Geoffrey Jacquez (MS, Ph.D.)

Selected Research Focus Areas:

  • Bladder, breast, prostate and pancreatic cancers
  • Diabetes and leukemia in children
  • Drinking patterns on college campuses
  • The spread of H7N1 in avian populations

Geoffrey Jacquez (MS, Ph.D.) has over 20 years experience as an active researcher in cancer epidemiology and geography. He has been developing novel statistical methods for analyzing case-control data for mobile individuals, and the assessment of space-time interaction for diseases with long latency in mobile populations. Most recently he has developed techniques for evaluating the impact of geocoding positional error on spatial analysis, and the accuracy assessment of residential histories data.


Selected Publications

“Internet-Based Heat Evaluation and Assessment Tool (I-HEAT): Feasibility Analysis of a Visualization and Decision-support Tool for Extreme Heat Preparedness in Detroit, Michigan” – Michigan Journal of Sustainability; Volume 2, Fall 2014 , Sep 4, 2014 – Read Article

“Internet-Based Heat Evaluation and Assessment Tool (I-HEAT): Development of a Novel Visualization and Decision-support Tool for Extreme Heat Preparedness in Detroit, Michigan” – Michigan Journal of Sustainability, Sep 4, 2014 – Read Article

“Space-time clusters of breast cancer using residential histories: A Danish case control study” – BMC Cancer.2014, 14:255. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2407-14-255 , Apr 16, 2014 – Read Article

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