Mr. Smalldon serves on the Science Writing Team at RLA. As a writer and editor, Mr. Smalldon develops a wide variety of documents to move science forward (e.g., meeting summaries, strategic plans, and advocacy materials) and assists in research and analysis projects. His work has supported a range of government and private-sector clients, including the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health, the Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy, and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. Mr. Smalldon has experience producing and editing scientific content for intergovernmental, academic, corporate, and lay audiences. Prior to joining RLA, he served in a communications role at the International Atomic Energy Agency (Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications), consulted as an editor and proofreader for the Austrian Academy of Sciences, and worked as a technical recruiter in the health care software industry. Mr. Smalldon earned an MA in the sociology of science and technology at the University of Vienna and a BA at the Indiana University in Bloomington.