Meet our Faculty

Health Promotion & Socio-behavioural Health Sciences

Candace Nykiforuk, professor

As a health geographer, Candace Nykiforuk's work focuses on people, the places in which they live and how those places influence their health.

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Kim Raine, professor

Kim Raine's research explores the ways in which social conditions and people’s behaviours (particularly food and eating behaviours) interact to transmit obesity, and chronic diseases through social means.

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Kate Storey, assistant professor

Kate Storey's research focuses on school- and community-based strategies to promote healthy weights and prevent chronic diseases.

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