About The Writer

CAROL MILANO writes features, career articles, and profiles for scientists and health care practitioners.  Her work has appeared in Science (Careers), The Scientist, Yale Medicine,  Mechanical Engineering, Health & Hospitals Network Magazine, Oncology Times, Managed Care, American Journal of Nursing,  Future Age, Rensselaer Alumni Magazine, Pharmacy Today, Medical Technology Investment, Medical Solutions (Siemens magazine), Triumph (American Cancer Society), Outpatient Surgery, Bristol-Myers World, American Druggist, Physician Practice Options, Today In PT, Retail Pharmacy Management, FutureAge, Long Term Care Interface, Best Practices In Long Term Care, Science & Health, Nurses' World, Pharmaceutical Executive, and Pharmacy Practice News.  She wrote the “First Leader” profile in each issue of ASCO News from 2002 until its discontinuation in 2008. 

Consumer articles have been for  CURE, Arthritis Today, Cleveland Clinic Arthritis Adviser, Bottom Line/Health, Current Health (a Readers Digest publication), Mamm, Food & Fitness (Cornell-Weill Medical Center), Woman's Day, Women's Health Advisor (Cornell-Weill Medical Center), Essence, WebMD, Working Woman, Black Enterprise, Charles Givens Financial Digest, Los Angeles Times, New York Daily News, Tycoon, Brooklyn Bridge, and the American Menopause Foundation newsletter..

Trade publication credits include AMA Management Review, The Director, American Farmland, Risk Management, Non-Profit Times, American Cemetery, AREA (home furnishings quarterly), Home Office Computing, Fundraising Management and DJ Times. Carol wrote and edited a bi-monthly eight-page health benefits newsletter for municipal union members throughout California.

On-line assignments:

www.medscape.com
www.peoplelivingwithcancer.org (ASCO)
www.radiologyinfo.org (Radiology Society of North America)
www.nyas.org (New York Academy of Sciences)
www.jointandbone.org
www.kidshealth.org (Nemours Foundation)
www.onebody.com
www.rx.com
www.accesslife.com
www.arthritiswebsite.com
www.activelifenetwork.com
www.chamberbiz.com
www.worth.com


In the health care sector, she writes newsletters, brochures and other materials for hospitals, physicians, health care consulting firms, or nonprofit organizations. Clients include: SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Hospital for Special Surgery, Mount Sinai Medical Center, Lutheran Medical Center, Health Management Consultants, Integrative Dental Practice of New York, Clinton Walk-In Medical Center, Community Service Society, Center For Reading Disabilities, Teen Fathers Project, and Brooklyn Heights Center for Counseling

In the business sector, she's worked with the National Association of Environmental Managers, New York Industrial Retention Network, Private Industry Council, 86th Street Business Improvement District, Oriental Rug Importers Association, Kathleen Lewis Body & Bath, Fickewirth Insurance Brokers & Consultants, Arthur Brown Consulting, and many other small businesses and trade organizations.

Author of HERS: The Wise Woman's Guide To Starting A Business On $2,000 or Less (Allworth Press, 1998; 1991) and PROFITABLE CAREERS IN NONPROFIT (John Wiley, 1987), Carol contributed to THE BEST PLACES TO KISS IN NEW YORK (Beginning Press, 1990). She was Research Assistant for FREE AND FEMALE: THE NEW SEXUAL ROLE OF WOMEN by Barbara Seaman (Simon & Schuster).

A long-time adjunct professor at New York University, the New School, and the School of Visual Arts, Carol has been interviewed on dozens of radio programs.

Degrees: M.A. (Psychology); B.A. (English)

Award:       National Association of Science Writers grant      ($10,000)

Grant-writer and co-creator:

Bioethics Bootcamp: Finding the Must-Read Angle for Science and Medical Stories
March 30, 2012

Member:

National Association of Science Writers
Society of Environmental Journalists
Association of Health Care Journalists
(founder, NY Chapter)
Board Member, Science Writers in New York (NASW chapter)

Contact Information:
writer@carolmilano.com
phone: 718-788-1173
fax: 720-368-1173


Many of these articles initially appeared on the publication's website, but they are not always archived. For your convenience, I've gathered them on my own website.