Daniel Erchick is an epidemiologist with more than ten years of experience in global health research and policy. His passion lies in improving access to interventions that reduce the burden of mortality and morbidity among mothers and children in low-resource settings.
As a doctoral student, Daniel led a community-based cohort study to explore relationships between maternal periodontal disease and adverse pregnancy outcomes in Nepal. Before his graduate studies, Daniel conducted research aimed at strengthening routine immunization systems in Nigeria with the International Vaccine Access Center at Johns Hopkins University.
Over his career, Daniel has been involved in several advocacy efforts to advance the rights and livelihoods of persons with disabilities. In Sierra Leone, he worked on projects to improve the construction of prosthetic devices in a rural clinic and increase access to education for visually impaired children.
Daniel received his Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Public Health from Johns Hopkins University.