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Biography

NUS Institute of Systems Science
President''s Assistant Professor

Education Qualifications

  • Ph.D., Business Administration, Stanford University, Graduate School of Business
  • MSc, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, USA
  • BSc, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, USA

Research Interest

  • Medical Decision-making
  • Healthcare Operations
  • Health Policy
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Robust Optimization

Academic Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Harvard Business School, 2014 - 2017

Membership & Professional Activities

  • Member, INFORMS Professional Society
  • Co-Chair, 2015 Pierskalla Award Committee

Societal Impact

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Media (TV, newspapers, magazines)* - How Hiding Products From Customers Can Ultimately Boost Sales, Forbes/HBS Working Knowledge, 13 March 2017
- One life, two donated organs and $5.7 million in bills – a tale of superbugs’ deadly costs, Reuters.com, 18 November 2016
- Pa. grades hospitals on complications after knee, hip replacements, Philly.com, 3 May 2016
- Study: Stressful Jobs Make Life Shorter, The Atlantic, 29 October 2015
- Your job is literally ''killing'' you, Washington Post, 28 October 2015
- Stress at work is just as bad as secondhand smoke, CNN.com, 4 September 2015
- Study says work stress is as bad as secondhand smoke, Boston.com, 27 August 2015
- How Stressful Work Environments Hurt Workers’ Health, New York Times, 25 August 2015
- 5 Job-Related Stressors That Are More Likely To Kill You Than Secondhand Smoke, Huffington Post, 4 March 2015
- The alarming, long-term consequences of workplace stress, The Atlantic, 12 February 2015
- Workplace Stress Responsible For Up To $190B In Annual U.S. Healthcare Costs, Forbes/HBS Working Knowledge, 26 January 2015


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