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Daniel M. Sheehan

Department of Epidemiology, Columbia University
Member of the Built Environment and Health Project (BEH)

Daniel M. Sheehan is a member of the Built Environment and Health Project (BEH) research group at Columbia University's Department of Epidemiology where he builds and processes geospatial databases for environmental health-related projects. He earned his MA in GIS from University at Buffalo and is currently enrolled in the IDSE's Certification of Professional Achievement in Data Sciences. Prior to joining the GIS team at BEH, he worked as a GIS Analyst for engineering firms, managing engineering design data and analyzing impacts on the built social and natural environment as part of the EIS process. Mr. Sheehan's interests are in spatial data organization, web mapping, GIS/CAD integration, and open-source geoprocessing.

Mr. Sheehan is teaching Geographic Information Systems.