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Editorial Staff

A managing editor manages the day-to-day administration related to the journal and is the first point of contact for all queries. A staff copy editor provides copy-editing services to the journal and liaises with authors to ensure clarity and consistency of writing across the journal.  


Cristina Moreno Lozanomanaging editor  
University of Edinburgh  
Cristina is a doctoral candidate in science and technology studies (STS) at the University of Edinburgh. She has been trained in microbiology in Edinburgh and medical anthropology in Tarragona, Spain. Her doctoral research lies between medical anthropology and STS, and ethnographically explores how antibiotic stewardship protocols and hospital infrastructures may interrelate in the context of rising concerns over antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in Spain. She is a member of the postgraduate Students of Medical Anthropology (SoMAstudent group. As managing editor, Cristina oversees the review process and executes the production of issues in collaboration with the MAT Collective. Her work at MAT enables her to continue building her interest in imagining and implementing accessible and equitable structures for the digital communication and work processes involved in the academic profession. 

Sam Finkelstein, copyeditor
University of Edinburgh

Sam is a copyeditor and proofreader primarily based in East London. Before joining MAT, they have worked on non-fiction book projects for Harper Collins imprints William Collins, 4th Estate and Farshore. They studied English language and literature at the University of Oxford, and have also worked as a professional session guitarist. Their approach to copyediting puts emphasis on precise, clear and stylish expression.

Wren Wilson, editorial assistant
University of Edinburgh 

Wren Wilson is completing her PhD in Social Anthropology at the University of Edinburgh in the School of Social and Political Science (SSPS). Her current project is rooted in medical anthropology and seeks to understand the experiences of ‘care’ for people living with HIV (PLHIV) in contemporary Scotland. She utilizes arts-informed methods and forms of inquiry that both engage with participants as well as medicalized structures and understandings of HIV care. She previously completed her MSc in Medical Anthropology working alongside HIV third party care sectors. Her years of professional experience as a medical researcher and caregiver have informed her approach and inspired her academic endeavours. As Editorial Assistant at MAT, she provides administrative support and supports the publication pipeline.