We Turn Medical Jargon Back Into English
Our vision is to create a world where the latest medical discoveries are shared with the public in an accessible format that can be understood by those from both scientific and non-scientific backgrounds.
Our mission is to provide people who have an in interest in medical research with information on the amazing discoveries we are finding on a daily basis.
A key part of our mission is to fulfil our vision by publishing medical articles that can be understood by all, whether you are familier with scientific literature or not!
Often this requires our editors to re-write breaking research publications (with permission) into an accessible format for all our readers.
Jack founded the Medical Frontier in 2015 with the idea that breaking medical discoveries should be available and understandable to all, regardless of educational background. He has a Biomedical Sciences degree from St. Georges University Hospital and Masters in Translational Cancer Medicine from Kings College London. Jack has worked in the pharmaceutical industry in the United States and currently runs clinical trials at University College London. He is a member of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences and the Royal Society of Medicine.
Atousa became a Medical Frontier partner in 2017, joining forces to make breaking medical discoveries accessible to all. Atousa obtained her undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences from Newcastle University and went on to study her masters in Translational Cancer Medicine from King’s College London. She is currently a researcher at King’s College London, working in melanoma and ovarian cancer research.