Information and Decision Sciences Associate Professor Brad Greenwood received the Past Division Chairs’ Emerging Scholar Award at the recent Academy of Management (AOM) annual conference in Chicago.
The award, presented by the Technology and Innovation Management (TIM) Division of the AOM, is given annually to an up-and-coming scholar who has achieved a notable publication record early in his or her academic career and whose scholarly contributions show exceptional quality and great promise of becoming influential in the area of technology and innovation management. The recipient is selected by a committee of past TIM division chairs.
Greenwood’s research interests are in information availability, innovation and entrepreneurship, public health, healthcare economics, and information systems economics. His recent paper, “Patient-Physician Gender Concordance and Increased Mortality among Female Heart Attack Patients (PNAS 2018),” was picked up by more than 120 media outlets, including The Atlantic, CNN, USA Today, and Scientific American.