SEER Lab encourages undergraduate student research and undergrads play a vital role in project success
SEER Lab faculty and students are part of the larger Medical Geography program in the department. In SEER Lab, students engage in fundamental and applied geospatial science and spatial epidemiology or disease ecology projects. These skills are complementary to our ever growing list of undergraduate courses in medical geography, quantitative methods, GIS, remote sensing, sustainability and development, and regions.
CURRENT UNDERGRADS (Spring 2016)
FORMER SEER UNDERGRADS (2010 – 2014)
Allison Schlack – Allison completed an undergrad thesis in the lab and works on the DTRA project focused on spatial patterns of anthrax and FMD.
Luke Smith – Luke was an undergrad prevet student working with Ian Kracalik on modeling of anthrax in Georgia.
Lindsay Bell – Lindsay worked with Jason Blackburn on the spatial patterns and ecological niche modeling of Bacillus anthracis in Kyrgyzstan for a CRDF Global project.
Ulrica Diamond – Ulrica was funded by NIH/MIDAS Project to work on the spatio-temporal patterns of epidemic cholera in Haiti.