PhD student, 2004-present
of Environmental Sciences and Engineering
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7431
Room: 14 Rosenau Hall
Phone: (919) 966 7014
Cell: (919) 818 8632
Honors and Associations
- Exposure Assessment and Spatiotemporal Mapping
- Bayesian Maximum Entropy (BME) Analysis
- Environmental Statistics
- Environmental Epidemiology
Research and Teaching
- Allshouse WB, Serre ML, Pleil J, Rappaport SM. Submitted August
2008. Mass fraction spatiotemporal geostatistics and its application to
map atmospheric polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons after 9/11. Journal of
Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology.
- Allshouse WB. Space/time modeling
of hydrogen sulfide from hog CAFOs in Eastern North Carolina,
Environmental Sciences & Engineering Departmental Seminar Series, Chapel Hill, February 6, 2008.
- Allshouse W, Serre M, Hall D, Mills K, Wing S. Community
based monitoring of ambient hydrogen sulfide levels near swine operations, 2007 American Public Health Association Annual
Meeting and Exposition, Washington, November 2007. Poster Presentation.
- Fitch M, Allshouse W, Serre M, Hampton K, Law DG, Leone P, Miller W. Geomasking
algorithms to protect confidentiality of sexually transmitted infections
in spatial epidemiology, 2007 American
Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition, Washington,
November 2007. Roundtable Discussion.
- Allshouse W, Serre M, Hall D, Mills K, Wing S. Assessment
of hydrogen sulfide exposure for a community with a high density of
industrial hog operations, 2007 Conference
of the International Society of Exposure Analysis, Durham, October 2007.
- Allshouse W, Serre M, Hall D, Mills K, Wing S. Spatiotemporal
Bayesian Maximum Entropy modeling of hydrogen sulfide concentrations using
data collected at different observation time scales near swine operations, 2007 Joint Statistical Meetings, Salt Lake City, July 2007. Poster Presentation.
- Allshouse WB, Serre ML, Pleil J, Rappaport SM. A
space/time particulate matter mass fraction framework for the assessment
of outdoor exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons after 9/11 in New
York City, 2006 International Conference on Environmental Epidemiology
and Exposure, Paris, September 2006. Poster Presentation.