About our Authors

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Harry Teicher

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A scientist and writer, I am the author of more than 20 scientific publications and theses, as well as technical and travel blogs. My writing strengths are meticulous research and imaginative storytelling.

In 2016 I became an Authorpreneur by starting BioComm Press, an independent publishing imprint and author partnership.

WHAT I DO: I partner with Authors to provide independent editing, formatting, cover design, publishing and marketing of Scientific & Historic Fiction and Non-Fiction books.

WHO I WORK WITH: I work in-house with Scientific & Historic Fiction and Non-Fiction authors who have completed a book, and need help getting published.

WHY IT WORKS: By providing independent editing, publishing and marketing resources, I enable authors to publish their work, allowing them to focus on the creative process. I use industry software for editing and design, and digital distribution and marketing services to eliminate overheads and expand reach.

HOW I DO IT: We start with an evaluation of your draft to understand the issues and opportunities being faced. From this we build a strategy and implementation plan.

WHAT MAKES ME DIFFERENT: 20+ years in science publishing communication coupled with both fiction and non-fiction writing and publishing experience. I LISTEN and take the time to understand the critical issues.

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Peter K. Busk

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Peter K. Busk graduated in Biochemistry from the University of Copenhagen in 1993, after which he completed a PhD in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry at Centre d’InvestigaciĆ³ i Desenvolupament in Barcelona.

After attaining his PhD in 1997, he was Assistant Professor of Plant Biochemistry at The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Copenhagen. Two years later he started a research group on the cellular biology of the heart at Copenhagen University Hospital.

In 2004, he dedicated himself to applied science as a Virologist at Novo Nordisk and later as Senior Scientist at the biotech company Exiqon, where he developed new methods for the investigation of RNA in the human body. Since 2009 he has been investigating the enzymes encoded by the genomes of different organisms. Currently, he is Senior Scientist at the Technical University of Denmark.

Peter Busk has published more than 60 dissertations, scientific papers, book chapters, patents and reports in many different areas of modern biology.