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Glen Johnson
Position: Associate Professor
Campus Affiliation: Lehman College
Phone: 718-960-8670
Degrees/Diplomas: Ph.D. in Ecology, quantitative, Penn State University, 1999

Professional Interests

  • Health effects of the built environment, especially the effects of car-dependent places
  • Community Needs Indices for public health program planning and evaluation
  • Small area estimation
  • Applied spatial statistics, integrated with GIS
  • Application of generalized linear mixed models to epidemiological research

Book Titles & Chapters

Patil, G.P., Johnson, G.D., Egemen, D. and Sürücü, B. 2012. Ranked Set Sampling. in Balakrishnan, N. (ed.) Handbook of Methods and Applications of Statistics in the Atmospheric and Earth Sciences. John Wiley& Sons, Newark, NJ. 384 pp.

Johnson, G.D. 2008. Prospective spatial prediction of infectious disease: experience of New York State (U.S.A.) with West Nile virus and proposed directions for improved surveillance. Invited paper for Environmental and Ecological Statistics, Special Issue on Disease Ecology, 15:293-311.

Johnson, G. D., Brooks, R. P., Myers, W. L., O'Connell, T. J. and Patil, G. P. 2002. Predictability of bird community based ecological integrity, using landscape measurements. In Rapport, D.J., Lasley, B.L., Rolston, D.E., Nielsen, N.O., Qualset, C.O. and Damania, A.B. (eds.), Managing for Healthy Ecosystems, pp. 617-637. CRC Press, Boca Raton.

Selected Publications

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  • Bachelor of Science in Biology, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, in association with Syracuse University, 1983
  • Master of Science in Ecology, Penn State University, 1987
  • Master of Arts in Statistics, environmental statistics, Penn State University, 1995
  • Ph.D. in Ecology, quantitative, Penn State University, 1999