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Tinglong Dai

Tinglong Dai

Associate Professor of Operations Management & Business Analytics, Johns Hopkins University
Tinglong Dai is an Associate Professor of Operations Management and Business Analytics at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, with joint faculty appointments at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and Institute for Data-Intensive Engineering and Science. He joined Carey in 2013 after receiving a PhD in Operations Management/Robotics from Carnegie Mellon. His research interests span across healthcare, marketing-operations interfaces, and human-AI interaction.

Professor Dai's work has been published in leading journals such as Management Science, M&SOM, Marketing Science, Operations Research, and INFORMS Journal on Computing, and has been recognized by Johns Hopkins Discovery Award, INFORMS Public Sector Operations Research Best Paper Award, POMS Best Healthcare Paper Award, and Wickham Skinner Early Career Award (Honorable Mention). He is an Associate Editor of Naval Research Logistics and a Senior Editor of Production and Operations Management. He co-chairs the Johns Hopkins Symposium on Healthcare Operations and co-edits the Handbook of Healthcare Analytics: Theoretical Minimum for Conducting 21st Century Research on Healthcare Operations, published by John Wiley & Sons in 2018.

Investors who trust ESG funds for a positive impact have a crucial blind spot, and it puts the $35 trillion industry's promises in doubt

Nov 13, 2021 08:01 am UTC| Investing Economy

If you own stocks, chances are good you have heard the term ESG. It stands for environmental, social and governance, and its a way to laud corporate leaders who take sustainability including climate change and social...

Why Johnson & Johnson throwing out 15 million COVID-19 vaccine doses shouldn't scare you

Apr 04, 2021 09:33 am UTC| Business

Human errors at a manufacturing plant forced Johnson Johnson to throw out 15 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine enough to vaccinate 7% of the U.S. adult population. The New York Times, which first reported the loss...

What US medical supply chain can learn from the fashion industry

Jul 14, 2020 08:29 am UTC| Business

The shortage of crucial medical supplies, especially personal protective equipment, has crippled the United States ability to quell the COVID-19 pandemic. At least 54,000 nursing home residents and workers have died...

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Economy

McDonald's Canada offers new Bacon' N Crispy Onion Quarter Pounder

McDonalds has begun offering the Bacon N Crispy Onion Quarter Pounder, only in Canada. The sandwich consists of a quarter-pound beef patty, hickory smoked bacon, crispy onions, a grilled onion sauce, cheese, ketchup,...

NBA to broadcast games in India via multiplatform deal with Viacom18

The National Basketball Association (NBA) inked a new multi-year broadcast partnership with Viacom18 to air its games across linear and streaming platforms in India. The Mumbai-based media group will cover the NBAs...

Chipotle Mexican Grill launches exclusive Cilantro Soap

Chipotle Mexican Grill is not just about food, and this was made evident when it announced another new item to its Chipotle Goods line. The latest addition was revealed to have been made after being inspired by a popular...

McDonald's Singapore adds Angus Mushroom Supreme, Sea Salt McFlurry to the menu

McDonalds Singapore just expanded its menu list with the addition of two new items. The restaurant chain was bringing back the Angus Mushroom Supreme burger sandwich and introduced an interesting dessert flavor McDonalds...

Burger King marking Whopper's 64th birthday by offering the iconic burger sandwich at its original price of 37¢

Burger Kings Whopper burger sandwich is turning 64 this year, and to mark the special day, the fast-food chain is offering a hard-to-resist deal to customers. It was announced that BK is throwing a birthday bash by selling...

Politics

Nancy Pelosi condemns Rep. Lauren Boebert's attacks against Rep. Ilhan Omar

The recent Islamophobic attacks that Colorado GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert made against Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar have also led to internal squabbles in the House Republican caucus. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi blasted Boeberts...

Taliban criticizes UN for postponing decision on who would represent Afghanistan

The international community is still reluctant to acknowledge the Talibans government in Afghanistan following the withdrawal in August. The insurgent group recently criticized the United Nations for postponing its...

Melania Trump in talks to write memoir about life in White House

Former first lady Melania Trump has stayed out of the spotlight for much of the year since leaving Washington. The former first lady is also set to write a memoir about her time in the White House. Page Six reports that...

Joe Biden unveils new efforts against COVID-19 in the winter months

With a new variant threatening to spread in the US, President Joe Biden and his administration now brace for a possible new surge of cases, especially in the winter months. Biden is set to announce a new strategy to fight...

Science

New study shows drinking coffee, tea may reduce risk of dementia, stroke

Coffee and tea drinkers had lower risks of dementia and stroke, according to a study published in Plos Medicine in November 2021. This study involved 365,682 participants aged 50 to 74 years from the UK...

Doosan Robotics launches collaborative robot cafe

Doosan Robotics Co. has produced an unmanned modular robot cafe, which refers to a robot that can work with a human. The unmanned modular robot cafe is 1.8 meters wide, 1.59 meters long, and 1.85 meters high. Doosan...

Nissan to roll out unmanned vehicle for traversing the moon's surface

Nissan Motor Co. rolled out on Dec.2 an unmanned rover prototype to operate on the moon using its electric cars all-wheel-control technology to let it operate under harsh conditions. The Japan Aerospace Exploration...

S. Korean researchers find use for apple peel and crab apple as natural pigment

South Koreas Apple Use Research Institute has developed a reddish natural pigment extraction and recycling method using wasted apple peel and crab apples. Apple peel contains the reddish natural pigments called...

Pigeons consider safety, food availability in picking where to perch

Pigeons consider safety and food availability in picking where to perch, according to Keio University professor emeritus of animal behavior, Shigeru Watanabe. The finding could help cities manage pigeon...

Technology

Samsung Galaxy A73 could sport a 108MP main camera and launch in December

Renders allegedly showing the design of the upcoming Galaxy A73 surfaced recently, and it appears that Samsung is not planning a significant redesign. However, several notable changes in the technical specifications were...

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE will cost $699 in the US, report says

With the possibility of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE launching in a month, more details about the anticipated mid-range phone have leaked once again. This time, the devices introductory price in the United States has been...

‘The Matrix Awakens’ movie tie-in could launch on PS5 soon

The highly anticipated sequel film The Matrix Resurrections will premiere in a few weeks, but that may not be the only thing that sci-fi fans should expect. A promotional image for The Matrix Awakens recently leaked, and...

EA eyes building a ‘Battlefield’ universe with interconnected stories and characters

EA announced major changes in some of its studios involved with the development of the Battlefield franchise. Aside from having a new leader in Respawn Entertainment, co-founder Vince Zampella, the company also teased at...
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