Pyle, Gerald F.
PYLE, Gerald F.
PYLE, Gerald F. American, b. 1937. Genres: Demography, Medicine/ Health. Career: Rand McNally, Chicago, IL, research cartographer, 1962-64; Encyclopedia Britannica, Chicago, research geographer, 1964-65; University of Chicago, Center for Urban Studies, staff cartographer, 1965-70; University of Akron, OH, assistant professor of geography, 1970-73, associate professor of geography and urban studies, 1973-78, professor of urban studies, 1978- 80; University of North Carolina at Charlotte, professor of geography and earth sciences, 1980-96, professor of epidemiology, 1995-, professor of health behavior and administration, 2002-. University of South Carolina, visiting associate professor, 1977; Macquarie University (Sydney, Australia), visiting fellow, 1988; Queen's College (Charlotte, NC), adjunct professor, 1990; International Symposium on Medical Geography, organizer and conference director, 1992. Publications: Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke in Chicago: A Geographical Analysis with Facilities Plans for 1980, 1971; (with others) The Spatial Dynamics of Crime, 1974; Applied Medical Geography, 1979; (ed.) New Directions in Medical Geography, 1980; The Diffusion of Influenza: Patterns and Paradigms, 1986; (with G.W. Shannon and R.L. Bashshur) The Geography of AIDS, 1991; (with Shannon) Atlas of Disease and Health Care in the United States, 1993. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: Dept of Health Behavior and Administration, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC 28223, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]