I am a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Decision, Risk, and Operations Division at Columbia Business School, working with Professor Carri Chan.
My research investigates how organizations can be more resilient when facing supply chain disruptions, with a particular focus on healthcare supply chains. Recently, I am also interested in studying the implications of demographic disruptions, such as the aging population, and technological disruptions, like AI disease prediction.
I earned a PhD from Questrom School of Business, Boston University, advised by Professor Anita Carson. My dissertation studies pharmaceutical supply chain disruptions and their impact on buyers’ behaviors, medication errors, and manufacturers' market share.
I am on the 2023-2024 job market.
[09/02/23] My job market paper, Time to Recover Market Share, is selected for presentation at the 2023 Workshop for Empirical Research in Operations Management, at the Wharton School.
[08/28/23] Our paper Stockpiling at the Onset of the COVID-19 Pandemic has been accepted for publication at Management Science!
[06/15/23] New Paper! Our paper Linking Medication Errors to Supply Chain Disruptions is now available here.