Ben Tompkins (IJET-22)
Ben Tompkins began translating professionally as an inhouse translator and editor at a translation agency in Fukuoka, Japan, late last century. Now working as a Japanese-to-English translator from his home in Fukuoka, Japan, he specializes in pharmaceuticals. He likes to run, hike, and cook when not translating. Ben is now the father of three young children and wishes there were 30 hours in a day. He can be reached at [email protected]
Experienced pharmaceutical translators report more work than they can handle this year, despite the economic downturn. However, pharma writing is highly regulated, and in order to succeed in pharma translation, translators must have a working understanding of the regulatory...