Medical translator and editor
If you need a medical translator and editor, or if you need help in proofreading English texts from a native English speaker, I can help you. I worked for many years as a neuroscientist and researcher, and have considerable experience in writing, editing, proofreading and publishing medical and technical texts. I also translate from medical texts from German to English. You can find more information at Tracey Medical Translations or Tracey Medizinische Übersetzungen.
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I have written some brief articles related to languages and translation, and you might find some of the pages listed below of interest.
Adaptive machine translation: updates a machine translation engine during the course of a translation.
Anglicisms in German: Loan words or ‘borrowings’ from other languages can serve a useful purpose. But they can be ugly or even counterproductive.
Automatic speech recognition: Speech recognition is a technology that enables recognition and translation of spoken language into text. It is widely used in hospitals, law courts and many other settings.
Books about translation: Books about translation that may interest the general reader as well as professional translators.
Early history of medical translation: Ancient Greek knowledge of medicine was well known in the Roman Republic, but was lost to the West with the fall of the Roman Empire. However, it was rescued and advanced by two major translation movements and ultimately contributed to the curricula of the earliest medical schools in Europe.
Future of human translators: How will the increasing accuracy of machine translation affect the future of human translators?
Grammar and style: What are some of the differences between German grammar and English grammar?
Language and thought: Does the language that we speak govern the way that we think?
Machine translation: Machine translation has improved radically over the last year or so with the introduction of neural machine translation. It makes translation easier for businesses and the general public. However, it also threatens the livelihood of many human translators.
Neural machine translation: A brief explanation of the basis of neural machine translation.
Quotes about translation: Exactly what it says: “Quotes about translation”!
Translation portals: A list of portals and directories that may be useful for translators.
Translators in history: The earliest evidence of translators in history dates back to about 2500 BC, but the earliest translator in the Western world whose name we know is probably Lucius Livius Andronicus (c. 284 – 205 BC).
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