PhD studentship at UCL exploring links between built environment and health

Job Description

One three-year studentship for a UK candidate with strong spatial data analytical skills beginning in September 2023. The candidate will need to apply to the Architectural Space & Computation MPhil/PhD programme at The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, where s/he will be supported in developing a broad characterisation of Bradford’s spatial geography, in order to analyse the relationship between mental health and factors such as access to green space, proximity to local high streets, or social connectivity. Access to data on the health of children in Bradford will be provided by the Born in Bradford project. The research will contribute to the development of built environment indicators for the Connected Bradford project, which links up routine health, social and educational data on over 530,000 Bradford residents.

Further information can be found here and also by emailing Professor Laura Vaughan