Assistant Professor, Department of Analytics and Operations, NUS Business School
Visiting Scholar, Technology and Operations Management Unit, Harvard Business School
My research interests are in the domains of Healthcare Analytics and Supply Chain Management. In the first domain, I'm interested in understanding how mathematical models can be applied to real-world problems in healthcare in order to inform, improve, and enhance medical decision-making and health policy. In the second, I'm interested in understanding how new business models, enabled by digital technology, can be harnessed to unlock hidden efficiencies in supply chains. I also have methodological interests in optimization theory and co-created Robust Optimization Made Easy (ROME), a software package for modeling robust optimization problems.
Previous academic appointments:
2014-2017: Assistant Professor, Harvard Business School