Assistant Professor, UA Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health
Develop spatial and temporal statistical models of disease risk on a variety of systems (e.g., mosquitoes and West Nile virus disease, dengue, and canine heartworm; biting midges and bluetongue; fleas and plague; ticks and tularemia). Provide quantitative assessment and predictions of the association between climate change and health.
Center for Insect Science, Faculty
School of Geography and Development, Affiliated Faculty
Institute of the Environment, Faculty Affiliate & Faculty Adviosry Committee member
Collaborations and helpful links
Entomology and Insect Science, Graduate InterDisciplinary Program
ESRAC (Environment, Exposure Science Risk Assessment Center)