Sharika Sanku

A passion for science and discovery led Sharika to the National Institutes of Health in 2006 where she co-authored a study for designing new symptom rating scales for Parkinson’s disorder. She worked in the National Institutes of Neurological Disorders to assist during trials for studies being conducted about blepharospasms and movement disorders. 

Her scientific research continued while attending Loyola University of Chicago where her work included psychological research & study analysis at the University of Illinois at Chicago. 

Sharika was recognized for outstanding writing with several university awards and scholarships. She also worked with non-profits to gain funding for the Vietnamese Association of Illinois, The Better Boys Foundation and Carelink. These services included healthcare and educational resource grants for African Americans, Asians and Latino populations. 

These experiences were coupled with several years of professional Search Engine Optimization training, and consulting for peer review and academic research writing. She oversaw the development of several thousand pages of content during this time in the biological sciences, nursing and environmental health fields. 

Sharika established Revolutionary Media Group after relocating to Denver in 2017 to provide a suite of services for emerging technology and medical research to reach the market. Freelancers and consultants from over ten years of experience make the organization a great solution for creating scientific writing, research and development documentation and custom visualizations for both government and private sector audiences. With a keen eye for design and years of medical experience both in the clinical and research settings, Sharika and her team can articulate your concept and product into the best market setting. 


Loyola University of Chicago B.A. in Philosophy & Pre-Medicine with minor in Marketing 

Published Author

The European Journal of Neurology 


Over 10 years of Search Engine Optimization Services

More than a dozen grants submitted for non-profits 

Trained in Copyright & Legal Writing