Dr Nicole Baur

Associate Research Fellow


Extension: 3363

Telephone: 01392 723363

My research interests are situated at the interface of spatial and environmental humanities and the social sciences. More specifically, I work at the intersection of geography, social sciences, and medicine. From a background as a health geographer, my active research to date has covered various aspects of spatial practices and environmental impacts on health and well-being. Space and place are the focus of my research and key themes encompassed the spatial distribution of diseases, spatial practices in psychiatric institutions, as well as geographical dimensions of health inequalities. My main approach has been from interdisciplinary perspectives, resulting in fruitful collaborations across academic disciplines and with community organisations and charities.