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Systems Modeling and Optimization

Malone researchers model and evaluate processes and systems related to health care. Working with clinicians, they aim to understand complex interactions between patients and caregivers, streamline hospital operations, enhance patient safety, and inform organizational strategies and policy-making.

Researchers

Narges Ahmidi

Narges Ahmidi

Adjunct Assistant Research Scientist
Anton Dahbura

Anton Dahbura

Executive Director, Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute (JHUISI)
Richard Day

Richard Day

Senior Director, Systems Engineering and Mission, Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety
Kimia Ghobadi

Kimia Ghobadi

John C. Malone Assistant Professor of Civil and Systems Engineering
Ayse Gurses

Ayse P. Gurses

Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
Jeremiah Hinson

Jeremiah Hinson

Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
Scott Levin

Scott Levin

Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
Diego Martinez

Diego A. Martinez

Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
Simon Mathews

Simon Mathews

Assistant Director, Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality at Johns Hopkins Bayview
Rajat Mittal

Rajat Mittal

Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Phillip Phan

Phillip Phan

Alonzo and Virginia Decker Professor, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
Sauleh Siddiqui

Sauleh Siddiqui

Assistant Professor, Departments of Civil and Systems Engineering and Applied Mathematics & Statistics

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