Dr Chandra Pauline Daniel
Emergency and Surgical Care Team
Chandra Pauline Daniel (Dinakar) Ph.D., is currently on the ‘Artificial Intelligence’ team of the Public-Private Analytic Exchange Program (AEP), of the Department of Homeland Security [DHS], a research program sponsored by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence United States of America. She is a Research Analyst and Evaluation consultant at the National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS in New York. She is actively engaged in program evaluation and development of strategies for the organization’s state and federal funded programs on infectious diseases. As a consultant at the World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland in 2009, she contributed to the development of guidelines for phlebotomy. She served as a Public Health Program Manager at the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Task Force 2017 -an initiative of the Office of the National Drug Control Policy, U.S.A. She is a reviewer of scientific articles and engages in peer-reviews for the ‘Journal of Social Medicine’ of the Albert Einstein School of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center. She completed her elementary school years in Nigeria followed by her education in India. Her doctoral research was in the field of Nutrition, Infectious Diseases and Substance Use Disorder in India. Her knowledge and understanding of the Asian and African culture plays a critical role in her inter-continental research ventures. Her international work and research experience have a global perspective, which is applied to her public-health interventions.