Paul Delamater

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Ph.D., Geography

pld@email.unc.edu

CPC Office: 123 W Franklin Street, Room 2152

Dr. Delamater's Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Paul Delamater holds a BS in Geography from Central Michigan University, an MA in Geography from Michigan State University, and a PhD in Geography (with an emphasis in Medical Geography) from Michigan State University. Dr. Delamater was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and Geoinformation Science at George Mason University before moving to UNC. In the fall of 2017, he will assume an Assistant Professor position in the Department of Geography.

Delamater has particular interest in research and teaching relating to spatial components of health care access and utilization as well as disease modeling. He uses methods that employ geographic information systems (GIS) and statistical/spatial analysis to better understand population health issues. His recent research has focused on understanding childhood vaccination, herd immunity, and vaccine-preventable diseases in the United States. He will teach courses in medical geography, the geography of health care services, public health applications of GIS, and geographic information science methods.

Primary Research Areas:

  • Population Health

Information updated on 7/17/2017

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