Maureen has been a medical writer, editor, and journalist for 26 years. In fulfilling those roles, she has written for both physicians and consumers covering a wide a variety of medical topics. Ms. Donohue’s work has been published in several prestigious, peer-reviewed medical journals as well as on consumer-based websites, including U.S. News & World Report and Healthline.com. She has been a writer for the Stanford School of
Medicine, the International Medical News Group, the UC Davis Cancer Center, the Arizona Heart Institute, MedExperts International, and the Sutter Institute for Medical Research. She has also worked as a medical writer and communications coordinator for various medical device firms, including the medical products division of W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc., which manufactures of Gore-Tex.
In her prior incarnation, Ms Donohue was a science writer and editor at a national research laboratory, where she worked in the Earth Sciences Division and the Nuclear Test/Experimental Science Program.
Before that, Maureen was an intelligence analyst in the Soviet/Eastern European Division of the Deputy Directorate of Operations.
She has traveled extensively and once had an extreme addiction to whitewater
rafting and kayaking. Ms.Donohue has degrees in Spanish and Russian and speaks both fluently.