MBA 2014University of Maryland, R.H. Smith School of Business
Bachelor of Science 2008Mechanical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology
Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Industry
My research is focused on the interactions between people and AI/robots, especially how users interpret information from AI or machine learning systems and how those interpretations shape decisions. I am examining how healthcare providers and patients incorporate AI recommendations in care decisions, particularly in special care/rare disease management like solid organ transplant. I also study how AI agents are perceived and added to teams in professional environments.
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 truck platoon commander and then combat operations planning officer.
Selected Works & Activities.
Whole BooksThe Lieutenant Don't Know: One Marine's Story of Warfare and Combat Logistics in Afghanistan
Journal ArticlesR. Manning, J. Clement, D. Kim, W. Singhose. Dynamics and Control of Bridge Cranes Transporting Distributed-Mass Payloads. Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement and Control. 132(1), 014505 (Dec 18, 2009) doi:10.1115/1.4000657.