Francie Moehring, PhD

Senior Medical Communications Specialist

Francie is a Senior Medical Communications Specialist with BSP. Her recent projects include:

  • Developed conference materials, including abstracts, posters, e-posters for clinical studies in mood disorders and a hematologic disease as well as medical device studies in vascular access
  • Wrote, edited and revised clinical manuscripts leading to multiple publications to support key value messages for a large medical technology company
  • Prepared primary interviews to collect materials to write and edit anecdotal hospital experiences in form of case studies for a medical device company
  • Determined gaps in the current literature via an extensive literature review for a medical device client
  • Identified key conferences and journals for publications for a rare disease pharmaceutical company and developed a detailed publication plan based
  • Developed and wrote clinical trial manuscripts on a rare hematologic disease

Francie obtained her BS in Biology from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and her PhD in Cell Biology, Neurobiology and Anatomy from the Medical College of Wisconsin. During her doctoral and post-doctoral work, her research focused on advancing the understanding of how we sense touch and pain (using inflammatory and migraine models), which resulted in a total of 10 peer-reviewed publications. While in graduate school, Francie also worked as a consultant for Catalyst BioConsulting and became manager of 15 graduate students and postdoctoral fellows who help startup companies with actionable business recommendations on a pro bono basis. In addition, she has worked as a freelance science writer for the Pain Research Forum where she wrote articles on conference coverages, news articles and recorded various podcasts. In her spare time, Francie enjoys playing team handball, hiking, long walks, biking and traveling.