Groundwater System and Climate Change: Present Status and Future Considerations

AMANAMBU, MOSSA – Groundwater System and Climate Change: Present Status and Future Considerations Amobichukwu C. Amanambu, Omon A. Obarein, Joann Mossa, Lanhai Li, Shamusideen S. Ayeni, Olalekan Balogun, Abiola Oyebamiji, Friday U. Ochege Article first published online: 12 JUN 2020 Journal of Hydrology DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2020.125163 ABSTRACT: Climate change will impact every aspect of biophysical systems […]

Dr. Alexis (Lexi) White

Dr. Alexis (Lexi) White Postdoctoral Researcher Member, Quantitative Disease Ecology & Conservation Lab (QDEC Lab) Researcher, Southeastern Center of Excellence in Vector Borne Diseases Researcher, Emerging Pathogens Institute alexis.white@ufl.edu @lexiwhite27 Curriculum Vitae Linked In Google Scholar Impact Story Focus Area: Medical Geography in Global Health (MGGH) Research Statement: I am a mathematical ecologist interested in the disease ecology dynamics […]

Machine Learning Predictions of Dengue Patients Outcomes Yield Promising Results

GAINESVILLE, FL – Helping patients with dengue can be challenging – especially in countries with multiple diseases spread by mosquitoes. Dengue, chikungunya, and Zika are viruses spread by the same type of mosquito; all three viruses are present in Ecuador and many other countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. Patients infected with one of […]

Novel Network Approach to Mosquito Control Distribution Yields Insights for a City in Southern Ecuador

GAINESVILLE, FL – Fighting mosquito-borne disease can be costly – in both health and financial resources. While mosquito control is an effective way to combat the spread of diseases like dengue fever, the cost of spraying every house in a city quickly adds up. These costs limit public health vector control programs, which often operate […]

Impact of Coastal Hazards on Residents’ Spatial Accessibility to Health Services

HU – Impact of Coastal Hazards on Residents’ Spatial Accessibility to Health Services Georgios P. Balomenos, Yujie Hu, Jamie E. Padgett, and Kyle Shelton Article first published online: 1 DEC 2019 Journal of Infrastructure Systems DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)IS.1943-555X.0000509 ABSTRACT: The mobility of residents and their access to essential services can be highly affected by transportation network […]

Dr. Yujie Hu

Dr. Yujie Hu Assistant Professor Affiliate Faculty, UF Informatics Institute Affiliate Faculty,  UF Transportation Institute During COVID, with limited access to campus, people may not receive phone messages. For a quicker response, please use email. yujiehu@ufl.edu @TheDrWho Lab Webpage (352) 294-7514 Focus Areas GeoSpatial Analysis & Techniques Medical Geography in Global Health (MGGH) Research Statement: I […]

Dr. Rachel Sippy

Dr. Rachel Sippy Postdoctoral Researcher rsippy@ufl.edu @GermCurves https://sippy.pophealth.wisc.edu/ Google Scholar (319) 551-1000 Curriculum Vita Focus Areas: GeoSpatial Analysis & Techniques Medical Geography in Global Health (MGGH) Research Statement: I am interested in epidemiology and disease seasonality in a causal framework as well as predictions of disease outcomes or epidemics. I primarily focus on vectorborne illness […]

Dr. Kevin Ash

Dr. Kevin Ash Assistant Professor During COVID, with limited access to campus, people may not receive phone messages. For a quicker response, please use email. kash78@ufl.edu @scatterazure ResearchGate Google Scholar 352-294-6956 Affiliate Member, Florida Climate Institute Focus Areas Geospatial Analysis & Techniques Global, Environmental and Social Change Research Statement: I am a human-environment geographer with […]

Stephen Mullens

Stephen Mullens Lecturer stephen.mullens@ufl.edu @srmullens Focus Areas Geospatial Analysis & Techniques Earth System Science Recent Courses Social Media and Weather Communicating Science Educational Background M.S. in Meteorology, University of Oklahoma, 2010 B.S. in Meteorology, University of Oklahoma, 2008    

Now Hiring: Assistant Professor in Spatial Networks

Description The Department of Geography at the University of Florida, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the UF Informatics Institute (UFII), invite applications for a full-time, nine-month, tenure-accruing position, at the level of Assistant Professor to begin August 16, 2019. The department seeks an outstanding candidate in Spatial Networks with expertise in Geographic Information […]