University of Colorado Denver
My research focuses on spatial statistics and data analysis, with methodological
development in the contexts of regional data and geostatistics. I have applied spatial
methods and computational tools to address a variety of problems in epidemiology,
climate events, and public health. I am interested in developing statistical methods to
identify unusual and abnormal spatial and spatio-temporal responses, detect clusters,
and make spatial prediction.
French, Joshua P., Mohammad Meysami, Lauren M. Hall, Nicholas E. Weaver, Minh C. Nguyen, and Lee Panter. "A comparison of spatial scan methods for cluster detection." Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation (2022): 1-30.
Meysami, Mohammad, Joshua P. French, and Ettie M. Lipner. "Estimating the optimal population upper bound for scan methods in retrospective disease surveillance." Biometrical Journal 63, no. 8 (2021): 1633-1651.
Yang, Hui, Mohammad Meysami, and Alex Meisami. "A rising market and capital structure decisions." Universal Journal of Accounting and Finance 5.4 (2017): 102-108.