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Specialized Translation Services for Medical, Pharmaceutical, and Clinical Research Industries.
Language Scientific Inc. (http://www.LanguageScientific.com) provides translation services to the medical and pharmaceuticals industries. We provide certified translation of clinical trials, protocols, toxicology reports, scientific papers and reports, data sheets, etc. We also translate and validate patient questionnaires (PROs). Language Scientific is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
Our Translators: Language Scientific has an experienced team of translators, interpreters, and editors with impeccable linguistic skills, technical writing expertise, and – most important, advanced degrees in all major medical fields of study. LS translators hold Ph.D. & M.D. degrees in science and medicine.
Quality Control and Service: In addition to our dual-skilled team of translation professionals, LS's quality control system is designed to meet the exacting demands of the medical and pharmaceutical industries. We provide for multiple rounds of proofreading and editing by native speakers of the source document and target language. Our highly skilled project managers ensure that deadlines are met without fail. Your project manager is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to answer questions or address any concerns you may have.
Languages: We work in all the major Asian and European languages, including German, Japanese, French, Russian, Chinese, Korean, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, Arabic, Polish, and Swedish.
Physicians, pharmacologists, clinical researchers, and health care managers have come to rely on LS's unique quality control methodology when they need clear, correct, and consistent translation of the high-risk, high-value information on which the field of international medicine and biotechnology depends.
Please contact Leslie Diamond for more information at 617-621-0940 x. 140 or email us at ldiamond@LanguageScientific.com
Last update of this entry: September 12, 2017