Mikiko Terashima, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the School of Planning in the Faculty of Architecture and planning at Dalhousie University. She has a cross appointment in Community Health & Epidemiology. Throughout her research work, Mikiko has focused on spatial analysis of health and social inequalities, linking research on social inequality in health and urban and regional planning, Indicators of Health Opportunity Structures (IHOPS) as a tool to measure healthy communities and predict needs for planning and public health interventions, and accessible community design. Mikiko is a recipient of the Canadian Institute of Health Research Postdoctoral Fellowship.
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