Daniela S. Colaci is an obstetrician, gynecologist and a public health professional. She holds more than 15 years of experience in women’s health spanning clinical care, academic research, public health programs, and the private sector. Her most recent work in the private sector has been focused on increasing access to maternal and perinatal care through digital health.
A native of Argentina, she worked at the Institute for Clinical Effectiveness and Health Policy in Argentina, a non-profit organization affiliated with the University of Buenos Aires that contributes to the improvement of global health by generating and promoting the best scientific evidence. She has also worked with academic, NGO, and government partners on reproductive health programs in Argentina, Ethiopia, and India.
In addition to her medical degree, Dr. Colaci holds a Master’s Degree in Epidemiology from the Harvard School of Public Health, which she attended as a Fulbright scholar. She is a doctoral candidate in public health at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. Her thesis is about social determinants associated with mode of delivery among pregnant women in the Dominican Republic.