I have completed a Doctorate of Pharmacy (Pharm D). I am currently ranked in the top 1% of Preferred Freelancers in medical writing and have recently become a Verified Preferred Freelancer. Here is one of the feedbacks made by clients, I've worked with on Freelancer.
Abdulrahman Abdullah comment “Ramsagar will be a name that I will forever remember because no one could or accepted the empirical study of my Ph.D. research because it was very complex. He has done it step by step until the end. A++.”
I can handle all kinds of medical and research writing. I had published two original research articles. I am well-versed in English, and I can assure you with A++ quality writing work with 0% Plagiarism.
I have various writing skills and hands-on reference styles, including APA, MLA, HARVARD, CHICAGO, IEEE, etc.
I'm available for:
• Report Writing
• Technical Writing
• Research Proposal
• Project Management
• Article Writing
• Dissertation (Thesis)
• Literature Review
• Medical writing
• Review article
• PowerPoint presentations
• data entry
• pdf, word Excel converting
• MS office work
• Clinical trials related work.
• Systematic review and Meta-analysis.
Pros of Hiring:
• Available round the clock
• Plagiarism-free and Complimentary plagiarism report
• Top quality work against economic budget
• Always on Time
• Unlimited Revision.
Rest assured that I will reorganize your project using originality and the best content on time.
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Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, India 2014 - 2020
Sagar Hospital Jayanagar Bangalore
This involves the ward round participation, drug interaction, medical writing, research writing publishing and so on bed sites and pharmacy duties.
Prescribing Pattern of Chemotherapy Regimens In Breast Cancer
American Journal of PharmTech Research
Cancer is a disease of abnormal, uncoordinated, uncontrolled and purposeless cell division in any
part of the body. The leading cause of death in women is due to breast cancer that accounts for 12.7%
around the globe. This study aims to describe prescribing trends and possible avenues for
improving chemotherapy drugs in breast cancer patients.