Kyle Pitzer is a doctoral candidate at the Brown School. His research and scholarly goal emphasize bridging the gap between the science and interventions within community contexts. This agenda has led to an interest in examining and solving a wide range of challenging issues in communities. He has conducted research on a variety of domains such as policing, mental health, voting access, and services for older adults in order to provide his expertise communities and quantitative methods.
He has worked in research for 7 years, developing expertise in all facets of research design and quantitative and qualitative analysis. This includes experience with everything from secondary data analyses of public data to randomized controlled trials. In addition to performing research, Kyle enjoys teaching others about research design and data analysis. In his time previous to and as a doctoral student, he has taught statistics and data analysis in a classroom setting and consulted with students and professionals from various disciplines on data collection, management, and analysis.