MAP | Research Associate
Victor Ngo is an urban planner, researcher, and consultant. He is currently a Research Associate in the Health & Community Design Lab at the University of British Columbia (UBC)’s School of Population and Public Health. Victor’s work focuses on advancing sustainable development in cities and communities through evidence-based policy and design solutions. He has over five years of interdisciplinary and applied research experience specializing in the areas of climate change mitigation and adaptation, active transportation, healthy community design, and geospatial applications for planning, urban design, and real estate.
BA (2013) Geography – The University of British Columbia
MAP (2016) Community and Regional Planning – The University of British Columbia
At the HCD Lab, Victor is responsible for statistical and GIS analysis, graphic design and report layout, and website administration.