Research Associate II
Caleb Parker is a Research Associate II in the Global Health Research division of FHI 360. He has 10 years of experience providing support to advance health programs and research projects through mapping and spatial analyses using GIS (geographic information systems), as well as through qualitative analysis and data visualization.
Parker also serves as a researcher on the FHI 360 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) team, and is a thought leader under the Research and Evaluation Strategic Initiative. He has a background in cultural geography, and is interested in how spatial analyses that use existing data can support the implementation and decision-making process of health programs, including the creation of spatial models of health care access that integrate human behavior.
Parker has both a Bachelor’s of Arts and a Master’s of Arts in the social sciences discipline of Geography from East Carolina University.