I am a GIScience researcher with a broad range of interests including health informatics, critical GIScience and epistemology and ontology.
I began my career in critical GIScience and morphed into a health geographer over past decade. Despite falling into a neat box at the present time, I still write occasional papers that fall into the broad category of human geography. I am running multiple projects in areas as diverse as global health and health and the built urban environment. There are three themes that animate all of my research: spatial access to health services; health surveillance; volunteered geographic information; and the influence of the environment on health events. I have an active lab that hosts seven graduate students. We work together as a team; this approach has led to a very productive environment.