Jacqueline Lamb
Translator and Editor
Spanish, French, Catalan and Portuguese into English 

  • Clinical trial documentation: clinical trial protocols, informed consent forms, patient information sheets, ethics committee letters, etc.

  • Medical journal articles: over 200 medical journal articles translated to date on topics ranging from pharmacovigilance to rare diseases, with a particular interest in neurodegenerative diseases and diabetes. Other regular topics include cardiology, immunology and ophthalmology

  • Medical reports: patient discharge summaries, serious adverse event reports, etc., often including handwritten text

  • Translation of texts in Spanish, French, Catalan or Portuguese into UK English

  • Editing of texts translated from Spanish, French, Catalan or Portuguese into UK English

  • Proofreading of texts written in UK English

  • Localisation of texts written in US English for a UK audience

UK English-native, Barcelona-based translator with eight years' full-time experience, providing translation and revision services from Spanish, French, Catalan and Portuguese into English. 

​I mainly focus on medical and pharmaceutical translations and have extensive experience translating clinical trial documentation and medical journal articles.

About me

Please don't hesitate to contact me to discuss your requirements or for any further information you may need: 




  • UK English-native translator, born in Glasgow, Scotland, having spent eight years living and working in Catalonia, Spain​

  • M.A. in French and Spanish from the University of Glasgow in 2010 (including modules in Catalan and Portuguese)

  • Four years spent working as an in-house translator and editor, gaining extensive experience in the fields of medicine and life sciences

  • Freelance translator since 2014, working with both direct clients and translation agencies

  • Member of MET (Mediterranean Editors and Translators) and ASETRAD (Spanish Association of Translators, Copy-editors and Interpreters)

​​Areas of specialisation