Carl Higgs is a doctoral researcher in the Healthy Liveable Cities Lab of the Centre for Urban Research at RMIT University. With a background in cultural studies, spatial epidemiology, and computational statistics, through his PhD he is developing methods to support calculation and dissemination of spatial indicators of urban liveability using open data and an open science ethos, to support planners, policy makers and researchers to better understand, monitor and shape the impacts of the built environment on health and wellbeing.
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Importance of healthy liveable citiesResource category: Findings BriefDate
Research seminar: Creating healthy liveable cities: The journey of a research programResource category: VideosDate