Dr Daniel Boateng

Headshot of IAS visiting fellow Daniel Boateng

IAS Open Programme

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

Daniel Boateng is an epidemiologist and an enthusiastic research scientist with 8+ years’ experience in global health research, focusing on non-communicable diseases particularly among migrants and low- and middle-income country populations.

Currently, he is a Lecturer at the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana and an Assistant Professor of Global Health at the University Medical Centre Utrecht, The Netherlands.  He has training in Public Health from KNUST, Ghana and Implementation Science from the Global Alliance for Chronic diseases, Thailand’s Health Systems Research Institute & Mahidol University, Thailand. He has comprehensive systematic review training from both Cochrane and JBI. He is skilled in evaluation of interventions, evidence synthesis, data management, stakeholder and policy dialogues, empirical and computational analysis.

Daniel works with international research consortia across the globe and has wider working collaborations internationally, including institutions such as Wits University and the North-West University in South Africa, The Institute of Tropical Medicine in Belgium and working partners from many countries in Europe, Asia and Africa. He has collaborated on many projects, including interventions for the management of non-communicable diseases and related risk factors in low- and middle-income countries, improving care for patients with infectious and non-communicable disease multimorbidity, and the impact of environmental exposures on health outcomes.

He has 50+ authored/co-authored peer-reviewed publications and serves as a Guest (Academic) Editor for PLOS ONE and the International Journal of Environmental and Public Health and Deputy Editor for and Global Heart Journal.

During their IAS Fellowship, Dr Boateng is collaborating with Dr Hibbah Osei-Kwasi from the School of Sports Exercise and Health Science.

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