Hüseyin is a public health researcher with experience in systems approaches, artificial intelligence and behaviour change. His research aims to innovate primary prevention of non-communicable diseases and health inequities.
He has a background in medicine and a PhD in public health, both from Istanbul University – Cerrahpasa. He led health promotion activities and a range of research and innovation projects in local health administrations in Istanbul. He thought public health and epidemiology courses alongside research at Istanbul Medipol University.
Currently, he is working at Queen's University Belfast on the SPACE project analysing causal pathways between environment, physical activity, and cognitive health in a complex urban system.
His works have been supported by the Turkish Green Crescent Society, Heart Research UK, The Alan Turing Institute, UK Research and Innovation, and numerous colleagues.
AREAS OF INTEREST
Healthy Cities, Non-Communicable Disease Prevention, Health Behaviours, Commercial Determinants of Health, Tobacco Control
Causal Inference, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Large Language Models, Data Mining, Social Media Listening, Infodemiology, Digital Epidemiology
Behavioural Change, Implementation Science
Systems Mapping, Network Analysis
Social Impact, Social Innovation