B.A. History and American Studies, Cornell University, 2011
M.A. Bioethics, New York University, 2013
Areas of Research/Interest:
Healthcare Economics, Healthcare Finance, End-of-life Care, Clinical Ethics.
Born in Tampa, FL, Daniel received his B.A. at Cornell University before moving to New York where he now is studying to receive his M.S. Bioethics with a focus on healthcare finance while working full-time as a Financial Securities Litigation Paralegal at the law firm of Weil, Gotshal and Manges and as the Director of Social Entrepreneurship at World Health Connection (http://www.worldhealthconnection.com/). Daniel is interested in improving healthcare systems via a consultative role.
New York University Bioethics Tuition Fellowship Recipient, 2011-2012
Tufts Undergraduate Journal of International Affairs, Daniel Sanchez “What Changed and Why: A Critical Discussion of Post-9/11 Shifts in Refugee Policy”, April 2011.
Yale Annual Global Health & Innovation Conference, Daniel Sanchez, World Health Connection, “Bridging Technology and Cancer Research in Sub-Saharan Africa: Bringing Tablet EDC Systems to the Clinic”, April 2012.
Research Analyst, Context Matters, Inc.