SLR1: Understanding Systematic Reviews

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⏱ 1 hour of self-study • Rich text and illustrations • Try-it-yourself activities

Learn how and why systematic reviews are highly impactful for clinicians, decision-makers, and policy planners.

Course 1 of 5 in the “MY Systematic Review Studio” suite.

Dr Trevor Lane, PhD

Dr. Lane, PhD Physiological Sciences, has been helping researchers to publish their results internationally for over 20 years. He has held postdoctoral research positions in clinical oncology and genetics. He was the managing editor of several medical journals in Asia and senior editor of two journals in the USA. He is a board member of COPE, the Committee of Publication Ethics.

Dr. Meyer has a background in environmental science with a specialist interest in toxicology and public health. Her doctoral research work focused on molecular mechanisms of metal detoxification in an invertebrate model. She spent eight years at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, and has an extensive background in the areas of laboratory safety and environmental health. Dr Meyer is a certified Editor in the Life Sciences (ELS) and joined Edanz Group as an editor in 2015.

Dr. McGowan, PhD Molecular Neuroscience, was an Associate Editor of Nature Reviews Neuroscience, and has more than ten years of post-doctoral and post-graduate laboratory experience in the areas of neurodegenerative diseases, molecular and cellular biology, protein biochemistry, proteomics and genomics. He is now Edanz’s Science Director. Prior to working in the publishing industry, Dr McGowan was a Senior Scientist at the University of Cambridge, UK and a Marie Curie Research Fellow at the Babraham Institute.

Scott specializes in online and blended learning for professional development. He has developed and delivered training programs for more than 40 organizations worldwide in fields such as medicine, pharma, business, finance, big tech, national and local governments, K12, and higher education. He has also taught at six universities in Tokyo and at the School of Economics and Law in Berlin.

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