Skip to main navigation menu Skip to main content Skip to site footer

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 manages 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. 


Fred Johnson, copy editor 
University of Edinburgh 
Fred is a trade and academic editor currently working to copy-edit Research ArticlesPosition PiecesPhoto Essays, Book Reviews, and Field Notes for MAT . Otherwise, he regularly edits and proofreads fiction, nonfiction, and academic work for companies, publishing houses, and independent writers from across the world, including Standout Books, EnagoKirkus Reviews, and, in Edinburgh, Birlinns Polygon imprint, the DiaDev project, and the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Fred earned his BA in English from the University of Liverpool and his MPhil in Literatures of the Americas from Trinity College Dublin.