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Max Moser

Copywriting, Academic Reviewing, Academic Writing

Works remotely from London

  • 51.509648
  • -0.099076
New
  • Suggested rate £300 / day
  • Experience 2-7 years
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This freelancer is available part-time (Evenings & weekends) but hasn't confirmed their availability in over 7 days.

Part-time, Evenings & weekends

Propose a project The project will begin once you accept Max's quote.

Location and workplace preferences

Location
London, England, United Kingdom
Remote only
Primarily works remotely

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Languages

  • English

    Native or bilingual

Categories

Skills (4)

Max in a few words

My name is Max and I am a part-time PhD student in department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology at UCL.

I spend most of my time writing, editing, and proofreading social science articles. I have extensive experience in systematic and meta-analyses, as well as secondary data analyses.

I also have extensive experience providing non-academic copywriting and proofreading services to a range of clients. I am also experienced in writing content for SEO and specialise in psychology, health, wellbeing and fitness related content.

I am looking forward to hearing from you.

Experience

University College London

Research

Research Assistant

London, England, United Kingdom

February 2022 - Today (9 months)

I am currently working on a number of systematic reviews and meta-analyses investigating the effectiveness of mentalization-based psychotherapy relative to other psychotherapeutic modalities for BPD.

Education