John Wallace, PhD
John Wallace, PhD
Methods in Field Epidemiology, Teaching Assistant (EPID 759)
Introduction to Epi Info software for outbreak investigation, Instructor (NCIPH)
Introduction to Epi Info software for community assessment, Instructor (NCIPH)
Public health surveillance
Public health practice
Applying data analytics to address social determinants of health in practice. Wallace JW, Decosimo KP, Simon MC (2019). North Carolina Medical Journal, 80(4), 244-8.
Incident Tick-Borne Infections in a Cohort of North Carolina Outdoor Workers. Wallace JW, Nicholson, WL, Perniciaro, JL, Vaughn, MF, Funkhouser, S, Juliano, JJ, Lee, S, Kakumanu, ML, Ponnusamy, L, Apperson, CS and Meshnick, SR (2016). Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 16(5), 302-8.
Characterization of Arboviral Disease in Western North Carolina (Doctoral dissertation). Wallace JW. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global, 1689890950.
The association between actual and perceived flood risk and evacuation from Hurricane Irene, Beaufort County, NC. Wallace JW, Poole C, Horney JA Journal of Flood Risk Management. Advance online publication.
John Wallace, PhD, MSPH is an analytic research associate with the N.C. Institute for Public Health (NCIPH), where he provides analytic support for various projects. As a recent graduate of the Department of Epidemiology, he continues to conduct research with Dr. Steven Meshnick on vector-borne disease projects. His research interests are in epidemiology and surveillance, geospatial health, community health and the applications of these in public health practice.
PhD, Epidemiology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2015
MSPH, Epidemiology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2012
BS, Biology, Sewanee: The University of the South, 2004