Roy Whitmore, PhD, is a senior statistician who joined RTI in 1980. He is expert in design and analysis of complex sample surveys. His primary areas of application have been human exposure assessment surveys and postsecondary education studies. He recently was principal investigator for an EPA STAR grant that developed a data collection platform for human exposure-related behaviors, including time/activity/location/exertion-level data, dietary data, and data on use of consumer products. He was sampling task leader for such high-visibility EPA studies as the EPA Region 5 field test of the National Human Exposure Assessment Survey. He has served as task leader for sampling, weighting, imputation, and reporting for several postsecondary education surveys for the National Center for Education Statistics. He has published in the Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology, Environmental Health Perspectives, Environmental Science and Technology, Atmospheric Environment, Journal of Official Statistics, and Journal of the American Statistical Association.
PhD, Statistics, Texas A&M University; MS, Mathematics, Texas Tech University; BS, Mathematics, Texas Tech University.
Mosquin, P., Whitmore, R.W., & Chen, W. (May 2012)
Phillips, M.J., Rodes, C.E., Thornburg, J.W., Whitmore, R.W., Vette, A.F., & Williams, R.W. (Nov 2010)
Ott, W.R., Steinemann, A.C. & Wallace, L.A. (Eds.) (Jan 2007)
Knapp, L.G., Kelly-Reid, J.E., Whitmore, R.W., Wu, S., Gallego, L., Cong, J., Berzofsky, M., Huh, S., Levine, B., et al. (Mar 2005)
Whitmore, R.W., Pellizzari, E.D., Zelon, H.S., Michael, L.C., & Quackenboss, J.J. (Jan 2005)