I am a medical geographer, trained in GIS, remote sensing, disease ecology, and landscape genetics. My research endeavors focus mostly on infectious diseases, particularly viral diseases such as influenza and West Nile virus. I’ve also done work on non-infectious health topics such as blood lead levels, health care accessibility, environmental justice, and skin cancer.
Visit the CV page for my Curriculum Vitae. For more info about some of the research projects I’ve worked on and events I’ve helped organize, check out the Portfolio section of the site. You can also visit my profiles on LinkedIn and ResearchGate.
My incredible wife Brittney and I met in college, where she introduced me to the field of Geography. Together we have five children: two daughters, and three sons. We’ve tried to instill a love of geography in them, but so far they’ve been more interested in riding bikes and going for walks.