Dr. Daniel Rainham
Associate Professor in Health Promotion
Daniel is an Associate Professor in the School of Health and Human Performance in the Faculty of Health and holds several cross-appointments in Community Health and Epidemiology, the College of Sustainability, the Schools of Planning and Resource and Environmental Studies, and is the former Director of the Environmental Science program. He is also a Senior Research Scholar with the Healthy Populations Institute, is Co-Lead of the Creating Sustainable Health Systems in a Climate Crisis project, and is an Associate Scientist with the Maritime SPOR Support Unit in the Faculty of Medicine.
His research is focused at the nexus of population health science, environmental epidemiology and health geography, with a emphasis on people-environment interactions and health behaviours, the health benefits of nature contact in health promotion, and technological innovations in wearable data capture and spatial analytics.
Ph.D. in Population Health Science, University of Ottawa
M.Sc. in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, university of Alberta