|Degrees:||Masters in Urban and Regional planning (Science and Research University)|
Tina Ganji is a Ph.D. student in Geography and Environmental Studies at the University of Carleton. Her main research interest is the intersection of spatial analysis and rural healthcare systems. Currently, she is working on a research project where she is applying geographic methods for understanding model access to health care services for rural residents, focusing on high-resource health system users.
Tina has two years of work experience in areas such as GIS and Spatial Planning. In her work, she used spatial and network analysis to explore the gendered effects of commuting patterns and mobility issues within urban spaces