Dr. Razieh Zandieh has joined the University of Manchester as a Lecturer in Urban design and Planning in 2017. She completed her PhD research on ‘Healthy urban planning: the influence of the built environment on older adults’ outdoor walking’ in 2017, at department of urban and regional planning and geo-information management, ITC, University of Twente, the Netherlands. She earned her Master’s Degree in Urban Design and her Bachelor’s Degree in Architectural Engineering. She has worked professionally as an urban designer and architect for five years, attended several conferences and published journal papers. She is available to supervise PhD students.
Member of Urban Design Group (UDG);
Member of Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA);
Design Council Expert (Specialist).
Education / academic qualifications
2017 - Doctor of Philosophy, Healthy Urban Planning: The Influence of The Built Environment on Older Adults' Outdoor Walking, University of Twente