Daniel Carter, MSc.

Research Fellow
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
London, United Kingdom

I am a statistician & social epidemiologist with a particular interest in the intersection between social determinants of health and causal inference. Within SPARKS’ remit, I work to develop and apply contemporary epidemiological methodology to undertake impact evaluations of social protection programmes.


The impact of a governmental cash transfer programme on tuberculosis cure rate in Brazil: A quasi-experimental approach
Daniel J Carter, Rhian Daniel, Ana W Torrens, Mauro N Sanchez, Ethel L N Maciel, Patricia Bartholomay, Draurio C Barreira, Davide Rasella, Maurício L Barreto, Laura C Rodrigues, Delia Boccia
bioRxiv 311589; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/311589

The impact of social protection and poverty elimination on global tuberculosis incidence: a statistical modelling analysis of Sustainable Development Goal 1
Daniel J Carter, Philippe Glaziou, Knut Lönnroth, Andrew Siroka, Katherine Floyd, DianaWeil, Mario Raviglione, Rein M G J Houben, Delia Boccia

Research keywords: 

statistics, social epidemiology, methodology, impact evaluation, teaching



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