Daniel Werb is a Senior Research Assistant at the Addiction and Urban Health Research Initiative. There he assists in the design, interpretation and writing of studies based on data from the ARYS, VIDUS, and ACCESS cohorts.
Daniel's current research focuses on issues surrounding illicit drug market participation, the prevention of injection drug use, and the effect of drug law enforcement on public health. Daniel is a former research fellow at the Senlis Council, a European drug policy lobby group, and has worked as a journalist reporting on drug policy and public health. He is the recipient of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Canada Graduate Scholarship and the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Junior Graduate Studentship Award.