Frank Pagone, Ph.D.
Frank Pagone has 7 years of environmental health and safety education and research. Dr. Pagone received his B.S. from Purdue University and both his M.S. in Public Health – Industrial Hygiene and Ph.D. in Public Health from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). His graduate research focused on Human Health Risk Assessment and Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and he is certified in Geospatial Analysis and Visualization with a focus on GIS.
His research topics include environmental human health risk assessment including probabilistic risk assessment, exposure assessments and cancer risk analysis, and spatial statistics. Dr. Pagone has also consulted on data management and analysis including collection of population, health, employment, environmental risk/hazard, and housing data as well as taught a variety of topics including air and water quality and management, industrial hygiene, and statistics. Dr. Pagone has been involved with projects to evaluate industrial point-source emissions to residential receptor sites in surrounding communities for purposes of assessing risk for both cancer and non-cancer endpoints.