Sarah Daniels is an environmental health scientist with over a decade of experience examining the causal relationships between exposures and disease outcomes. Sarah received her doctorate from UC Berkeley in the Environmental Health Sciences Division of the School of Public Health. Her emphasis was in epidemiology and biostatistics. Her dissertation focused on pesticide exposures and other blood
biomarkers associated with type II diabetes, as well as improving methods of detection in small volumes of blood. Post-graduation, Sarah has furthered her interests at the intersection of public health and technology. She is currently working on an emergency management platform to connect victims with resources that they need in the aftermath of a disaster. Sarah is also a core volunteer of the DataKind SF, a non-profit that helps mission-driven organizations leverage data science tools.
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