Associate Director of Research
School: Milken Institute School of Public Health
Dr. Kuan-Lung Daniel Chen is the Associate Director of Research at the Center for Community Resilience (CCR) at The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. He leads research efforts at CCR involving mixed-methods practice based research, including measurement development, community needs assessment, evaluation, and the advancement of participatory research and system dynamics modeling methods for achieving equity and improving community resilience.
Daniel is a mixed-methods public health researcher using research methods to elevate community voice and leadership, create better data tools for improving equity, and identify or develop metrics to ensure accountability for systems change towards community resilience.He is also interested in Workforce for Health and cross-sector collaborations as key drivers for achieving equity. Prior to joining the Center for Community Resilience, Daniel worked as a community coalition builder in Philadelphia, managing the Hep B United Philadelphia coalition and the national Hep B United coalition. Daniel received his bachelor’s degree in Molecular and Cell Biology from UC Berkeley, a Master of Public Health degree from Drexel University, and a Doctor of Public Health degree in Health Policy from the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health.