Mark T. Roberts, Ph.D.
Mark Roberts, Ph.D., specializes in quantitative and geospatial analyses in emergency management, disaster resilience, infrastructure/supply chain systems, and public health. Roberts serves as research analysts in CNA's Center for Homeland Security and Infrastructure Resilience. His recent research topics include pre-COVID-19 health security and pandemic preparedness planning, hurricane scenario development for a Gulf infrastructure impact and resilience workshop, natural disaster analysis and emergency management, and GIS application development and analysis.
Roberts earned his Ph.D. in geography from Oregon State University, a M.P.H. in global environmental health from Emory University, a B.S. in earth sciences from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, and is a certified geographic information systems professional.
Homeland Security and Emergency Management Team