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Jeff Clement

PhD Candidate
Information & Decision Sciences

Education:

  • PhD 2023 (Expected)
    Information and Decision Sciences
  • MBA 2014
    University of Maryland, R.H. Smith School of Business
  • Bachelor of Science 2008
    Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) 2021
    Nationally Registered, Licensed in MN

Expertise:

  • AI-Augmented Decision-Making
  • Professional Teams
  • Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Industries
  • Emergency/Prehospital Care
  • Military and Defense

Biography

My dissertation is focused on the interactions between experts and AI/machine learning systems, specifically how AI explanations impact how healthcare providers incorporate AI recommendations into care decisions.  I have a related project looking at how AI impacts the doctor-patient relationship, and several smaller projects that use pharmaceutical prescription data to evaluate questions related to medical decisions and outcomes. 

I utilize mixed methods in my research, drawing on rigorous qualitative (interviews, shadowing) and quantitative (experiments, econometrics/statistics) techniques. 

My corporate experience includes several years in the healthcare industry as a Brand Manager and Marketing Director, focusing on the intersection of clinical and commercial aspects of special care and rare disease management. Prior to working in industry, I was an officer in the United States Marine Corps. I deployed to Afghanistan twice, first as a platoon commander and then as an operations planning officer. 


Selected Works & Activities.

  • Working Papers
    Clement J, Ren Y and Curley S. "Increasing System Transparency About Medical AI Recommendations May Not Improve Clinical Experts’ Decision Quality." Under Review.
  • Working Papers
    Clement J and Bhattacharya S. "Misleading Claims of Effective Pharmaceutical Marketing Regulation? An Empirical Investigation of FDA Letters Using Comprehensive Prescription Claims Data"
  • Working Papers
    Shekhar A and Clement J. "Time Savings Associated With Lights & Siren Use by Ambulances on US Roads: A Meta-Analysis". Under Review.
  • Journal Articles
    Clement J and Maldonado AQ (2021) Augmenting the Transplant Team With Artificial Intelligence: Toward Meaningful AI Use in Solid Organ Transplant. Front. Immunol. 12:694222.
  • Journal Articles
    Clement J, Jacobi M, Greenwood BN. (2021) Patient access to chronic medications during the Covid-19 pandemic: Evidence from a comprehensive dataset of US insurance claims. PLOS ONE 16(4): e0249453.
  • Whole Books
    The Lieutenant Don't Know: One Marine's Story of Warfare and Combat Logistics in Afghanistan (2014)
  • Journal Articles
    R. Manning, J. Clement, D. Kim, W. Singhose. (2012) Dynamics and Control of Bridge Cranes Transporting Distributed-Mass Payloads. Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement and Control. 132(1), 014505 doi:10.1115/1.4000657.
  • Scholarly Service

    Teaching

    Original course notes for IDSC 4210: Interactive Data Visualization for Business

    2021 PhD Teaching Award

    Reviewing

    Ad hoc reviewer for Information Systems Research, Management Science, Organization Science, Public Health, and Progress In Transplantation (Statistics/Methods Reviewer)

    Conference Reviewer for CIST (Conference on Information Systems and Technology), ICIS (International Conference on Information Systems), and CSCW (Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing Conference)

  • Research Grants

    2020 Covid-19 Research Database Consortium Grant (with Brad Greenwood) - Data and Computing Resources Grant

  • Honors and Awards
    • Academic Awards

      2022 2nd Place Team, Minnesota Health Data Competition
      2020 Best Paper Award, Conference on Health IT and Analytics (CHITA)
      2020 Finalist, Minnesota Health Data Competition
      2018-2023 Schoenwetter Doctoral Fellowship, University of Minnesota
      2008 1st Place Poster, GT Undergraduate Research Symposium, College of Engineering
      2008 Distinguished Senior, GT Pi Tau Sigma Mechanical Engineering Honor Society
      2008 Richard K. Whitehead Jr. Scholarship (GT Mechanical Engineering Distinguished Senior Award)

    • Military Decorations - United States Marine Corps

      Purple Heart
      Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (2 Awards)
      Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal
      Combat Action Ribbon
      Afghanistan Campaign Service Medal (2 Awards)
      Presidential Unit Citation

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