Scientific Writing Services

Professional Scientific Editing, 
Proofreading & Writing Services to enhance your research.
 

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SERVICES

Reporting scientific research for publication is often a professional necessity which can be challenging, particularly if English is a second language. The content is complex; clear and accurate writing is essential, and publisher guidelines must be followed with precision and consistency throughout the manuscript. Thorough editing is therefore necessary to ensure that the highest academic standards are maintained. Scientific Writing Services offers expert scientific editing services for researchers and students working at all levels of scientific inquiry and development.

Scientific Writing Services provides editing of various scientific and academic work such as journal manuscript proofreading and English language editing, scientific review and editing, thesis review and editing. Many of our clients are academics or scientists with English as a second language, who wish to publish their research in the English language journals; we assist such authors communicate clearly. The services offered are also useful to ensure that the submission for publication meets the detailed journal style, and author instructions. In addition to extensive grammar and English language editing, the structure and formatting of your document will be reviewed throughout to ensure the optimal flow of information. 

 

Scientific Writing Services can offer content creation for business, trade and professional publications, specialist scientific journals, and the general media. We will research your designated topic, write the article or feature, and convey the science in general language that will be interesting and informative for your readers.

Preparation of presentations for conferences or seminars takes precious time away from researchers. These presentations often need to be concise in their content to ensure that the outcomes are conveyed in a short allocated time slot. Scientific Writing Services can assist in creating a presentation that meets the scientific and audience requirements, but also review and edit a current presentation to ensure the information is articulated effectivly.

 
Manuscript Revision & Proofreading

$50 per 1000 words. The papers you publish are often the only way that the wider scientific community can judge the quality of your work.

Scientific Content   Creation

$225 per 1000 words. Research your designated topic, write the article or feature in general language that will be interesting and informative for your readers.

Thesis Proofreading
Presentation Design & Revision

$100 per Slide. Includes content review, backgrounds, illustrations, animations.

$35 per 1000 words. The theses you submit are a reflection of the quality of your work over many years, and the accuracy can impact on your revisions and success.

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ABOUT US

Dr Paul Montgomery is an experienced high performance practitioner and researcher with over 20 years experience producing high quality peer reviewed publications, scientific reviews, executive reports and book chapters. As an experienced reviewer for many high level Journals, he has a concise understanding of the scientific writing styles required to convey your research outcomes clearly. Additional background information can be reviewed on the Projects & Research page.

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My Qualifications:

BAppSc - University of Canberra

BAppSc(Hons) - University of Canberra

PhD - Australian Institute of Sport and Griffith University.

Level 2 Accredited Sport Scientist, ESSA.

Level 2 Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach, ASCA.

Review Editor: Frontiers in Sports and Active Living

 

Reviewer for:

International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance;

European Journal of Applied Physiology;

Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research;

Journal of Sport Sciences;

Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport;

Journal of Australian Strength and Conditioning.

 

Examiner for the University of Ballarat, BAppSc(Hons)

Examiner for Griffith University, BExSc (Hons)

Examiner for University of Canberra, Deakin University. BSc (Hons)

 

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SPORT INDUSTRY PROJECTS

Aspetar  Orthopaedic Hospital

Executive review of sport and exercise science involvement within the hospital vision, and implementation to Qatar National Sport Federations.

Australian Football League GPS Analysis

This longitudinal project over 10 years aimed at identifying the demands of, and seasonal changes in Australian Football using GPS technology providing annual executive reports with data interpretation to enhance decision making in league operational and rule changes.

FIBA 3x3 Basketball 2020 Olympic Inclusion Project.

This project aimed at quantifying the demands of 3x3 basketball and preparing executive summaries and successful submission documentation to the IOC for 2020 Olympic inclusion.

Coca Cola Ingestion and Cycling Performance.

This project identified the performance benefits for cyclists associated with the combined sugar and caffeine content of Coca Cola.

 

Cricket Australia Scientific Report.

The physiological responses to cricket in hot conditions were assessed using wearable technology and internal thermal sensors during One Day play .

 

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

2018    

Montgomery PG, Maloney BD. 3x3 Basketball: Performance Characteristics and Changes During Elite Tournament Competition. Int J Sports Physiol Perform. 2018 May 10:1-27. doi: 10.1123/ijspp.2018-0011. [Epub ahead of print].

 

Montgomery PG, Maloney BD. 3x3 Basketball: Inertial Movement and Physiological Demands During Elite Games. Int J Sports Physiol Perform. 2018 Oct 1;13(9):1169-1174. doi: 10.1123/ijspp.2018-0031. Epub 2018 Oct 25.

 

Montgomery PG, Maloney, BD. 3x3 Basketball Competition: Physical and Physiological Characteristics of Elite Players. Journal of Physical Fitness, Medicine & Treatment in Sports. 2018, 5(3). DOI:10.19080/JPFMTS.2018.05.555664.

 

2016

Montgomery PG, Wisbey, B. The effect of rotation period and number on AFL running performance. JSCR 2016, Vol.30(7), p.1890-1897.

 

2015

Montgomery PG, Gorman AD, Rosemond D, Gorris P, Clarke M, Pyne DB. Coaching specific footwork effects performance during a defensive basketball close-out. JASC. 2015 23(5).

 

‘Quantifying AFL player game demands using GPS tracking’. P. G Montgomery B. Wisbey. AFL Research Board Scientific report.

 

2013      

Montgomery PG, Hopkins WG. The effect of combined game and training loads on perceptual soreness responses in Australian Football. IJSPP. 2013 May; 8(3): 312-8.

 

‘Quantifying AFL player game demands using GPS tracking’. B. Wisbey, P. G Montgomery, B. Rattray, D.B. Pyne. AFL Research Board Scientific report.

 

2012

Loader J, Montgomery PG, Williams MD, Lorenzen C, Kemp JG. Quantification of training drill specificity to game demands in Australian Football. Int J Sports Sci & Coaching. 2012 Nov; 7(1): 57-67.

 

Netto K, Kurz M, Montgomery P, Aisbett B. Can derived measures of jump performance predict lower limb soft tissue injury in Australian Football? J Sci Med Sport. 2012 S1; s9-10.

 

2011      

Book Chapter: Protocols for the Physiological Assessment of Basketball Players. D. B. Pyne, P. G. Montgomery, M. J. Klusemann and E. J. Drinkwater. In ‘Physiological tests for elite athletes’. Ed 2. 2011.

 

2010      

Wisbey B, Montgomery PG, Pyne DB, Rattray B. Quantifying movement demands of AFL football using GPS tracking. J Sci Med Sport, 2010 Sep;13(5):531-6.

 

Montgomery, P.G. Pyne, D.B. and Minehan, C.L. The Physical and physiological demands of basketball competition. IJSPP, 5: 75-86.

 

2009      

Montgomery,P.G. Green,D. Etxebarria,N. Saunders,P.U. Pyne,D.B. Minahan,C. Validation of heart rate monitor-based predictions of oxygen uptake and energy expenditure. JSCR, 23(5): 1489-95.

 

2008      

Montgomery,P.G. Pyne,D.B. Hopkins,W.G. Minahan,C. Hunt,P. Seasonal progression and variability of repeat-effort line-drill performance in elite junior basketball players. J Sport Sci, 26(5): 543-550.

 

Montgomery,P.G. Pyne,D.B. Hopkins,W.G. Cox,A.J. Cook,K. Minahan,C Hunt,P. The effect of recovery strategies on physical performance and cumulative fatigue in competitive basketball. J Sport Sci, 11:1135-45.

 

Montgomery,P.G. Pyne,D.B. Hopkins,W.G. Cox,A.J. Minahan,C. Muscle damage, inflammation and recovery interventions during a 3-day basketball tournament. EJSS, 8(5):241-250.

 

Pyne DB, Saunders PU, Montgomery PG, Hewitt AJ, Sheehan K. Relationships between repeated sprint testing, speed, and endurance. JSCR, 22(5): 1633-7.

 

2007      

‘Quantifying AFL player game demands using GPS tracking’. B. Wisbey and P. G Montgomery. AFL Research Board Scientific report.

 

2006      

‘Quantifying AFL player game demands using GPS tracking’. B. Wisbey and P. G Montgomery. AFL Research Board Scientific report.

 

2005      

‘Quantifying AFL player game demands using GPS tracking’. B. Wisbey and P. G Montgomery. AFL Research Board Scientific report.

 

2003      

Roberts AD, Rattray B, Linaker KL, Montgomerey PG and Kusanik NW. Validation of a field based incremental test for performance assessment in orienteers. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 35(5) s90.

 

2002      

Cox, G.R., Desbrow, B., Montgomery, P.G., et al. ‘Effect of different protocols of caffeine intake on metabolism and endurance performance’. J App Physiol 93, 990-999.

 

2001

Paul G. Montgomery. ‘Monitoring training load: practical tools for AFL coaches’. AFL Coaching update, (Football Victoria, Australian Football Coaches Association).

 

2000

M. Brearley, P.G. Montgomery. ‘Responses to cricket in hot conditions’. Cricket Australia Scientific report.

 
 

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PROJECTS & RESEARCH

INDUSTRY PROJECTS

Aspetar  Orthopaedic Hospital

Executive review, presentation and report of sport and exercise science involvement within the hospital vision, and implementation to Qatar National Sport Federations.

Australian Football League GPS Analysis

This longitudinal project over 10 years aimed at identifying the demands of, and seasonal changes in Australian Football using GPS technology. Through providing annual executive reports with data interpretation, this enhanced decision making in league operation and rule changes.

FIBA 3x3 Basketball 2020 Olympic Inclusion Project.

This project aimed at quantifying the demands of 3x3 basketball, and required preparing executive summaries and successful submission documentation to the IOC for 2020 Olympic inclusion.

Coca Cola Ingestion and Cycling Performance.

This project identified the performance benefits for cyclists associated with the combined sugar and caffeine content of Coca Cola, and producing peer reviewed publications.

 

Cricket Australia Scientific Report.

The physiological responses to cricket in hot conditions were assessed using wearable technology and internal thermal sensors during One Day play. Executive reports were produced to advise Cricket Australia on strategies to reduce impact of heat o performance.

 

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

2018    

Montgomery PG, Maloney BD. 3x3 Basketball: Performance Characteristics and Changes During Elite Tournament Competition. Int J Sports Physiol Perform. 2018 May 10:1-27. doi: 10.1123/ijspp.2018-0011. [Epub ahead of print].

 

Montgomery PG, Maloney BD. 3x3 Basketball: Inertial Movement and Physiological Demands During Elite Games. Int J Sports Physiol Perform. 2018 Oct 1;13(9):1169-1174. doi: 10.1123/ijspp.2018-0031. Epub 2018 Oct 25.

 

Montgomery PG, Maloney, BD. 3x3 Basketball Competition: Physical and Physiological Characteristics of Elite Players. Journal of Physical Fitness, Medicine & Treatment in Sports. 2018, 5(3). DOI:10.19080/JPFMTS.2018.05.555664.

 

2016

Montgomery PG, Wisbey, B. The effect of rotation period and number on AFL running performance. JSCR 2016, Vol.30(7), p.1890-1897.

 

2015

Montgomery PG, Gorman AD, Rosemond D, Gorris P, Clarke M, Pyne DB. Coaching specific footwork effects performance during a defensive basketball close-out. JASC. 2015 23(5).

 

‘Quantifying AFL player game demands using GPS tracking’. P. G Montgomery B. Wisbey. AFL Research Board Scientific report.

 

2013      

Montgomery PG, Hopkins WG. The effect of combined game and training loads on perceptual soreness responses in Australian Football. IJSPP. 2013 May; 8(3): 312-8.

 

‘Quantifying AFL player game demands using GPS tracking’. B. Wisbey, P. G Montgomery, B. Rattray, D.B. Pyne. AFL Research Board Scientific report.

 

2012

Loader J, Montgomery PG, Williams MD, Lorenzen C, Kemp JG. Quantification of training drill specificity to game demands in Australian Football. Int J Sports Sci & Coaching. 2012 Nov; 7(1): 57-67.

 

Netto K, Kurz M, Montgomery P, Aisbett B. Can derived measures of jump performance predict lower limb soft tissue injury in Australian Football? J Sci Med Sport. 2012 S1; s9-10.

 

2011      

Book Chapter: Protocols for the Physiological Assessment of Basketball Players. D. B. Pyne, P. G. Montgomery, M. J. Klusemann and E. J. Drinkwater. In ‘Physiological tests for elite athletes’. Ed 2. 2011.

 

2010      

Wisbey B, Montgomery PG, Pyne DB, Rattray B. Quantifying movement demands of AFL football using GPS tracking. J Sci Med Sport, 2010 Sep;13(5):531-6.

 

Montgomery, P.G. Pyne, D.B. and Minehan, C.L. The Physical and physiological demands of basketball competition. IJSPP, 5: 75-86.

 

2009      

Montgomery,P.G. Green,D. Etxebarria,N. Saunders,P.U. Pyne,D.B. Minahan,C. Validation of heart rate monitor-based predictions of oxygen uptake and energy expenditure. JSCR, 23(5): 1489-95.

 

2008      

Montgomery,P.G. Pyne,D.B. Hopkins,W.G. Minahan,C. Hunt,P. Seasonal progression and variability of repeat-effort line-drill performance in elite junior basketball players. J Sport Sci, 26(5): 543-550.

 

Montgomery,P.G. Pyne,D.B. Hopkins,W.G. Cox,A.J. Cook,K. Minahan,C Hunt,P. The effect of recovery strategies on physical performance and cumulative fatigue in competitive basketball. J Sport Sci, 11:1135-45.

 

Montgomery,P.G. Pyne,D.B. Hopkins,W.G. Cox,A.J. Minahan,C. Muscle damage, inflammation and recovery interventions during a 3-day basketball tournament. EJSS, 8(5):241-250.

 

Pyne DB, Saunders PU, Montgomery PG, Hewitt AJ, Sheehan K. Relationships between repeated sprint testing, speed, and endurance. JSCR, 22(5): 1633-7.

 

2007      

‘Quantifying AFL player game demands using GPS tracking’. B. Wisbey and P. G Montgomery. AFL Research Board Scientific report.

 

2006      

‘Quantifying AFL player game demands using GPS tracking’. B. Wisbey and P. G Montgomery. AFL Research Board Scientific report.

 

2005      

‘Quantifying AFL player game demands using GPS tracking’. B. Wisbey and P. G Montgomery. AFL Research Board Scientific report.

 

2003      

Roberts AD, Rattray B, Linaker KL, Montgomerey PG and Kusanik NW. Validation of a field based incremental test for performance assessment in orienteers. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 35(5) s90.

 

2002      

Cox, G.R., Desbrow, B., Montgomery, P.G., et al. ‘Effect of different protocols of caffeine intake on metabolism and endurance performance’. J App Physiol 93, 990-999.

 

2001

Paul G. Montgomery. ‘Monitoring training load: practical tools for AFL coaches’. AFL Coaching update, (Football Victoria, Australian Football Coaches Association).

 

2000

M. Brearley, P.G. Montgomery. ‘Responses to cricket in hot conditions’. Cricket Australia Scientific report.

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ABOUT US

Founder and director Dr Paul Montgomery is an experienced high performance practitioner and researcher with over 20 years experience producing high quality peer reviewed publications, scientific reviews, executive reports and book chapters. As an experienced reviewer for many high level Journals, he has a concise understanding of the scientific writing styles required to convey your research outcomes clearly. Additional background information can be reviewed on the Projects & Research page.

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Qualifications:

BAppSc - University of Canberra

BAppSc(Hons) - University of Canberra

PhD - Australian Institute of Sport and Griffith University.

Level 2 Accredited Sport Scientist, ESSA.

Level 2 Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach, ASCA.

Review Editor:

Frontiers in Sports and Active Living

 

Reviewer for:

International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance;

European Journal of Applied Physiology;

Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research;

Journal of Sport Sciences;

Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport;

Journal of Australian Strength and Conditioning.

 

Examiner for the University of Ballarat, BAppSc(Hons)

Examiner for Griffith University, BExSc (Hons)

Examiner for University of Canberra, Deakin University. BSc (Hons)