Simon Kingham spends 3 days a week at the University of Canterbury where he is Professor of Geography. His research and teaching interests primarily focus on the impact of the urban environment on individual and community health and wellbeing. Much of his research uses geospatial science including some done through the GeoHealth Laboratory, of which he is the Director. His research is generally applied and carried out with end users with a strong community engagement focus.
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