Adjunct Professor, City Planning and Urban Affairs
Kevin has worked in the GIS field for a decade in the academic, non-profit and government sectors and now is an adjunct GIS professor at the Boston University Metropolitan College in the department of City Planning.
Kevin received his BS in Biology and Political Science from Saint Micheal's College in 2002; his MA in Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning from Tufts University; and is completing his Doctoral Studies in Environmental Health at the Boston University School of Public Health.
Kevin's research interests are in the field of air pollution focusing on integrating GIS to improve exposure assessment and epidemiology. His doctoral dissertation work is part of the Community Assessment of Freeway Exposure and Health Study (CAFEH) which seeks to examine the association between air pollution along I-93 and cardiovascular disease. Kevin's role as the GIS and exposure assessment researcher on CAFEH has been recognized by the EPA awarding him with a 3 year STAR research fellowship to study this disease pollutant relationship. Other research interests include translational research and Improving spatial cluster modeling as part of the Boston University Spatial Research group examining adverse health effects in children of mothers in the Cape Cod Breast Cancer Cohort study.