Founded in 2003, Biolexica LLC is a communications consultancy specializing in life sciences and healthcare. We offer scientific and medical writing, marketing communications writing, strategic consulting and program execution services to medical device, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical companies and other health-science research institutions, and the agencies that serve them. Our programs and projects are designed to communicate clients' highly technical information in interesting and easy-to-understand formats that forward their strategic objectives and raise awareness of their programs, products and accomplishments among key audiences.

Biolexica is based in Longmont, Colorado, a thriving city in the Front Range corridor, which includes Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins. We serve clients nationwide, and invite you to contact us for samples of our work and to discuss your next project.

Why Work with Biolexica?

Biolexica offers senior-level consulting and execution on all projects, flexibility, responsiveness, rapid turnaround, client-ready professionalism and competitive fees. We have deep connections in the medical and health-science communications industries, and have developed a network of partners whose expertise in scientific communications strategy, Web strategy, media relations, design and other related services we can leverage for our clients. Click here to read what our clients have to say about working with us.

As a provider of professional medical writing services, Biolexica adheres strictly to policies regarding Ethical Considerations in the Conduct and Reporting of Research as set forth by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, and to the American Medical Writers Association Code of Ethics. We do not participate in projects involving ghostwriting or ghost-authorship, guest authorship, undisclosed conflicts of interest, fabricated research or other misconduct in peer-reviewed medical and scientific journals.



As principal of Biolexica, Jeanne McAdara, Ph.D. consults for medical device, biotechnology, and other healthcare companies. She has been responsible for a wide range of scientific communication projects, from the drafting of peer-reviewed clinical and scientific papers, bylined articles for medical trade journals, and white papers to integrated marketing projects such as corporate messaging and branding, Web sites, and collateral development.

Her work has covered a broad range of scientific and clinical disciplines, including cardiothoracic and general surgery, cardiac medical devices, cardiology, oncology (solid and hematologic tumors), neurology, immunology, rheumatology, metabolic disorders, urology, audiology, and applied drug discovery and development.

Jeanne McAdara, Ph.D.


Jeanne McAdara, Ph.D. possesses a unique mix of experience that includes 9 years as a biomedical research scientist and more than 19 years in communications for the health science industry.


Before founding Biolexica, Jeanne worked for FischerHealth, a strategic communication firm dedicated solely to the healthcare industry and a member of the Porter Novelli family of companies. Prior to that, Jeanne was a postdoctoral research fellow at the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center where she studied the roles of the HOX family of homeobox genes and the c-Fes tyrosine kinase in myeloid differentiation and leukemogenesis. While at UCLA she was awarded a postdoctoral research fellowship from the National Institute of Dental Research to study head and neck cancers.

Before working at UCLA, Jeanne was a doctoral candidate at The Scripps Research Institute. Her dissertation research, funded by an American Heart Association pre-doctoral fellowship, resulted in the discovery, cloning, and characterization of a novel protein subunit of the neutrophil NADPH oxidase.

Jeanne is a member of the American Medical Writers Association and the European Medical Writers Association, and has served as the technology section editor for the AMWA Journal. She also belongs to the Colorado BioSciences Association and is a regular contributor to the association’s annual Bioscience Colorado magazine. Jeanne received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from the College of Creative Studies at the University of California at Santa Barbara, and her Ph.D. in Macromolecular and Cellular Structure and Chemistry from the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California. She calls Colorado home.