2nd-year PhD student in Computer Information Systems at the Center for Process Innovation. She is u sing interdisciplinary theories and complementary methods (e.g., structural equation modeling, fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA), agent-based modeling and text mining) to study digital innovation.
PhD candidate in Information Systems at the Center for Process Innovation, Georgia State University.
His dissertation focuses on the impacts of digital technology on innovation, entrepreneurship, and productivity.
Fifth-year PhD student and the 2CI HIT Fellowship recipient. His research interests center on administrative technologies in healthcare and their promise in increasing efficiency of revenue management in hospitals. His other, forthcoming, work incorporates political science theories in the study of the governance web 2.0 phenomena and how it impacts innovation in healthcare. He will be joining Virginia Tech as an Assistant Professor in Summer, 2018.