Dr Catherine D – Psychology/Psychiatry Editor and Writer
Dr Catherine D is an enthusiastic and conscientious writer and editor with a PhD in psychology on the topic of memory and awareness during anesthesia. She has more than 20 years of experience working in clinical and academic research and specializes in psychiatry, clinical psychology, mental health, neuropsychology, psychopharmacology, and computerized psychological assessment. She has co-authored more than 25 articles in international peer-reviewed journals and has significant experience as a journal and grant reviewer.
Dr Catherine D gained experience in research, writing, and editing through working in both academia and industry. She has worked at internationally renowned institutions, including the University of Oxford. As well as conducting her own research, she has supervised a number of PhD, MSc, and undergraduate research students, and is experienced in lecturing and teaching in Higher Education. She has also worked in industry, more specifically, a specialist clinical research organization focusing on drug development. During this time, she prepared study-related documentation such as grant applications, study protocols, and statistical analysis plans in addition to manuscripts reporting the outcomes of randomized clinical controlled trials in psychology, psychiatry, and psychopharmacology.
Dr Catherine D has a longstanding passion for science writing. She is experienced in writing for both academic and professional audiences, evidenced through her numerous peer-reviewed papers in journals and chapters in clinical textbooks. She is also experienced in writing and producing articles targeted at promoting the public understanding of science, and is particularly keen to communicate research in psychology and psychiatry in an accessible and informative way both to professionals and the public at large.
In terms of editing, Dr Catherine D thoroughly enjoys working with authors to maximize the highest potential and impact of their written work. She is confident in supporting all forms of scientific and academic writing, and all stages of the manuscript publication process. In particular, she is committed to promoting the global progress of science by supporting the publication of work prepared by non-native English language speakers. Dr Catherine D places emphasis on carefully retaining the ethos and overall voice of authors while seeking to improve manuscript structure, clarity, and conciseness. She approaches every piece of work with sensitivity and diligence and welcomes the opportunity to be involved in writing projects.
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