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Guillaume Lamé, PhD - Lecturer/Assistant Professor, Industrial Engineering Department, CentraleSupélec


Qualifications

  • PhD - Paris Saclay University (2017).
  • MSc in Industrial Engineering - Ecole Centrale Paris (2014).
  • Engineering diploma - Ecole Centrale Paris (2014).

Positions held

  • 2019- : Lecturer/Assistant Professor, Industrial Engineering Department, CentraleSupélec.
  • 2019- : Visiting Researcher, The Healthcare Improvement Studies Institute (THIS Institute), University of Cambridge.
  • 2017-19: Research Associate, The Healthcare Improvement Studies Institute (THIS Institute), University of Cambridge.
  • 2015-17: Doctoral Researcher and Teaching Assistant, CentraleSupélec.
  • 2014: Research Assistant, Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment/CentraleSupélec.

Research interests

My research lies at the intersection of industrial engineering, operations management and health services research. I focus on three main themes:

  • Improving patient pathways, particularly in cancer care.
  • Quality and safety of care, in relationship with the organisation of medical and healthcare work.
  • The role of engineering in health services, specifically how design thinking and prototyping can be promoted in a hospital environment.

 

Teaching

I teach operations and supply chain management to engineering students.

 

Services to the scientific community

I am an area editor for the journal Health Systems, where I also co-edit a special issue on participatory systems methods in healthcare improvement (call for papers).

I am a member of the Operational Research Society and the Design Society. I serve on the steering committee of the Design Society's Special Interest Group on Health Systems Design.

 

 

 


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Journal articles1 document

  • Emmanuelle Kempf, Guillaume Lamé, Richard Layese, Sonia Priou, Gilles Chatellier, et al.. New cancer cases at the time of SARS-Cov2 pandemic and related public health policies: A persistent and concerning decrease long after the end of national lockdown. European Journal of Cancer, Elsevier, 2021, 150, pp.260-267. ⟨10.1016/j.ejca.2021.02.015⟩. ⟨hal-03172913⟩