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Kellogg School of Management
Clinical Assistant Professor of Management & Organizations, Associate Director, Research Assistant Professor Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems (NICO)

Adam Pah is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Kellogg School of Management and Organizations at Northwestern University. He also serves as the Associate Director of and an Assistant Research Professor at NICO, the Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems. He received his BS from Arizona State University, PhD from Northwestern University, and has worked industrially as a Data Scientist.

His research is interdisciplinary and covers a range of topics; however, his work is mainly concerned with healthcare, networks, and social phenomena. Specific projects that he is currently involved with are innovation adoption in physician networks, improving healthcare quality and cost through data-driven analysis, assessing the effects of missing information on social dynamics, and social contagion.

Education Ph.D., 2013, Biological Sciences, Northwestern University

B.S., 2008, Biosciences & Biotechnology, Arizona State University, Tempe, Summa Sum Laude

Academic Positions Postdoctoral Fellow, Chemical & Biological Engineering, Northwestern University, 2013-present

Postdoctoral Fellow, General Internal Medicine, Northwestern University, 2013-2014

Data Scientist, TTX Corporation, 2013-2013

Data Scientist, Datascope Analytics, 2012-2012

Visiting Scholar, The Donnelly Centre, University of Toronto, 2011-2011

Student Researcher, Arizona State University, The Biodesign Institute, 2004-2008

Honors and Awards Biotechnology Training Program Trainee, Northwestern University, 2009-2011

CBC Scholar, Chicago Biomedical Consortium, 2011-2012

President's Scholarship, Arizona State University, 2004-2008

Education Academic Positions Honors and Awards

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