Geospatial Health Symposium 12 and Symposium on Human Dynamics Research: Advances in Dynamic Environmental Exposure, Mobility Patterns, and Health Outcomes

Type: Virtual Paper
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Sponsor Groups: Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group, Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group
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Day: 4/10/2021
Start / End Time: 11:10 AM / 12:25 PM (PDT)
Room: Virtual 8
Organizers: Marta Jankowska, Jiue-An Yang
Chairs: Marta Jankowska

Call for Submissions

THIS IS A VIRTUAL SESSION. To be considered for the session, please submit your abstract to majankowska@eng.ucsd.edu and jayyang@eng.ucsd.edu by November 16th.

Sponsored by Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group and Geography Information Science and Systems Specialty Group. Part of the Geospatial Health Research Symposium
Part of the Symposium on Human Dynamics Research

Session Organizers:
Marta Jankowska (University of California San Diego)
Jiue-An Yang (University of California San Diego)
Tarik Benmarhnia (University of California San Diego)


Description

Session 2 of a Two-part Session.
Advances in momentary recall, mobile technology, ubiquitous sensing, and increasingly fine spatiotemporal environmental measures have been expanding our capability in measuring dynamic human exposures at fine-grained spatial and temporal resolutions. These measures can allow us to examine the links between environmental exposure and human health at finer scales than ever before. However, with increasingly precise measurement methods and accompanying complex processing and analytic procedures, geography as a field has yet to conceptualize how we contribute to the definition of ‘dynamic exposure’. Improvement in specificity and accuracy of algorithms and models for understanding the dynamics between mobility, environment, and health is helping to define exposure as a concept that is beneficial to the field of epidemiology and public health. Complex and dynamic measures of exposure will lead to improvements in understanding links between environment and health and will also lead to opportunities for precision medicine. For example, GeoAI JITAIs (Just-in-Time Adaptive Interventions), will increasingly draw on complex measures of exposure to offer contextually relevant and precise recommendations for patients. In this session, we invite ideas and research that focuses on environmental exposure and health effects through the complex and dynamic lens of human mobility. Research frameworks, methodologies, models, and study outcomes/visualizations are welcome. Example topics include:
- Quantifying environmental exposure using dynamic methods for population health studies
- Frameworks for integrating highly resolved spatiotemporal environmental, health, and human mobility data
- Advances in methods of mobility pattern mining from trajectory data that can be applied to health outcomes
- Geospatial artificial intelligence (GeoAI) for supporting precision medicine
- Development of geospatial algorithms for Just-in-Time Adaptive Interventions (JITAIs)
- Open source/low-cost sensor data for environmental measurements
- Assessments of dynamic exposures to hazardous, built, and social environments
- Real-time exposure monitoring utilizing GPS/GIS methods
- Visualization of dynamic exposures


Agenda

Type Details Minutes Start Time
Presenter Huyen Le*, The Ohio State University, Yingling Fan, University of Minnesota, Trevin E. Glasgow, Virginia Commonwealth University, Steve Hankey, Virginia Tech, Activity space, environmental exposure, and subjective well-being: A multicity mobile health study 13 11:10 AM
Presenter Li Yi*, University of Southern California, Yan Xu, University of Southern California, Sydney O'Connor, University of Southern California, Jane Cabison, University of Southern California, Daniel Chu, University of Southern California, Thomas Chavez, University of Southern California, Tyler Mason, University of Southern California, Theresa Bastain, University of Southern California, Carrie Breton, University of Southern California, Genevieve Dunton, University of Southern California, John Wilson, University of Southern California, Rima Habre, University of Southern California, Integrating Mobility and Time-Activity Patterns in Assessing Environmental Exposures During Pregnancy and Early Postpartum 13 11:23 AM
Presenter Marta Jankowska*, University of California San Diego, Nana Luo, University of California San Diego, Tarik Benmarhnia, University of California San Diego, Atsushi Nara, San Diego State University, Loki Natarajan, University of California San Diego, Dorothy Sears, University of California San Diego, Jiue-An Yang, University of California San Diego, Steven Zamora, University of California San Diego, Changes in Environmental Exposures in Two Randomized Control Weight Loss Trials for Women at Risk of Breast Cancer 13 11:36 AM
Presenter Xiaohui Liu*, National Institutions of Health, Jiue-An Yang, University of California San Diego, Marta Jankowska, University of California San Diego, Francisco Montiel Ishino, National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, National Institutes of Health, Quynh Nguyen, University of Maryland School of Public Health, Pallavi Dwivedi, University of Maryland School of Public Health, Faustine Williams, National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, National Institutes of Health, Using Google Street View and Yelp to identify ethnic enclaves and examine association between ethnic enclave status and Hispanic health outcomes 13 11:49 AM
Presenter Robert Vos*, University of Southern California, Spatial Sciences Institute, Jasmine Wu*, University of Southern California, Spatial Sciences Institute, Orhun Aydin, University of Southern California, Spatial Sciences Institute, Jane Steinberg, University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, Department of Preventive Medicine, Jennifer Unger, University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, Department of Preventive Medicine, Mengya Xu, University of Southern California, Spatial Sciences Institute, The Landscape of Health Behavior Bads in Greater Los Angeles: Estimating Population Exposure with Local Colocation Quotients (LCLQ) 13 12:02 PM
Discussant Jiue-An Yang University of California - San Diego 10 12:15 PM

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