Dr Stephen Verderber is Professor of Architecture and Adjunct Professor in Public Health at the University of Toronto. A Registered Architect in the US, he is the author of eight books on the topic of architecture, health, and society, and over ninety other peer-reviewed scholarly publications. His most recent books are Innovations in Transportable Healthcare Architecture (London: Routledge, 2016) and Innovations in Behavioural Health Architecture (London: Routledge, 2018). His first book, Healthcare Architecture in an Era of Radical Transformation (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000), has become a standard text. The principal investigator of numerous externally sponsored research projects and technical reports, he holds one of only two North American faculty cross-appointments between a University-based Architecture Faculty and a School of Public Health. Keynote speaker at numerous international conferences on healthcare architectural design, environmental design research, educational pedagogy, and health systems management. Recognized as a leading international specialist in health architecture, therapeutic environments, and evidence-based design research. Dr Verderber has received numerous awards for his contributions to the discipline and profession.
- Company:Daniel's School of Architecture, University of Toronto
- Short Bio: Professor of Architecture