Dohyeong Kim is an Associate Professor of Public Policy, Political Economy and Geographic Information Sciences. He also serves as the head of the Geospatial Health Research Group. His research interests include:
- Global health and safety
- Geospatial health and public policy
- Environmental health and disaster planning
- Spatiotemporal big data analysis and machine learning
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A Meta-Regression Analysis of the Effectiveness of Mosquito Nets for Malaria Control: The Value of Long-Lasting Insecticide Nets Long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs) have been widely used as an effective alternative to conventional insecticide-treated nets (ITNs) for over a decade. Due to the growing number of field trials and interventions reporting ...
Understanding Needs and Barriers to Using Geospatial Tools for Public Health Policymaking in China Despite growing popularity of using geographical information systems and geospatial tools in public health fields, these tools are only rarely implemented in health policy management in China. This study examines the ...
In spite of the increasing efforts to gather spatial data in developing countries, the use of maps is mostly for visualization of health indicators rather than informed decision-making. Various spatial tools can aid ...