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Stephanie C. Fox, J.D. – Curriculum Vitae – Books, Edited Articles

I have worked extensively with both U.S. and Iranian senior military medical and scientific officials on issues related to chemical weapons effects.

When I am not editing scientific journal articles, curriculum vitae, college and graduate papers, and whatever else, I write books in a variety of genres: dystopian science fiction, allegory, history, short story, memoir, and travelogue.

Topics include history, law, politics, ecosystems collapse, overpopulation, women’s studies, Hawai`i, Middle Eastern studies, travel, science, Asperger’s, cats, and more.

I will edit almost any topic, because I love to work with words and to learn new things. I create word art, and facilitate others in doing the same.

A piece of writing about science is great, but if other people can’t read it, it is inaccessible to everyone but the scientist who wrote it.

This goes for any other topic, but particularly science.

It’s great to do something that you love, and I knew when I was in law school that I loved to edit and write.

It’s addictive.

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EDUCATION


UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT SCHOOL OF LAW – Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.A.

Juris Doctorate, May 1999.

            Thesis: International Toxic Torts Caused by I.F.O.s (Identified Flying Objects).

Phi Delta Phi – Member.

CONNECTICUT INSURANCE LAW JOURNAL

            Lead Articles Editor and Assistant Managing Editor

WILLIAM SMITH COLLEGE – Geneva, New York, U.S.A.

Bachelor of Arts, June 1991.

History Major, Women’s Studies Minor.

Independent Project: Abortion Today: An Educational Symposium.

Lecture: Women and Health Treatment in 19th Century America.

Study Abroad: Fall 1989, London, England.

 

PUBLICATIONS


Books (available in print and as e-books on Nook and Kindle):

  • THE BOOK OF THIEVES. 2012.

A short tale of theft, economic meltdown, and the fall of a great nation.

This is a true story, told like a dark fairy tale in metaphor.

  • AN AMERICAN WOMAN IN KUWAIT. 2012.

Travelogue with hundreds of color photographs.

  • ELEPHANT’S KITCHEN – AN ASPERGIRL’S STUDY IN DIFFERENCE. 2012.

Short story about a teenage girl that walks the reader through the markers of Asperger’s.

  • NAE-NÉE: BIRTH CONTROL, INFALLIBLE, WITH NANITES AND CONVENIENCE FOR ALL. 2012.

Dystopian science fiction novel about human overpopulation pressuring the planet’s resources past capacity as the climate heats up and sea level rises.

  • THE SLAMMING DOOR: BONE CANCER, ASPERGER’S, AND LOSS. 2012.

Memoir of being a caregiver while learning about Asperger’s.

  • ALMOST A MEAL – A TRUE TALE OF HORROR. 2012.

Short story about a man with Asperger’s who unknowingly befriended a serial killer.

  • HAWAI’I – STOLEN PARADISE: A TRAVELOGUE. 2013.

About a trip to O‘ahu and the Big Island of Hawai‘i, by way of a weekend in San Francisco.

  • HAWAI’I – STOLEN PARADISE: A BRIEF HISTORY. 2014.

From the formation of the Islands to the present, with color photographs.

  • THE BEAR GUARDING THE BEEHIVE. 2014.

Describes the legal and ecological threats to honeybees by insecticides.

  • VACCINE: THE CULL – NAE-NÉE WASN’T ENOUGH. 2015.

Sequel about a population policy, with dark, covert aspects, and a police surveillance state.

  • NEW WORLD ORDER UNDERWATER – THE NAE-NÉE INVENTORS STRIKE BACK. 2016.

Sequel that deals with genocide and crimes against humanity, visiting the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands.

  • SCHEHERAZADE CAT – THE STORY OF A WAR HERO. 2016.

A Kuwaiti calico cat warns a U.S. Army unit that they are walking through an area littered with cluster munitions and gets adopted as a pet.

Illustrated in watercolor by Milena Radeva, Ph.D.

 

Article:

  • Haines, D.D., Fox, S.C.: Acute and long-term impact of chemical weapons: Lessons from the Iran-Iraq war; Forensic Science Review 26:97; 2014.

 

 

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Vecsernyes M, Szokol M, Bombicz M, Priksz D, Gesztelyi R, Fulop GA, Varga B, Juhasz B, Haines D, Tosaki A. Alpha-MSH induces vasodilatation and exerts cardioprotection via the heme-oxygenase pathway in rat hearts.  Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology.  In print, February 2017.

Váradi J, Fenyvesi F, Réti-Nagy K, Gogolák P, Vámosi G, Harazind A, Bácskay I, Fehér P, Ujhelyi Z, Vasvári G, Róka E, Deli MA, Haines D, Vecsernyés M. Alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone protects against cytokine-induced barrier damage in Caco-2 monolayers. PLOS ONE  In Print, January 2017.

Juhasz, B., Kertész, A., Balla, J., Balla, G., Szabo, Z., Bombicz, M., Priksz, D., Gesztelyi, R., Varga, B., Haines, D.D., Tosaki, A. Cardioprotective Effects of Sour Cherry Seed Extract (SCSE) on the Hypercholesterolemic Rabbit Heart. Curr. Pharm. Des. 2013 April 10.


Fatemeh Haghighatjoo. “Analysis of Iran’s 9th Parliamentary Election.” Speech to the European Union Parliament. Brussels, Belgium. March 27, 2012.

Fatemeh Haghighatjoo. “The One Million Signatures Campaign and Its Impact on Legislators and Legislative Policy in Iran.”  In process for The International Feminist Journal of Politics.

Fatemeh Haghighatjoo. “Attacks on Academic Freedom in Iran.” Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts. April 11, 2011.


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