New Editor Joins The PEP

The Patient Experience Project (PEP) welcomes Jenna Engelstein to its team.

Engelstein is a copy editor with a broad range of experience in the fields of medicine, science, technology, and healthcare. From textbook-length manuscripts and scientific journaJenna.EngelsteinJl articles to online advertising, websites, and e-newsletters, Engelstein has provided editorial oversight to ensure error-free content is published across multi-media channels.

Prior to joining the PEP, Engelstein worked for Elsevier, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and San Diego, California, and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts. Additionally, she has worked as an editor on a variety of other projects in the fields of medicine, nursing, dentistry, and allied health professions.

“Jenna’s specialized experience as a medical content editor makes her a perfect fit for the work we do,” said the Patient Experience Project’s Chief Medical Officer Uwe Tigor, MD. “In an era of ever-increasing regulatory scrutiny, Jenna’s extensive experience, knowledge of industry style guides, and editorial rigor will be crucial to our efforts. Her addition represents the PEP’s commitment to high quality at every stage of our work.”

Engelstein earned a bachelor’s degree in philosophy, with honors, from the University of Rochester, and completed a certificate program in editing at the University of California Berkeley Extension.

About the Patient Experience Project
The PEP is a patient-centric communications firm serving the healthcare, pharmaceutical, and biotech industries. PEP’s nationally recognized approach centers around the collaboration of the foremost disease experts—patients themselves—to co-create authentic programs and content for patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals.