25):835-43.


TLR7 stimulation in human plasmacytoid dendritic cells leads to the induction of early IFN-inducible genes in the absence of type I IFN.

Di Domizio J, Blum A, Gallagher-Gambarelli M, Molens JP, Chaperot L, Plumas J.

    Blood. (2009);114(9):1794-802.


Peptide storage: are you getting the best return on your investment? Defining optimal storage conditions for proteomics samples.

Kraut A, Marcellin M, Adrait A, Kuhn L, Louwagie M, Kieffer-Jaquinod S, Lebert D, Masselon CD, Dupuis A, Bruley C, Jaquinod M, Garin J, Gallagher-Gambarelli M.

    J Proteome Res. (2009);8(7):3778-85.


An optimized strategy for ICAT quantification of membrane proteins.

Ramus C, Gonzalez de Peredo A, Dahout C, Gallagher M, Garin J.

    Mol Cell Proteomics. (2006);5(1):68-78.


Integrin regulation by RhoA in thymocytes.

Vielkind S, Gallagher-Gambarelli M, Gomez M, Hinton HJ, Cantrell DA.

    J Immunol. (2005);175(1):350-7.


Sustained and dynamic inositol lipid metabolism inside and outside the immunological synapse.

Costello PS, Gallagher M, Cantrell DA.

    Nat Immunol. (2002);3(11):1082-9.


Quantitative and qualitative changes in V-J alpha rearrangements during mouse thymocytes differentiation: implication for a limited T cell receptor alpha chain repertoire.

Pasqual N, Gallagher M, Aude-Garcia C, Loiodice M, Thuderoz F, Demongeot J, Ceredig R, Marche PN, Jouvin-Marche E.

    J Exp Med. (2002);196(9):1163-73.


Both TCR alpha and TCR delta chain diversity are regulated during thymic ontogeny.

Gallagher M, Obeid P, Marche PN, Jouvin-Marche E.

    J Immunol. (2001);167(3):1447-53.


Preferential ADV-AJ association during recombination in the mouse T-cell receptor alpha/delta locus.

Aude-Garcia C, Gallagher M, Marche PN, Jouvin-Marche E.

    Immunogenetics. (2001);52(3-4):224-30.


Immunotherapy by non-myeloablative stem cell transplantation: study of the immune reconstitution. Arguments for distinct cell subsets in skin and blood.

Garban F, Gallagher M, Jouvin-Marche E, Jacob MC, Moine A, Marche PN, Sotto JJ.

    Hematol J. (2000);1(4):274-81.


Use of TCR ADV gene segments by the delta chain is independent of their position and of CD3 expression.

Gallagher M, Candeias S, Martinon C, Borel E, Malissen M, Marche PN, Jouvin-Marche E.

    Eur J Immunol. (1998);28(11):3878-85.