CURE-COVID-19 Rural Urban Explorer
Socioeconomic and Racial Inequities in Breast Cancer Screening During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Washington State
Reaching Centenarian age - Washington State Blue Zone
Media Exposure and Substance Use Increase during COVID-19
Eastern Washington Health Report
Exposure to Agricultural Chemicals and Premature Mortality by Parkinson’s Disease in Washington State
Acees to methadone treatment - Spokane County
Multiple Sclerosis and Exposure to UVB


About The Lab

The Community Health and Spatial Epidemiology (CHaSE) lab is situated within Washington State University’s Department of Nutrition and Exercise Physiology, part of the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine. Located on WSU’s Spokane campus, the lab utilizes advanced geospatial and statistical methodologies to investigate how neighbourhood and population characteristics impact disease occurrence, health care access and health outcomes. The lab also employs interactive data visualization to assist users in understanding and exploring the outcomes of population health research based on geospatial and clinical data.

Please check back frequently for updates as new information is continuously being added. Contact Information:
The Community Health and Spatial Epidemiology (CHaSE) lab is run by Dr. Ofer Amram, Assistant Professor, Nutrition and Exercise Physiology, Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine.
Prospective graduate students with an interest in spatial epidemiology are invited to contact the lab for details on research opportunities.
Email: Tel: 1-509-368-6863
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