Kerry Muhlestein, professor of ancient scripture at Brigham Young University, PhD in Egyptology at UCLA in 2003.
Here’s some further information provided by Kerry Muhlestein when asked for information about peer review and other non-LDS Egyptolgists.
I do not know of anyone who has really investigated the way Abraham was received or used by the Egyptians besides us. The translation of the text with Abraham on the couch was done by someone else, and can be found at PDM XII, 140; as H.D. Betz (ed.), The Greek Magical Papyri in Translation, Including the Demotic Spells (2nd edition, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1992), 171. An article I have written that discusses this and which was peer reviewed by non-lds Egyptologists is Kerry Muhlestein, “Abraham, Isaac, and Osiris-Michael: The Use of Biblical Figures in Egyptian Religion,” in the proceedings ofAchievements and Problems of Modern Egyptology, Galina, A. Belova, ed. (Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences, 2012), 246-259.As far as human sacrifice, not many others have written about it since I did my work on it. One place you can find something is at Robert Ritner, The Mechanics of Ancient Egyptian MagicalPractice (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1993): 163-7. As for articles I have written about this that have been peer reviewed by non-lds Egyptologists they are Kerry Muhlestein, Violence in the Service of Order: the Religious Framework for Sanctioned Killing in Ancient Egypt. British Archaeological Reports International Series 2299 (Oxford: Archaeopress, 2011). And Kerry Muhlestein, “Royal Executions: Evidence Bearing on the Subject of Sanctioned Killing in the Middle Kingdom,” in The Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient, 51/2 (2008): 181-208. And Kerry Muhlestein, “Execration Ritual” in Willeke Wendrich, Jacco Dieleman (eds.), UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology (Los Angeles: http://www.uee.ucla.edu, 2008). And Kerry Muhlestein, “Human Sacrifice in Ancient Egypt.” In World History Encyclopedia, Era 2: Early Civilizations, 4000-1000 BCE. Edited by Kevin Murray McGeough. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2011, 281. http://ebooks.abc-clio.com/reader.aspx?isbn=9781851099344&id=A1725C-3234.Most of these can be found on my profile page on Academia.edu if people are interested in reading them.