Associate Director of Research
Center for Latin@ Studies and Engagement (CL@SE)
Daniel López-Cevallos is Associate Director of Research with the Center for Latin@ Studies and Engagement (CL@SE), Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies, and Adjunct Assistant Professor of International Health. Before coming to OSU, he was Assistant Professor of Community Health at Western Oregon University. His research interests include Equity in Health & Health Care, Migration and Health, Governance in Health Systems, and Healthy Environments. Dr. López-Cevallos has worked in public health projects with rural, indigenous, and low-income communities in Ecuador, and with Latino immigrants in Oregon. In 2008, the Global Forum for Health Research and The Lancet selected him as a Young Voice in Research for Health. He is an Affiliate Investigator with the Hispanic Community Health Study/ Study of Latinos, and a member of the International Society for Equity in Health and the American Public Health Association. Dr. López-Cevallos earned his PhD in Public Health, with concentrations in International Health and Health Policy, at OSU, and his MPH and BS degrees from Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. You can find more information on his personal website.