Frank Curriero, PhD
- Associate Professor
Center & Institute Affiliations
PhD, Kansas State University, 1996
MA, The Pennsylvania State University, 1990
Applications of spatial statistics and geographic information systems (GIS) in public health. Research applications involve areas related to environmental epidemiology, disease mapping, and spatial variation in risk models. Current methodological research includes selection bias in spatial data and models for non-Euclidean isotropic spatial dependence.
Honors and Awards
Student Assembly Advising, Mentoring, and Teaching Recognition Award (AMTRA) 2004
- Biostatistics Spatial statistics environmental statistics geographic information systems geostatistics statistical computing and graphics
Curriero, FC, Heiner, KS, Samet, JS, Zeger, S, Strug, L, and Patz, JA (2002). Temperature and Mortality in Eleven Cities of the eastern United States. American Journal of Epidemiology, 155, 80-87.
Curriero, FC, Hohn, ME, Liebhold, AM, Lele, S (2002). A Statistical Evaluation of Non-Ergodic Variogram Estimators. Environmental and Ecological Statistics, 9, 89-110.
Brookmeyer, R and Curriero, FC (2002). Survival Curve Estimation with Partial Nonrandom Exposure Information. Statistics in Medicine. (in press)
Grabowski, JG, Curriero, FC, Baker, SP, and Li, G (2002). Exploratory Spatial Analysis of Pilot Fatality Rates in General Aviation Crashes using Geographic Information Systems. American Journal of Epidemiology, 155, 398-405.
Grabowski, JG, Curriero, FC, Baker, SP, and Li, G (2002). Spatial Patterns of Fatalities from Commuter and Air Txi Crashes. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. (in press)