Kimberly Kane edits scientific articles, grant applications, and more at ARC. She has a bachelor’s degree in sociology/anthropology from Millersville University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in the social sciences from the University of Chicago. She worked as an ethnographic interviewer and historical researcher in the United States. Since coming to Sweden in 2002, she has worked as a scientific editor, first on a freelance basis and later at the Center for Family and Community Medicine, Karolinska Institutet/Stockholm County Council. She teaches a variety of courses on scientific communication, including writing.
1984-1988 Bachelor of arts in sociology/anthropology, minors in German and English, Millersville University of Pennsylvania
1986-1987 Junior year abroad, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany
1989-1990 Master of arts in the social sciences, University of Chicago
1990 Graduate work in European history, University of Chicago
2008-2010 Core certification, medical editing/writing, American Medical Writers Association
2014 Statistics for medical writers and editors, American Medical Writers Association (ongoing)