The Lurie Institute for Disability Policy

Mark Davis

Mark Davis, Data Analyst

Mark Davis is a data analyst at the Lurie Institute for Disability at Brandeis University’s Heller School for Social Policy and Management. Mark holds an BA and MA in economics from Hunter College.

Mark’s thesis measured the causal impact of New York City’s Citibike bicycle share on cyclist injuries and casualties from automobile collisions. Previously, Mark was an analyst at the Office of Economic and Manpower Analysis at West Point. While he was lead analyst in the branching team, he helped transition both West Point and ROTC from an order of merit system, used since the nineteenth century, to a two-sided labor matching market based on the National Residency Matching Program.

Mark founded where he and his team help doctoral and masters students with their dissertations and theses.