Dennis is a 2nd year Health Policy PhD student and part of his department’s inaugural cohort. Through his Economics and Statistics majors and research experiences at UC Berkeley, Dennis has been strongly motivated by the potential of data to transform people’s lives. After graduation, Dennis had conducted research in healthcare quality in developing countries, healthcare delivery for low-income individuals in the US, and medications for opioid use disorder policy at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
The Data Science for Social Good program embodies Dennis’s goal in creating impact through data in various domains and through interdisciplinary collaboration. Dennis’s research interests are in healthcare access, costs, and delivery and vulnerable populations, and he has published in journals such as