Dr. Vincent Kuuire


My Research Interests

I am an Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of Toronto Mississauga. My research examines immigrant integration dynamics in Canada. I am particularly interested in exploring the connections between various forms of immigrant transnational activities and integration. I also study migration as a livelihood diversification strategy in the context of rapidly changing agro-ecological conditions in North- western Ghana. In addition to migration, my research in health geography examines topics such as environment and health, non-communicable diseases as well as healthcare access disparities in sub- Saharan Africa.

I participate in the following research clusters:

Urbanization, Transportation & Health

Graduate Student Recruitment

I am currently seeking graduate students interested in any of the following research areas: Immigrant health and wellbeing in Canada; Transnational engagements and immigrant integration in Canada; Health care access in sub-Saharan Africa (particularly older people’s access to health care); Connections between urbanization, economic transformation and non-communicable diseases in sub-Saharan Africa. I may also be willing to supervise students with general interests in health and migration geographies. Potential students are encouraged to contact me to discuss their research ideas and interests.

Dr. Vincent Kuuire

EMAIL: vincent.kuuire@utoronto.ca

PHONE: 905 905 828 5299

Davis Building, Room 3278
3359 Mississauga Road
Mississauga, ON. L5L 1C6