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School of Geography

Myles Gould Dr Myles Gould

Contact details

Room Manton, 10.116
School of Geography
University of Leeds
University Road
Leeds LS2 9JT   UK

Email:
m.i.gould

Telephone:
+44 (0) 113 34 33374

Student hours:
Summer vacation: Please make an appointment by email or in person.

Short CV

Present Position

  • Lecturer In Human Geography
  • Research Cluster Leader, Centre for Spatial Analysis and Policy (CSAP)
  • Admission Officer – BA Geography Programmes 

Previous Posts

  • Academic Integrity Officer (September 2011 – August 2014)
  • Examinations Officer - Taught Postgraduates (July 2009 – November 2012)  
  • GSS & Statistical Governance Manager (Secondment), The NHS Information Centre for Health and Social Care (Feb. 2006 – Jan 2007)
  • Programme Manager, Masters in Geography (MGEOG) – BA Arts & BSc Science pathways (August 2004 to July 2008)
  • Director of Open Distance Learning & Programme Manager MSc/PgD/PgC GIS for Business & Service Planning - ODL (2000-2004)
  • Lecturer in Health Services Research, Research & Development Support Unit, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust and School of Postgraduate Medicine, University of Portsmouth (1996-1998)
  • Research Associate, Department of Geography, University of Portsmouth (1993-1996)

Qualifications & Education

  • 1996 PhD, Department of Geography, University of Bristol
  • 1990 BA (Hons) Geography, Department of Geography, Portsmouth Polytechnic

Other Details

  • Fellow RGS(wIBG)
  • Fellow RSS
  • 1999-2000 Joint-editor of editor RGS/IBG Geography of Health Research Group Newsletter
  • 1995-1996 Joint-editor of editor RGS/IBG Quantitative Methods Research Group Newsletter
  • Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society
  • Member of the Radical Statistics Group

Interests

  • Geography of Health and Health Care
  • Residenial Movement and Segregation 
  • Multilevel Statistical Modelling
  • Geographical Data Analysis
  • Longitundinal Data Analysis
  • Census Data Analysis
  • Health Services Research (in particular Research Design, Statistical Analysis and Epidemiology)