Madison Hedrick is an exceptional medical writer and editor with 15 years of experience and a track record of high-level achievements. She set’s the bar high and always remains ethically sound and fundamentally up-to-date on all aspects of medical writing and research. Her grant writing experience includes writing or substantively editing over 150 proposals with a current total of over $200 million in funding for NIH, foundation, and other grant mechanisms.
Madison also has deep regulatory writing experience includes writing and revising CERs, CSEs, IBs, as well as clinical and post-market documentation. Madison has been especially effective in creating systematic reviews of the literature, including meta-analysis when updating or creating regulatory reports–especially CERs for medical devices in accordance with MEDDEV 2.7/1 and transitioning EU device CERs from MDD to MDR requirements.
She also has significant research experience and can look for bias in literature, gaps in research, soundness of methodologies, and validity and significance of data and reported statistics. Madison is able to carry out both primary and secondary research (and reporting in compliance with PRISMA, CONSORT, and STROBE guidelines). Her years of experience working with observational and experimental studies (currently she has an 85% success rate for publication) is proven in her authorship and acknowledgment in 50+ journals (co-authoring a manuscript in Clinical Pediatrics, another in Pediatric Emergency Care, a recent case study in Hand Surgery and Rehabilitation, and presentations, reviews of workshop outlines, and creating content for conferences).
Madison currently serves as the President of the American Medical Writers Association Southeast Chapter and volunteers on the board of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Alumni Board of Directors.