Ms. Lazeration serves on the Science Writing Team at RLA. As a primary writer, Ms. Lazeration develops a wide variety of documents to move science forward (e.g., meeting summaries, reports, and press releases) and assists in research and analysis projects. Her work has supported a range of government and private-sector clients, including the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health, Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program, Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, and the National Institute on Aging. Ms. Lazeration has experience in technical and public-facing science writing. Prior to joining RLA, she served as Protocol Specialist at the Emmes Corporation, where she worked with an international team of scientists to write research protocols and patient-facing documents and assisted with Data Safety and Monitoring Board reviews and management of listings. She also completed a practicum in the Public Communication Office of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, where she worked on podcasts, website articles, and internal and external publications. Ms. Lazeration completed an MA in writing, rhetoric and technical communication with a specialization in science and technical communication at James Madison University and a BA in English at Wittenberg University.