Embark on a journey into the intricacies of specializing in life sciences!
Specializing in life sciences demands an in-depth grasp of crucial medical terminology, enabling the creation of content with the right precision and technical nuances for the scientific community, yet maintaining simplicity and relevance for the general audience. Linguistic intricacies, such as polysemy, animal metaphors, eponymic terms, and the use of Greek/Latin roots, prefixes, and suffixes, entail not only linguistic but also cultural considerations, presenting an inevitable terminological challenge for linguists. Correctly addressing this challenge is vital to ensuring efficient communication. In this webinar, the presenter will guide you through a systematic analysis of terminology, empowering you to activate and deliver correct, culturally relevant renderings.
In this webinar, you will learn to:
- Navigate specialized terminology using etymology as a translation resource.
- Identify and apply the appropriate rendering for polysemic terms.
- Prevent common translation errors associated with specialized terminology.
- Profile audiences based on health literacy levels and make precise terminology choices to enhance your skills in translation.
About the Presenter
Luciana Ramos, CT is an experienced ATA-certified English>Spanish translator with a master’s degree in biomedical translation and e-learning. An adept professional trainer, she conducts webinars, workshops, and courses globally. A member of ATA, Tremédica, the Globalization and Localization Association, and Association of Language Companies, she remains at the forefront of industry trends and business developments. Her diverse expertise and commitment to excellence make her a valuable contributor to the international translation community. In the ever-evolving landscape of translation, she not only navigates the currents but also contributes to shaping its future. With a dedication to excellence and a passion for sharing knowledge, she exemplifies the impactful synergy of experience and education within the language services industry.
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