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This bio is current as of 2020.

Daniel Olivieri is currently a third-year MD-MPA student at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. At Notre Dame, he was a Science-Business Major with a minor in International Development Studies. In addition, he was heavily involved with the Kellogg Institute as a Kellogg International Scholar and Kellogg Student Advisory Board Member. Through Kellogg, he received several Experiencing the World Fellowships and Independent Research Grants to study the effectiveness of Community Health Workers in Brazil, Nicaragua, and Cuba. Additionally, he was the President of SIBC (Student International Business Council), where he helped coordinate IEEs (International Economic Exchanges) to Panama, Mexico, South Africa, and India. His current research analyzes the role of medical-surgical partnerships to improve healthcare efficiency. He can be reached at daniel_olivieri@brown.edu. 


This profile was current as of 2018, when he was part of the on-campus Kellogg community.

Thesis: Mapping the Future: Contrasting Rural and Urban Cuban Challenges to Preventative Care and the Future through Participatory Scenario Planning

I am currently researching the effects on the easing of economic restrictions between the U.S. and Cuba on the future of Cuban healthcare and economic resiliency through a lens of participatory scenario planning. Through the International Scholars Program, I have been able to work on Participatory Scenario Planning with Professor Mische. I will continue to work with her on her futures and participatory planning research throughout the duration of my senior year.

I have received two Experiencing the World (ETW) Fellowships from the Kellogg Institute, and a Kellogg/Kroc Undergraduate Research Grant as well. During my first ETW, I explored the role of Community Health Workers in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Then, I worked at an innovative biopsychosocial clinic in the rural town of Boaco, Nicaragua. Finally, this past summer, I worked to understand the complexities with how Cubans, in healthcare and tourism, perceive the ever-changing landscape of the future. I have also been a recipient of two Kellogg conference grants, to attend the Winter Youth UN Assembly in New York, and present my research in Brazil at EHU, a university in Lithuania.

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Science-Business
Minor
International Development Studies
Thematic Interests

Hospital recidivism in Latin America, the relationship between unionization and healthcare, and effective biopsychosocial post-hospitalization interventions.

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