I provide statistical analysis of citation, readership, publication and survey data for editorial boards, scientific societies and academic publishers.
I have a Ph.D. in science communication from Cornell University (2010), extensive experience as a science librarian (1995-2006) and was trained as a life scientist.
My research focuses on the dissemination of scientific information, rewards and incentives in academic publishing, and economic issues related to libraries, authors and publishers.
I am a prolific author of many scientific and popular articles on science communication. I also speak regularly at national conferences and have received several awards for my work in bibliometrics.