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Health Systems Research

ISE is making a difference in health system quality and effectiveness through a multidisciplinary research approach that cuts across traditional areas in ISE to include faculty in service systems (Li Lin), human factors (Ann Bisantz, Lora Cavuoto, Victor Paquet) and operations research (Murat Kurt, Alex Nikolaev).

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Galindo Dissertation is Award Finalist

PhD Alumane Gina Galindo has been selected as a finalist for the 2014 INFORMS Section on Location Analyis (SOLA)-Air Products Dissertation Award.

Professor Zhuang receives Military OR Research Award

Associate Professor Jun Zhuang was recently awarded the Military Operations Research Journal Award for 2014 (for the the best paper published in 2013 in the journal Military Operations Research, jointly awarded by the INFORMS' Military Applications Society and the Military Operations Research Society).

Professor Cavuoto's Research On Obesity Featured

Research by Assistant Professor Lora Cavuoto was recently featured in in a press release by the American Industrial Hygiene Association. Her study found that workers who are obese may have significantly shorter endurance times when performing workplace tasks, compared with non-obese counterparts.


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ISE Alumni Highlight (more highlights)

Gina M. Galindo Pacheco, PhD 2013, Professor, Universidad del Norte, Colombia

Gina M. Galindo-Pacheco is Professor of Industrial Engineering at Universidad del Norte, Colombia. She received her Bachelor degree in Industrial Engineering from Universidad del Norte, Colombia, in 2006. She also received her Master degree from Universidad del Norte, in 2006, and Ph.D. from The State University of New York at Buffalo (SUNY@Buffalo), in 2013. Her research interests are primarily related to humanitarian logistics, stochastic models, and quality control. She has earned several distinctions such as a Fulbright scholarship to study her Ph.D.