Dr. Meza's research interests lie at the interface of epidemiology, biostatistics and biomathematics. The goal of his research program is to characterize the impact of disease prevention and control interventions, informing stakeholders and policy makers as to the most effective and efficient ways to improve population health. In particular, he is interested in cancer risk assessment and the analysis of cancer epidemiology data using mechanistic models of carcinogenesis. He is also interested in the mathematical modeling of chronic and infectious disease dynamics and its applications in disease prevention public health policy design. Dr. Meza is Coordinating Principal Investigator of the Cancer Intervention and Surveillance Modeling Network (CISNET) lung group and Principal Investigator of the Center for the Assessment of Tobacco Regulations (CAsToR).
- Ph.D., Applied Mathematics, University of Washington
- B.Sc., Applied Mathematics, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico