Benjamin Daniels 

Benjamin Daniels is a Research Fellow at gui²de. Benjamin’s research focuses on the delivery of high-quality primary health care in developing contexts. His work on data from India, Kenya, South Africa, China, and other locations has highlighted the importance of direct measurement of health care provider knowledge, effort, and practice. He has supported some of the largest research studies to date utilizing clinical vignettes, provider observation, and standardized patients. Benjamin is a member of the QuTUB Project team.

Benjamin also works as a consultant with DIME Analytics at The World Bank to improve the reproducibility, transparency, and credibility of development research. This work comprises code and process development, research personnel training, and direct support for data analysis and survey development. These tools include software products like iefieldkit and ietoolkit, research resources like the DIME Wiki and the Data for Development Impact resource guidebook.

Benjamin’s academic work can be found on Google Scholar or on the publications page. His Stata code can be found on SSC, on GitHub, or on the sidebar links.

John Ternovski

John Ternovski is a Fellow at the McCourt School of Public Policy and the U.S. General Services Administration’s Office of Evaluation Sciences. He is a multi-disciplinary empiricist with over a decade of experience in data science and social science research. His research focus is on causal inference and persuasion, especially in the context of large-scale social networks. He completed his Ph.D. in Political Science at Yale University in 2021. He also holds an MA in Statistics (Yale), an MSc in Social Science of the Internet (University of Oxford), and a BA in Economics (Dartmouth College).

He has previously been employed as a senior research fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School (Student Social Support R&D Lab), a lab specializing in large-scale field experiments in the field of education. Prior to this position, he served as the Director of Analytics at the Analyst Institute, a company that designed, implemented, and analyzed large-scale field experiments for a variety of major non-profits and political campaigns.