Jason Massey, MPH

Associate Scientist II, Cancer Disparity Research

Why I Work at the ACS

“Joining the American Cancer Society (ACS) gave me the opportunity to pursue my dreams of conducting geospatial research while also helping to fight inequities in health care." 

At ACS since 2021

Research focus and accomplishments

As an Associate Scientist II in the Surveillance & Health Services Research Program at the American Cancer Society (ACS), Jason Massey, MPH, conducts and collaborates on research focused on cancer disparities that emphasizes both geospatial research and data analysis.

Prior to joining the ACS, he worked at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as a Birth Defects Epidemiology ORISE fellow.

He was a member of the Spatial and Environmental Statistics for Epidemiologic Research (SPENSER) group at Emory and the networking co-chair for the Built Environment Work Group (BEWG) at the CDC.

Published Examples

For samples of Jason's work, see his Spatial Portfolio.



  • MPH: Epidemiology, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, 2020
  • BS: Math, North Carolina State University, 2013