Dr. Jeremy Mennis (Ph.D., Geography, Pennsylvania State University, 2001) has expertise in geographic information science and its application in the social and health sciences. Specific projects have addressed spatio-temporal databases and analysis, environmental justice, and dasymetric mapping and areal interpolation. His recent research has focused on incorporating social network and GIScience methods for understanding social and environmental contextual effects on health and crime outcomes, including adolescent substance use, juvenile delinquency and recidivism, and treatment outcomes for dually diagnosed (substance abuse and mental disorder) individuals. His research has been funded by NASA, NIJ, NSF, and NIH.
Biography Updated on 27 June 2010