Lynda Seminara

ISN Senior Editor

I have been in medical communications/publishing for eighteen years.

Hi, I'm Lynda, a Senior Editor for the ISN. My day job is similar, as I'm a freelance writer and editor.

After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania, I pursued a career in medical communications/publishing. (I'm now in my 18th year.) Areas of expertise include CNS, oncology, surgery, cardiology, nursing, nephrology, pathology, dermatology, and osteoporosis.

Although scleroderma has not afflicted anyone close to me, I know many people who suffer from autoimmune conditions. My own list includes hypothyroidism and vitiligo.

I live in southern New Jersey, with my two sons and their cat. My hobbies include playing guitar, singing, volunteering, and collecting dolls from around the world. I've volunteered at facilities for senior citizens and infants with special needs, and currently I sponsor a child from Colombia.

Recently I created a trivia game for senior citizens—with their help! The game is called Senior Sez. I also enjoy writing children's stories, but I can't seem to get them published. I'm always looking to learn and grow, both personally and professionally, and I thrive on new challenges.

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