CHEPS Students Summer 2016


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Hassan Abbas

Program: Nursing Undergraduate

Project(s):

  • M-Safety Lab:  Enhancing Patient Safety through Cognition and Communication
  • SCOPES: Systems Concepts for the Optimization and Personalization of Endoscopy Scheduling
  • Surgical Instruments 

Conference Presentations, Posters, and Papers: 

  • 2015 Healthcare Systems Process Improvement (HSPI) Conference: “Patient Flow at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital”
  • The 2015 University of Michigan School of Nursing – Dean’s Research Day: “Patient Flow at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital”
  • The President’s Advisory Group Meeting: “Healthcare Policy and Implications for UMHS in the Era of Healthcare Reform” — (Student Panel)

Hometown: Dearborn Heights, Michigan

Email: hlabbas@umich.edu

 


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Katherine Adams

Program: IE Undergraduate

Project(s): IE Undergraduate

  • Improving Glaucoma Self-Management with Technology-Supported Counselors
  • Provider Scheduling

Email: kbadams3@asu.edu

 


Henry Ballout

Program: Organizational Studies, Pre-Med

Project(s):

  • Improving Glaucoma Self-Management with Technology-Supported Counselors
  • MEND Capacity Analysis
  • SCOPES: Systems Concepts for the Optimization and Personalization of Endoscopy Scheduling

Hometown: Detroit, Michigan

Email: haballou@umich.edu

 

 

 

 

 


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Jackson Bennett

Program: Environmental Engineering Undergraduate

Project(s):

  • Improving Glaucoma Self-Management with Technology-Supported Counselors
  • M-Safety Lab:  Enhancing Patient Safety through Cognition and Communication
  • SCOPES: Systems Concepts for the Optimization and Personalization of Endoscopy Scheduling

Hometown:

Email: benne105@purdue.edu

 


Jeremy Castaing

Program: IOE PhD 

Project(s):

  • Chemotherapy Infusion Outpatient Flow

Conference Presentations, Posters, and Papers:

  • CHEPS Symposium 2014: “Stochastic Optimization to Reduce Patient Wait Times in an Outpatient Infusion Center” (Poster)
  • INFORMS 2014: “Stochastic Optimization to Reduce Patient Wait Times in an Outpatient Infusion Center” (Presentation)
  • Engineering Graduate Symposium 2014: “Stochastic Optimization to Reduce Patient Wait Times in an Outpatient Infusion Center” (Poster)
  • CHEPS Symposium 2015: “Stochastic Optimization to Reduce Patient Wait Times in an Outpatient Infusion Center” (Poster)

Awards:

  • IOE Bonder Fellowship (2013)
  • Honorable Mention to Frank J. Redd Student Paper Competition, AIAA/USU Conference on Small Satellites (08/2014)
  • IOE Poster Competition First Prize, Engineering Graduate Symposium  (11/2014)

Hometown: Paris, France

Email: jctg@umich.edu

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Ajaay Chandrasekaran

Program: CSE Undergraduate

Project(s):

  • Chemotherapy Infusion Outpatient Flow
  • SCOPES: Systems Concepts for the Optimization and Personalization of Endoscopy Scheduling
  • STEREO: Simulation Tool for Evaluating Random Educational Opportunities

Conference Presentations, Posters, and Papers:

  • ISERC 2016: “Discrete Event Simulation of Outpatient Flow in a Phlebotomy Clinic” (Presentation)
  • UROP Symposium 2014: “Exploring Interaction between Public Spaces linked by an Audio-Video Connection” (Poster)
  • SHS HSPI Conference 2016: “Simulating Patient Flow through a Phlebotomy Clinic” (Poster) 

Awards:

  • EECS Scholar Award (March 2015)

Hometown: Novi, Michigan

Email: ajaay@umich.edu

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Wesley Chen

Program: IOE Undergraduate

Project(s):

  • M-Safety Lab:  Enhancing Patient Safety through Cognition and Communication
  • Provider Scheduling
  • Surgical Instruments

Email: weschen@umich.edu

 


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Cara Cheshire

Program: IOE Undergraduate

Project(s):

  • MEND Capacity Analysis 

Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio

Email: cchesh@umich.edu

 

 

 

 


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Alex Fauer

Program: Undergraduate Nursing ’17, Nursing PhD ’20

Project(s):

  • Bone Marrow Transplant Roadmap: Safer Health Care at Home
  • Chemotherapy Infusion Outpatient Flow
  • M-Safety Lab: Enhancing Patient Safety through Cognition and Communication

Conference Presentations, Posters, and Papers:

  • Fauer, A., Friese, C. (April, 2016). Plasma biomarkers associated with inflammation and female reproductive function: A review of literature. Poster presented at University of Michigan School of Nursing’s Dean’s research day in Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Fauer, A., Kunkle, H., Liu, Y. (April, 2014). Self-control and perceptions of the prototypical drinker. Poster presented at University of Michigan undergraduate research symposium, in Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Fauer, A., Kunkle, H. Liu, Y. (April, 2014). Self-control and perceptions of adolescent alcohol consumers in mass media. Poster presented at University of Michigan undergraduate research symposium, in Ann Arbor, MI.

Awards:

  • First Place Poster Prize, University of Michigan School of Nursing Dean’s Research Day 2016
  • Rita & Alex Hillman Scholarship in Nursing Innovation

Hometown: Macomb, MI

Email: ajfau@umich.edu

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Nasia Frattaroli

Program: MD Candidate

Project(s):

  • Analysis of Emergency Department-Based Protocol-Driven Pediatric Observation Care: Patient and Clinical Characteristics Associated with Effectiveness and Unexpected Outcomes

Hometown:

Email: nfratta@med.umich.edu

 


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Young-Chae Hong

Program: IOE PhD

Project(s):

  • Provider Scheduling

Conference Presentations, Posters, & Papers:

Hometown: Seoul, South Korea

Email: hongyc@umich.edu

 

 


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Christian Kavouras

Program: IOE Undergraduate

Project(s):

  • Improving Glaucoma Self-Management with Technology-Supported Counselors
  • Provider Scheduling

Awards:

  • Scholar Power Student Achievement Award

Hometown: Chicago, IL

Email: cdkavour@umich.edu

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Anna Learis

Program: IOE Undergraduate

Project(s):

Conference Presentations, Posters, and Papers: 

  • American Astronomical Society’s 225th Annual Meeting, Poster Presentation

Awards:

  • New York City Science and Engineering Fair Finalist
  • New York City Teen Poet of the Year 2015

Hometown: Brooklyn, NY and Easton, PA

Email: alearis@umich.edu

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Brian Lemay

Program: IOE PhD

Project(s):

  • Provider Scheduling
  • University of Colorado Block Scheduling

Conference Presentations, Posters, and Papers:

  • CHEPS Symposium 2014: “Operating Room and Ambulatory Clinic Scheduling Optimization” (Poster)
  • Taubman Institute Symposium 2014: “Operating Room and Ambulatory Clinic Scheduling Optimization” (Poster) 
  • Engineering Graduate Symposium 2015: “Scheduling Medical Residents with Conflicting Requests For Time Off” (Poster – 2nd Place)
  • CHEPS Symposium 2015: “Scheduling Medical Residents with Conflicting Requests For Time Off” (Poster)
  • INFORMS Annual Conference 2014: “Coordination of Surgical Blocks and Ambulatory Clinics at a Large Teaching Hospital” (Presentation)
  • Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference (ISERC) 2015: “Coordination of Surgical Blocks and Ambulatory Clinics at a Large Teaching Hospital” (Presentation) 
  • INFORMS Healthcare Annual Conference 2015: “Coordinated Scheduling of Operating Room and Clinic Time Blocks for Surgical Attendings” (Presentation)
  • INFORMS Annual Conference 2015: “Addressing Challenges of Scheduling Providers at Major Teaching Hospitals” (Presentation)

Awards:

  • Air Force Fellowship

Hometown: White Bear Lake, Minnesota 

Email: blemay@umich.edu

 

 


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John Li

Program: IOE Undergraduate

Project(s):

  • Chemotherapy Infusion Outpatient Flow
  • MEND Capacity Analysis
  • Provider Scheduling

Email: johnnyli@umich.edu

 


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Jonathon McCormick

Program: IOE Undergraduate

Project(s):

  • Chemotherapy Infusion Outpatient Flow
  • Provider Scheduling

Hometown: Harrison Township, Michigan

Email: jdmccorm@umich.edu

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Justin Moss

Program: CSE Undergraduate

Project(s):

  • Provider Scheduling
  • STEREO: Simulation Tool for Evaluating Random Educational Opportunities

Email: jaymo@umich.edu

 


Anna Munaco

Program: IOE Undergrad, Pre-Med
Project(s):

  • Bone Marrow Transplant Roadmap: Safer Health Care at Home
  • M-Safety Lab: Enhancing Patient Safety through Cognition and Communication
  • Provider Scheduling

Hometown: Farmington Hills, MI

Email: munacoa@umich.edu

 

 

 


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Elizabeth Olin

Program: HEPS Masters

Project(s):

  • Chemotherapy Infusion Outpatient Flow 
  • Improving Glaucoma Self-Management with Technology-Supported Counselors
  • University of Colorado Block Scheduling

Conference Presentations, Posters, and Papers:

  • CHEPS 2014 Symposium: “Predictive Modeling and Patient Flow at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital” (Poster)
  • CHEPS 2014 Symposium: “Operating Room and Ambulatory Clinic Scheduling Optimization” (Poster)
  • INFORMS 2014: “Predictive Modeling at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital” (Presentation)
  • CHEPS Symposium 2015: “Ensuring Timely Access and Adequate Capacity for an Endocrinology Clinic” (Poster) 
  • SHS Conference 2016: “Improving Patient Access to Endocrine Program for Morbidly Obese Patients” (Presentation) 
  • SHS Conference 2016: “Ensuring Timely Access and Adequate Capacity for an Endocrinology Clinic” (Poster) 

Hometown: Denver, Colorado

Email: oline@umich.edu

 


Abhilash Rao

Program: IOE Masters

Project(s):

  • Improving Glaucoma Self-Management with Technology-Supported Counselors
  • SCOPES: Systems Concepts for the Optimization and Personalization of Endoscopy Scheduling

Hometown: Bangalore, India

Email: raoabhi@umich.edu

 

 


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Donald Richardson

Program: IOE PhD

Project(s):

  • Chemotherapy Infusion Outpatient Flow

Conference Presentations, Posters, and Papers:

  • Healthcare Systems Process Improvement Conference 2016 Houston: “Improving Outpatient Flow in a Chemotherapy Infusion Center” (Poster and Presentation)
  • INFORMS Annual Meeting 2015 Philadelphia: “Determining an Optimal Schedule for Pre-mixing Chemotherapy Drugs” (Presentation)
  • Engineering Graduate Symposium 2015 University of Michigan “Determining an Optimal Schedule for Pre-mixing Chemotherapy Drugs” (Poster)
  • Center for Healthcare Engineering Symposium 2015: “Determining an Optimal Schedule for Pre-mixing Chemotherapy Drugs” (Poster)
  • INFORMS Healthcare 2015 Nashville: “Determining an Optimal Schedule for Pre-mixing Chemotherapy Drugs” (Presentation)
  • MARC U*STAR Undergraduate Seminar 2014 University of Maryland Baltimore County: “Collaborative Effort in the Advancement of the Current Healthcare System” 
    (Presentation)
  • Rackham Graduate School Summer Research Symposium 2013: “Collaborative Effort in the Advancement of the Current Healthcare System” (Poster)

Awards:

  • Rackham Merit Fellowship
  • Honorable Mention Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship

Hometown: Bowie, Maryland

Email: donalric@umich.edu

 

 


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Samantha Roth

Program: CSE Undergraduate

Project(s):

  • Chemotherapy Infusion Outpatient Flow
  • Provider Scheduling

Hometown:

Email: samroth@umich.edu

 


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Meng Sang

Program: IOE and Statistics Undergraduate

Project(s):

  • SCOPES: Systems Concepts for the Optimization and Personalization of Endoscopy Scheduling
  • Provider Scheduling

Hometown: Hangzhou, China

Email: sangm@umich.edu

 


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Roshun Sankaran

Program: Pre-Med

Project(s):

  • Bone Marrow Transplant Roadmap: Safer Health Care at Home
  • Improving Glaucoma Self-Management with Technology-Supported Counselors
  • M-Safety Lab:  Enhancing Patient Safety through Cognition and Communication
  • Provider Scheduling
  • STEREO: Simulation Tool for Evaluating Random Educational Opportunities
  • Surgical Instruments

Conference Presentations, Posters, and Papers:

  • SHS Healthcare Systems Process Improvement Conference 2015: “Using Simulation to Show the Impact of Variability on Training Transplant Surgeons” (Presentation)

Hometown: Columbus, Ohio

Email: roshuns@umich.edu

 

 


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Nina Scheinberg

Program: IOE Graduate

Project(s):

  • Surgical Instruments

Conference Presentations, Posters, and Papers:

  • HSPIC 2016, SHS: “A Systematic Approach to Improving the Reprocessing of Surgical Instruments” (Presentation)

Hometown: Northville, Michigan

Email: scheinni@umich.edu

 

 


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Erica Segre

Program: IOE Undergraduate

Project(s):

  • Operating Room Staff Scheduling Project

Hometown: Iowa City, IA

Email: emsegre@umich.edu

 


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Karmel Shehadeh

Program: IOE PhD

Project(s):

  • M-Safety Lab Projects
  • SCOPES: Systems Concepts for the Optimization and Personalization of Endoscopy Scheduling

Hometown: Amman, Jordan

Email: ksheha@umich.edu

Website: sites.google.com/site/karmelshehadeh

 

 


Eli Sherman

Program: EECS Undergraduate

Project(s):

  • Machine Learning in Pathology Test Utilization

Hometown: Bloomfield Township, Michigan 

Email: esherma@umich.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Pranjal Singh

Program: HEPS Masters

Project(s):

  • Chemotherapy Infusion Outpatient Flow
  • MEND
  • SCOPES: Systems Concepts for the Optimization and Personalization of Endoscopy Scheduling

Awards:

  • Bonder Masters Fellowship Program

Hometown: Downingtown, Pennsylvania 

Email: pranjsin@umich.edu

 

 

 


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Joseph Sorenson

Program: CSE Undergraduate

Project(s):

  • MEND Capacity Analysis
  • Improving Glaucoma Self-Management with Technology-Supported Counselors
  • Provider Scheduling

Hometown: Ann Arbor, MI

Email: jsoren@umich.edu

 


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Maite Van Hentenryck

Program: B.S. Neuroscience ‘16

Project(s):

  • Bone Marrow Transplant Roadmap: Safer Health Care at Home
  • M-Safety Lab:  Enhancing Patient Safety through Cognition and Communication
  • Surgical Instruments

Conference Presentations, Posters, and Papers: 

  • Brown University Summer Research Symposium: Characterization of sensory neurons expressing TRPV1 and CaV3.2 using whole-cell recording and optogenetic methods
  • Brown University Honors Thesis Poster Presentation: Characterization of CaV3.2-expressing sensory neurons using electrophysiology and immunohistochemistry techniques

Awards:

  • Fulbright Advanced Student Award
  • Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society
  • Sigma Xi Honor Society

Hometown: Providence, RI

Email: maite_van_hentenryck@brown.edu

 


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William Yang

Program: IOE Undergraduate

Project(s):

  • MEND Capacity Analysis
  • Provider Scheduling
  • SCOPES: Systems Concepts for the Optimization and Personalization of Endoscopy Scheduling

Email: wtyang@umich.edu

 


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Megan Yanik

Program: Medical Student

Project(s):

  • M-Safety Lab:  Enhancing Patient Safety through Cognition and Communication
  • Surgical Instruments

Email: mlyanik@med.umich.edu

 


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Bill Zhang

Program: HEPS Masters, Master of Healthcare Services Administration (School of Public Health)

Project(s):

  • Provider Scheduling
  • SCOPES: Systems Concepts for the Optimization and Personalization of Endoscopy Scheduling
  • Surgical Instruments

Conference Presentations, Posters, & Papers:

  • Process Optimization of Improved Delivery of Surgical Instruments
  • CHEPS Symposium 2015: “Data Strategy for Healthcare Providers and Payers under Pay-for-Performance” (Poster)
  • SHS Concerence 2016: “Simulating a Medical Observation Unit for a Pediatric Emergency Department” (Poster)
  • SHS Concerence 2016: “A Systematic Approach to Improving the Reprocessing of Surgical Instruments” (Poster)

Hometown: Chengdu, China

Email: xuanyazh@umich.edu