Lee Seaman (IJET-22)
Lee Seaman studied for a year at Waseda University as an undergraduate, and lived and worked in Japan for 10 years after college graduation in chemistry. A 25-year veteran of medical and pharmaceutical translation, she runs a small translation and consulting business from her home in northwest Washington and teaches seminars on medical writing in Japan.
Today the major Japanese pharmaceutical companies compete aggressively in the international market, and Japanese researchers push to publish their findings in English. As a result, the demand for highly qualifi ed J-E translators is growing faster than the supply. This...