Associations and Partners
Cactus is a specialist provider of medical communications, academic editing, and publishing services to researchers, pharmaceutical companies, and corporations worldwide. It has serviced over 12,500 clients across 515 subject areas. With offices in Japan, USA, and India and a healthy mix of around 150 in-house and contractual editors, Cactus has the largest academic editing team catering to clients across multiple time zones. Cactus supports its experienced editing team through proprietary state-of-art quality assessment and editing process management systems (both ISO 9001:2000 certified).
Editage is a specialist provider of academic and non-academic editing, medical communications, and publishing services to researchers, professional school applicants, pharmaceutical companies, and corporations worldwide. It has serviced over 15,000 clients requiring language support across multiple disciplines.
With offices in Japan, USA, and India and a healthy mix of more than 150 in-house and contractual editors, Editage has the largest English editing team catering to clients across multiple time zones. 28 of this experienced and qualified group of editors/writers are BELS certified. Supporting them are proprietary state-of-the-art quality assessment and editing process management systems (both ISO 9001:2000 certified).
Editage is a subsidiary of Cactus Communications Pvt. Ltd.
Psy-World.com is a psychiatry website designed to inform and help health professionals (both specialists and in primary care), psychiatric patients and their families. The site is supported by a prestigious editorial board of international experts in psychiatry (Dr David Baldwin - UK, Professor Jean-Pierre Olié - France, Professor Stephen Stahl - USA). It provides concise, regularly updated information. It also collects together useful tools and basic sources of data of use to health professionals and those suffering from psychiatric disorders.
The University of Newcastle and partners
CELS, Cenamps are holding the NANOMED 2006 Conference on 27 & 28th June 2006. Newcastle Civic Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Updated 26 June 2018