University of Florida: College of Health & Human Performance, Ph.D., 2015
University of South Carolina: Arnold School of Public Health, M.P.H., 2012
Olabisi Onabanjo University, M.S., 2007
- Postdoctoral Scholar (Department of Tourism, Recreation & Sports Management, College of Health & Human Performance, University of Florida)
My existing research uses spatial and non-spatial statistical models to broadly analyze tick-borne disease (TBD) risk, which extends to include TBD hazard identification, risk analysis, risk evaluation, and TBD risk control in human populations.
Anderson, K.R., Naaman, K., Omodior, E., Karikari, G., Pennington-Gray, L. and Omodior, O., 2020. Predicting Chikungunya disease personal protective behaviors: Results of a cross-sectional survey of US-Caribbean travelers. Health Promotion Perspectives, 10(1), p.43.
Omodior, O., Luetke, M., Kianersi, S. and Colón, A., 2020. Predictors of Tick Exposure Risk-Reduction Behavior in Indiana. Journal of Community Health, pp.1-9.
Kianersi, S., Luetke, M., Wolfe, C.G., Clark, W.A. and Omodior, O., 2020. Associations Between Personal Protective Measures and Self-Reported Tick-Borne Disease Diagnosis in Indiana Residents. Journal of Community Health, pp.1-12.
Anderson, K.R. and Omodior, O., 2020. A BDI Public Health Logic Model Approach to Recreation Programming. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration.
Omodior, O. and Ramos, W.D., 2019. Social Determinants of Health-Related Quality of Life: A Recreation Setting Analysis. Health promotion practice, p.1524839919827572.
Omodior, O., Kianersi, S. and Luetke, M., 2019. Spatial Clusters and Non-spatial Predictors of Tick-Borne Disease Diagnosis in Indiana. Journal of community health, 44(6), pp.1111-1119.
Luetke, M., Omodior, O. and Nelson, E.J., 2019. Zika knowledge and prevention practices among US travelers: a large cross-sectional survey study. BMC public health, 19(1), p.1217.
Nelson, E.J., Luetke, M.C., McKinney, C. and Omodior, O., 2019. Knowledge of the sexual transmission of Zika virus and preventive practices against Zika virus among US travelers. Journal of community health, 44(2), pp.377-386.
Omodior, O., Kianersi, S. and Luetke, M., 2019. Prevalence of Risk and Protective Factors for Tick Exposure and Tick-Borne Disease Among Residents of Indiana. Journal of public health management and practice: JPHMP.
Omodior, O., Luetke, M.C. and Nelson, E.J., 2018. Mosquito-borne infectious disease, risk-perceptions, and personal protective behavior among US international travelers. Preventive medicine reports, 12, pp.336-342.
Donohoe, H., Omodior, O. and Roe, J., 2018. Tick-borne disease occupational risks and behaviors of Florida Fish, Wildlife, and Parks Service employees–A health belief model perspective. Journal of outdoor recreation and tourism, 22, pp.9-17.
Omodior, O., Pennington-Gray, L., Holland, S., Thapa, B. and Kiousis, S., 2017. Chikungunya disease awareness among US travelers to caribbean destinations. International Journal of Travel Medicine and Global Health, 5(1), pp.20-27.
Omodior, O., Pennington-Gray, L. and Thapa, B., 2017. Modeling insect-repellent use for chikungunya disease prevention among US-Caribbean travelers. International Journal of Travel Medicine and Global Health, 5(4), pp.125-134.
Donohoe, H., Pennington-Gray, L. and Omodior, O., 2015. Lyme disease: Current issues, implications, and recommendations for tourism management. Tourism Management, 46, pp.408-418.
Liu, B., Pennington-Gray, L., Donohoe, H. and Omodior, O., 2015. New York City bed bug crisis as framed by tourists on TripAdvisor. Tourism Analysis, 20(2), pp.243-250.
Omodior, O., Pennington-Gray, L. and Donohoe, H., 2015. Efficacy of the theory of planned behavior in predicting the intention to engage in tick-borne disease personal protective behavior amongst visitors to an outdoor recreation center. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 33(2).
Omodior, O., Donohoe, H. (2015). Cote d’ Ivoire, tourism. In J. Jafari & H. Xiao (eds.), Encyclopedia of Tourism, Springer, 10.1007/978-3-319-01669-6_646-1.