Daniel Fuller | Post-Doctoral Fellow | daniel.fuller@usask.ca | @walkabilly
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I have a PhD in public health from the University of Montreal with a specialization in health promotion. I am currently a Canadian Institutes of Health Research and Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation post-doctoral fellow working in partnership with Dr. Cory Neudorf in the Department of Community Health & Epidemiology at the University of Saskatchewan and Dr. Erin Strumpf in the Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, McGill University. Broadly my research interests include population health, natural experiments, transportation and health inequalities. I am currently working on a number of grants including an international evaluation of the impact of public bicycle share programs on cycling and collisions in North America.

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Areas of Study

    Population Health
    Natural Experiments
    Transportation and Health
    Health Inequalities

Research Groups

    Centre Lea-Roback
    Sphere Lab
    SPHERU