Dan Schnorr, MD
Dan is a researcher for the Infectious Diseases and Epidemics Program at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. His research focuses on mitigating the impact of SARS-CoV-2 and other infectious pathogens through home-based care and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) innovations in the Dominican Republic and Honduras. He is a physician and current Emergency Department Director for the San Carlos Apache Healthcare Corporation in eastern Arizona.
Prior to joining the HHI team, Dan worked for Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in South Sudan, DR Congo, Guinea-Bissau and Mediterranean search and rescue. His clinical background also includes work in Haiti and Malawi and experience with a range of tropical and infectious diseases including Ebola virus disease, cholera, kala-azar, tuberculosis and malaria. As a Fogarty Clinical Research Scholar, he launched a prospective cohort study examining cutaneous Leishmaniasis in Brazil.
Dan trained in emergency medicine at Highland Hospital in Oakland. He later completed a fellowship in global emergency care and humanitarian studies at Brigham and Women’s Hospital while earning an MPH from Harvard.