December Webinar: Justin Manjourides, “Environmental epidemiology in the era of big data”

justinmanjouridesOn Friday, December 1st, PROTECT hosted the second webinar of the 2017-2018 academic schedule. This webinar featured Justin Manjourides, PhD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Sciences and Co-Director of the Biostatistics Service Center at Northeastern University, who spoke on “Environmental epidemiology in the era of big data.” Here is the link to Manjourides’ webinar.

Read on to learn more about Dr. Manjourides’ impressive bio.

Dr. Justin Manjourides is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Sciences and is Co-Director of the Biostatistics Service Center at Northeastern University. Dr. Manjourides received his PhD in Biostatistics at Harvard University and completed post-doctoral training at the Harvard School of Public Health. His current research interests involve developing new statistical methodologies to better analyze spatial and temporal health data in the presence of missing or misspecified information, with specific applications to disease surveillance and occupational health interventions. He is currently working across several NIH, EPA, and CDC funded grants involving research ranging from the estimating the health effects of environmental exposures, risk mapping of drug-resistance tuberculosis, and occupational health and well-being interventions for construction workers.