Mark Daku is a health policy & social science professional with over a decade of experience in research, teaching, independent project management, and technical writing. Dr. Daku is a specialist in research methodologies, with a publication record employing quantitative, qualitative, theoretical, and computational methods. He has experience working in low-resource environments, and a strong capacity to create bridges between implementers, researchers, and non-specialists.
He has working experience in the following areas: Monitoring and evaluation, text analysis, HIV policies, XDR-TB/MDR-TB policies, drinking and driving policies, parental leave policies, and youth development interventions.
He has regional expertise and work experience in South Africa, Uganda, Rwanda, Senegal, Jamaica, and Haiti.
PhD in Political Science, 2015
MA in Political Science, 2008
BA in Political Science, 2005
University of Toronto
Diploma in Computer Programming, 2005