College of Medicine

Research Area(s)

  • Public Health
  • Physical Activity
  • Healthy Cities
  • Machine Learning
  • Human Activity Recognition


Daniel Fuller is a Principal Investigator on the INTERventions, Research, and Action in Cities (INTERACT) team. His research is focused on using wearable technologies to study physical activity, transportation interventions, and equity in urban spaces. Dan has an MSc in Kinesiology from the University of Saskatchewan, a PhD in Public Health from Université de Montréal. Dan is the Neighbourhood Factors Team co-lead of the Canadian Urban Environmental Health (CANUE) Research Consortium. He spends free time chasing his two rambunctious kids, and relives his youth playing recreational basketball on Mondays and Wednesdays.