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Accepted Papers
  • Daniel Doerr, Kun Hu, Sondra Renly, Stefan Edlund, Matthew Davis, Justin Lessler, Matthias Filter, Annemarie Käsbohrer, Bernd Appel and James Kaufman. Accelerating investigation of food-borne disease outbreaks using pro-active geospatial modeling of food supply chains
  • Alan Poots, Stuart Green, Ruth Barnes and Derek Bell. Using routine geo-coded data to identify geographical heterogeneity to reduce disparities: case studies in UK.
  • Hedi Haddad, Bernard Moulin, Marius Thériault and Daniel Navarro-Velazquez. Integrated Epidemiologic Simulation for Person to Person Contagion through Urban Mobility within GIS
  • Recinda Sherman, Kevin Henry and David Lee. Addressing Colorectal Cancer Disparities: The Identification of Geographic Targets for Screening Interventions in Miami-Dade County, Florida
  • Giuseppe Tradigo, Pietro Hiram Guzzi, Pierangelo Veltri, Mario Cannataro, Francesco Casalinuovo, Federico Capuano, Mariella Pavia and Paolo Sarnelli. Health risk assessment of zoonotic infections agents through plant products in areas with high livestock pressure
  • Elisabeth Root, James Gaensbauer, Hanna Nohynek, Marilla Lucero, Antti Tanskanen, Leilani Nillos, Veronica Tallo and Eric Simoes. Evolution of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Over Space and Time in Rural Filipino Children
  • Rongjian Lan, Michael Lieberman and Hanan Samet. The Picture of Health: Map-Based, Collaborative Spatio-Temporal Disease Tracking
  • Giuseppe Tradigo, Pierangelo Veltri, Onorina Marasco and Giuseppe Parlato. Studying human TSH distribution by using GIS
  • Monir Sharker, Hassan Karimi and Janice Zgibor. Health-Optimal Routing In Pedestrian Navigation Services
  • Vipul Raheja and Krishnan Rajan. Risk Analysis based on Spatio-Temporal Characterization – a case study of Disease Risk Mapping
  • Glenn Pearson, Michael Gill, Sameer Antani, Leif Neve, Gregory Miernicki, Krittach Phichaphop, Ajay Kanduru, Stefan Jaeger and George Thoma. The Role of Location for Family Reunification during Disasters
Demo Papers:
  • Courtney Corley, Mary Lancaster, Robert Brigantic, Brenda Kunkel, George Muller and Taylor McKenzie. Outside the Continental United States International Travel and Contagion Impact Quick Look Tool
  • Lindsay Aspen, Tayyab Shah, Kathi Wilson and Scott Bell. Does Location Matter: Effects of Distance and Practice Size on Consumer Preferences for Seeking Primary Healthcare