Jaymie R. Meliker is Assistant Professor, Graduate Program in Public Health, Department of Preventive Medicine, Stony Brook University.
Oberlin College, B.A., 1996, Neuroscience
University of Michigan, M.S.,2001, Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health
University of Michigan, Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Spatial Analysis, 2003
University of Michigan, Environmental Health Sciences,Michigan, Ph.D., 2006 School of Public Health:
Affiliations at Stony Brook University
Consortium for Inter-Disciplinary Environmental Research (CIDER) (2007 - present)
Long Island Groundwater Institute (2008 - present)
Minerals, Metals, Metalloids, and Toxicity (3MT): NSF IGERT program (2008 - present)
Invitations to Speak (Selected)
2007, Plenary Session, Geospatial Technologies and Public Health Symp. at Texas A&M U
2008, 14th Danish Cancer Society Symp., Advances in Epid Methods Session, Copenhagen, DK
Exposure Assessment Chapters, Encyclopedia of Environmental Health, Eds. S. Kacew, T. Kawamoto, J. Nriagu, J. Patz, D. Rennie. Elsevier (in preparation).
Special Issue on "Geospatial Analysis and Health/Exposure Relationships" in new journal Spatial & Spatio-temporal Epidemiology. Co-editor: G. Rushton (2009).
2009-present. Spatial & Spatio-temporal Epidemiology
2009-present. CAREX Canada: Surveillance of environmental and occupational exposures for cancer prevention: drinking water contaminants committee
Professional Memberships (Since 2004)
International Society of Environmental Epidemiology, International Society of Exposure Science, Society for Epidemiologic Research
Environmental Health, Environmental Epidemiology, Epidemiologic Methods, Human Exposure Assessment, Health Geography, Environmental Sustainability, Environmental Justice, Geographic Information Science, Chronic Disease Epidemiology, and History of Public Health