Luis Gabriel Cuervo

Luis Gabriel Cuervo, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona

Doctoral Candidate; Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain

Luis Gabriel Cuervo is a doctoral candidate in Biomedical Research Methodology and Public Health at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. He is also a seasoned public health professional, family physician, and clinical epidemiologist. He has been at the forefront of developing policies and agendas on research for health internationally, advancing social innovation and knowledge translation platforms, and setting norms and standards to increase the value of research for health. He has been a contributor to the Cochrane Collaboration since 1994 and a senior clinical editor for BMJ Clinical Evidence. He has contributed to Evidence Aid, Testing Treatments, the EQUATOR Network, and Campbell Collaboration and has advised PAHO and WHO. He will present his doctoral work that uses design thinking and is a multistakeholder and intersectoral collaborative project that uses existing data to measure urban accessibility accounting for traffic congestion. It also points at solutions and predicts their impact, offering an equity perspective. His résumé and scientific production can be found at: