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Roger Antabe

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Assistant Professor



Roger Antabe is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health and Society at University of Toronto Scarborough and is also cross appointment to the Graduate Department of Geography and Planning. His research interest spans the Global North and South with special emphasis on population health inequalities, health care access, and utilization of health services among marginalized populations. Before joining the Department of Health and Society, Dr Antabe served as a postdoctoral fellow in the Faculty of Community Services at Ryerson University where his research interrogated the HIV vulnerability and resilience of self-identified heterosexual men of African, Caribbean, and Black descent in Ontario, Canada. His research focus in Canada is on the poor health outcomes of racialized populations and immigrants, particularly their HIV exposure at the nexus of behavioral and structural risk factors. Dr Antabe is passionate about community engagement and mobilization and is currently involved in some ongoing projects that seek to promote health equity for vulnerable groups.

Dr. Roger Antabe received his PhD in Health Geography from the Department of Geography and Environment at Western University. He is an alumnus of University of Ghana’s Department of Geography and Resource Development.


Ph.D, Health Geography (University of Western Ontario)

M.A, Health Geography (University of Western Ontario)

B.A, Geography and Resource Development, with a minor in Philosophy (University of Ghana)