The ability to construct `designer’ spatial statistics appropriate for
the available data and the particular problem at hand.
Spatial queries appropriate for quantifying proximity metrics (e.g. spatial weights) required by spatial statistics.
Mechanisms for modeling location uncertainty and for quantifying the spatial sampling space.
Spatial Monte Carlo methods supporting restricted null hypotheses other than Complete Spatial Randomness (CSR).
1983 M.S. University of Michigan, in Natural Resource Policy and Law; research on the optimal allocation of life history strategies. Committee: Bobbi S. Low (chair) and Stuart Marquis
1977 B.S. University of Michigan, concentrations in biology and the physical sciences
1985-1989 Research Assistant. Department of Ecology and Evolution, State University of New York at Stony Brook. With Dr. Robert R. Sokal, research on spatial analysis in ecology and evolutionary biology, including 2-dimensional spectral analysis, spatial autocorrelation analysis and the development of mapping techniques.
1984-1985 Research Assistant. Department of Ecology and Evolution, State University of New York at Stony Brook. With Dr. F. James Rohlf. The comparison and evaluation of environmental monitoring variables. Funded by NOAA grant SBO:10 to F. J. Rohlf.
1983 Teaching Assistant. Department of Ecology and Evolution, State University of New York at Stony Brook. Teach Introductory Biology (Bio 151) laboratory course (fall term). Teaching Assistant for Intermediate Physiology (Bio 352, winter term).
1983 Investigator. Nepal Alpine Zone Research Project. As ecologist on multidisciplinary team performing base-line environmental assessment along the Nepal-Tibetan border. Expedition sponsored by the Explorers Club and The National Geographic Society.
1981-1982 Computer Programmer. School of Natural Resources. With Dr. Bobbi S. Low. Implement and evaluate models of life history strategies in computer-simulated virtual environments.
1979-1980 Field Biologist. Zoology Department, Arizona State University. With Dr. Robert Ohmart. Census vegetation, avifauna and reptilian communities as part of the Lower Colorado River Research Project. Design and conduct statistical analyses of field data quantifying riparian communities.
1998- `Software for Geographic Boundary Analysis'. Phase 2 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant #R43 CA69864-02 from the National Cancer Institute (NCI).
1998- `Biostatistical Methods in Environmental Epidemiology'. Phase II Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Research Grant #R41 CA64979-02 from the NCI. In collaboration with Dr. Mark Wilson, University of Michigan, Co-PI.
1997- `Software and Statistical Methods for Uncertain Locations'. Phase II SBIR #2 R44 CA65366-02 from the National Cancer Institute (NCI).
1997 `Software for Geographic Boundary Analysis'. Phase 1 SBIR #1 R43 CA69864-01A1 from the NCI.
1995-1996 `Biostatistical Methods in Environmental Epidemiology'. Phase I Small Business Technology Transfer Research Grant #R41 CA64979-01 from the NCI. In collaboration with Lance Waller, University of Minnesota, Co-PI.
1995-1996 `Disease Cluster Tests for Uncertain Health Event Data'. Phase I SBIR Grant #1 R43 CA65366-A01 from the NCI.
1993-1994 `Statistics and Computing in Disease Clustering'. Conference Grant #1 R13 CA64044-01 from the NCI, with cofunding from EPRI and John Wiley & Sons.
1991-1993 `Methods in Environmental Epidemiology'. Case studies and methods development grant from the Electric Power Research Institute.
1991-1993 `Statistical Detection of Cancer Clusters'. Phase II SBIR #2 R44 CA50800-02 from the NCI.
1990-1991 `The Spatial Analysis of Hospital Admissions and Air Pollution in Ontario, Canada'. Funded by a contract from the Electric Power Research Institute.
1990 `Statistical Detection of Cancer Clusters'. Phase I SBIR Grant #1 R43 CA50800-01A1 from the NCI.
1989 `Sources of Bias in Regressions of Lake Acid Neutralizing Capacity'. Department of Energy contract #SC922-95 from Martin Marietta.
Consultant, U.S. Agency for International Development, Environmental Health Project.
Consultant, Colorado State University, on the program project grant `Integrated Research on Hazardous Waste Chemical Mixtures' from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Raymond S. H. Yang, Principal Investigator.
Oden, N., G. M. Jacquez, R. Grimson. 1998. Response to T. Tango on Ipop (Letter). Statistics in Medicine (In Press).
Fortin, M. J., G. M. Jacquez. 1998. Randomization tests and spatially autocorrelated data. Ecology (In Press).
Fortin, M. J., G. M. Jacquez. 1998. Randomization tests in ecology : Introduction. Ecology (In Press).
Jacquez, G. M. 1998. GIS as an Enabling Technology In GIS and Health (Eds. T. Gatrell and M. Loytonen), Taylor and Francis, London.
Jacquez, G. M, L. A. Waller. 1997. “The Effect of Uncertain Locations on Disease Cluster Statistics” In Spatial Accuracy Assessment (Eds. H. T. Mowerer). Arbor Press.
Jacquez, G. M. 1997. Medical Geography and Disease Clustering. In 1997 McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology. McGraw-Hill, New York (To appear).
Jacquez, G. M. 1996. A k-nearest neighbor test for space-time interaction. Statistics in Medicine, 15: 1935-1949.
Jacquez, G. M., R. Grimson, L. Kheifets, L. Waller and D. Wartenberg. 1996. Introduction to the special issue on statistics and computing in disease clustering. Statistics in Medicine, 15 (7/8/9): 681-682.
Jacquez, G. M. 1996. Disease cluster statistics for imprecise space-time locations. Statistics in Medicine, 15 (7/8/9):873-885.
Oden, N. L., G. M. Jacquez and R. Grimson. 1996. Realistic power simulations compare point- and area-based disease cluster tests. Statistics in Medicine, 15 (7/8/9):783-806. Jacquez, G. M. 1996. Statistical software for the clustering of health events. Statistics in Medicine, 15 (7/8/9):951-952 (software description).
Jacquez, G. M., L. Waller, R. Grimson and D. Wartenberg. 1996. The analysis of disease clusters Part 1: State of the art. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, 17: 319-327.
Jacquez, G. M., R. Grimson, L. Waller, and D. Wartenberg. 1996. The analysis of disease clusters Part 2: Introduction to techniques. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, 17: 385-397.
Jacquez, G. M., and D. T. Patten. 1996. Chesneya nubigena on a glacial moraine: A case of facilitation in primary succession? Mountain Research and Development, 16: 265-273.
Fortin, M. J., P. Drapeau and G. M. Jacquez. 1996. Quantification of the spatial co-occurrences of ecological boundaries. Oikos 77: 51-60.
Jacquez, G. M. 1995. The map comparison problem: Tests for the overlap of geographic boundaries. Statistics in Medicine, 14: 2343-2361.
Waller, L. A. and G. M. Jacquez. 1995. Disease models implicit in statistical tests of disease clustering. Epidemiology, 6: 584-590.
Jacquez, G. M. 1994. Cuzick and Edwards test when exact locations are unknown. American Journal of Epidemiology, 140: 58-64.
Jacquez, G. M., J. Ziskowski and F. James Rohlf. 1994. Criteria for the evaluation of alternative environmental monitoring variables: Theory and application using winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus) and Dover sole (Microstomus pacificus). Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 30: 275-290.
Jacquez, G. M. 1993. Introduction to the special issue on statistics and computing in disease clustering. Statistics in Medicine, 12: 1751.
Jacquez, G. M. 1993. The statistical description of disease clusters. Statistics in Medicine, 12: 1967-68 (software description).
Jacquez, G. M. and L. Kheifets. 1993. Synthetic cancer variables and the construction of synthetic cancer risk maps. Statistics in Medicine, 12: 1931-1942.
Sokal, R. R., G. M. Jacquez, N. L. Oden, D. DiGiovanni, A. B. Falsetti, E. McGee and B. A. Thomson. 1993. Genetic relationships of European populations reflect their ethnohistorical affinities. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 91: 55-70.
Sokal, R. R. and G. M. Jacquez. 1991. Testing inferences about microevolutionary processes by means of spatial autocorrelation analysis. Evolution, 45: 152-168.
Barbujani, G., G. M. Jacquez and L. Ligi. 1990. Diversity of some gene frequencies in European and Asian populations. VI. Genetic boundaries. American Journal of Human Genetics, 47: 867-875.
Jacquez, G. M. 1989. Implications of Spatial Autocorrelation in Genetic and Lake Chemistry Data. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Ecology and Evolution, State University of New York at Stony Brook. 225 pp.
Jacquez, G. M. and L. Ginzburg. 1989. RAMAS: Teaching population dynamics, ecological risk assessment and conservation biology. Academic Computing 4: 26-56.
Sokal, R. R., G. M. Jacquez and M. C. Wooten. 1989. Spatial autocorrelation analysis of migration and selection. Genetics, 121: 845-855.
Ferson, F., P. Downey, P. Klerks, M. Weissburg, I. Kroot, S. Stewart, G. Jacquez, J. Ssemakula, R. Malenky and K. Anderson. 1986. Competing Reviews or Why do Connell and Schoener Disagree? American Naturalist, 127: 571-576.
Jacquez, G. M. 1983. The Effect of Predictability, Constancy and Contingency on Selected Aspects of Life History Strategies: Analysis for Policy Making. Masters Thesis, The University of Michigan. 100 pp.
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