Vincent Kuuire is an assistant professor in the department of geography, geomatics, and environment at U of T Mississauga. His research examines immigrant integration dynamics in Canada, particularly, the various forms of immigration transnational activities.  

Additionally, Kuuire’s research interests include health geography, environment and health, non-communicable diseases and healthcare disparities in sub-Saharan Africa.  

As a 2019 Canada Research Chair, Kuuire’s research explores the links between migration, well-being and population health. His research program aims to improve migration and health policies. 

Kuuire participates in the urbanization, transportation and health research cluster in the department of geography, geomatics and environment at U of T Mississauga, where he explores the intersections of social and political factors through a multidisciplinary lens.


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