University of Bath - School of Management - Centre for Healthcare Improvement and Innovation - Members


Bath Centre for Healthcare Innovation + Improvement

University of Bath School of Management

Research associates

Dr Gozdem Dural Selcuk

Gozdem is Analyst-in-Residence at the Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Gozdem received her PhD in the area of Production/Operation Management and Quantitative Methods in the Department of Business Administration at Hacettepe University, Turkey. She has an MBA degree from Bilkent University, Turkey and she holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Middle East Technical University (METU), Turkey.

She has worked as a research assistant and got teaching experience in Department of Management at METU after gaining professional experience in the private sector for 3 years. She worked as a scholar in a research project of stochastic inventory control and she was also involved in the Turkey Burden of Disease Project as a researcher.

Mr Neophytos (Neo) Stylianou

Neo is a Researcher in Residence at the Royal United Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Neo, a Research in Residence at the Royal United Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, has recently submitted his PhD thesis titled "Harnessing patient data to evolve burn injury services", in the field of Health Informatics and Health Services Research, at the University of Manchester. His research focuses on utilising data to improve burn injury health services in the UK's health system.

Neo holds an MPH from Imperial College London and a BSc in Biomedical Science from the University of Essex. He has worked as a biomedical scientist in an NHS laboratory at Basildon and Thurrock hospital. He also held the position of Research Assistant at the Cyprus University of Technology, where he investigated the burden of family carers of dementia patients. For the last year he has been working as a Public Health Intelligence Analyst at Public Health England. His main research interest lies in using data for the improvement of health services, focusing on clinical epidemiology, prediction modelling and health policy evaluation.

Dr Panagiotis Manolitzas

Panagiotis works on Modelling the impacts of Atrial Fibrillation management on whole health and social care systems.

Panagiotis' research interests lie in the areas of computer simulation, decision support systems for healthcare, health services research, patient satisfaction, process mining and multiple criteria analysis. He holds a Bachelor in Public Administration and an MSc in Public Management from the University of Athens, and a PhD in Operational Research from the Technical University of Crete, Greece. Panagiotis has developed four Decision Support Systems for health care organizations as part of his PhD research and has already published widely.

He has worked a research scientist at the Decision Support Systems Laboratory of the Technical University of Crete (TUC) in Greece. In addition to his research efforts, Panagiotis has taught in a number of top universities a range of topics including Health Management at the University of Athens and Health Care Management and Health Information Systems at the MSc program 'Management of Health and Social Welfare Services' of the European Cyprus University.