GEAR Lab receives a new grant to track social and governmental responses to Covid-19

GEAR Lab will analyze the changing community responses to the spread of COVID-19 in the U.S. and examine its health and socioeconomic impacts through the new project funded by the Texas A&M Institute of Data Science. The project is one of the inaugural awardees of the TAMIDS Data Resource Development Program.

The research team consists of:

Lei Zou (PI)Department of Geography

Jian Tao (Co-PI), Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station

Ali Mostafavi (Co-PI), Departmental of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Nick Duffield (Consultant), the Texas A&M Institute of Data Science