Dr. Brewer earned his Ph.D. in social science from the University of California, Irvine, where his interdisciplinary training focused on anthropology, psychology, and sociology. Since earning his doctorate, he has worked as a researcher, teacher, editor, and consultant in the social sciences and epidemiology. Dr. Brewer has published more than 65 peer-reviewed journal articles (most as first or sole author) on research methods and design, research synthesis (systematic reviews and meta-analysis), statistics, social networks, memory, cognition, substance abuse, crime, and chronic and infectious disease, among other subjects. He has had several research grants from the National Institutes of Health and the National Institute of Justice. Dr. Brewer has served as a reviewer for many national research funding agencies and 49 journals in the social and health sciences. He has edited journals as well, including an international journal that received manuscripts mostly from English-as-a-second language authors.
In his work with ScienceDocs clients, Dr. Brewer has written and edited journal manuscripts, grant proposals, technical reports, dissertations, theses, CVs, cover letters for journal submissions, other academic correspondence (such as letters of reference and acceptance), conference presentations, and speeches. He also has also served ScienceDocs clients in the health and social sciences by giving scientific advice on grant proposals, research plans, and data analysis. Dr. Brewer has drawn on his broad interdisciplinary experience to help ScienceDocs clients working in diverse fields such as biosecurity, cardiology, dermatology, engineering management, gerontology, health policy, health workforce studies, international development, neuropsychology, nursing, pharmacy, podiatry, psychiatry, psychology, public administration, radiology, rehabilitation medicine, and survey research, among others.
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