Reza Skandari joined Imperial College Business School in 2018. He is an Assistant Professor of Health Operations in the Operations Management group and affiliated with the Centre for Health Economics & Policy Innovation. Prior to that he worked as a Senior Research Analyst at the Center for Translational and Policy Research of Chronic Diseases at the University of Chicago School of Medicine. He obtained his PhD in Management Science from the Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia.
Reza's main research interests are in: (1) Health-care Operations Management and Analytics (2) Health-care Policy Research and Economics (3) Clinical Decision Making (4) Dynamic Programming and Stochastic Optimization.
et al., 2020, The productivity requirements of implementing a medical scribe program, Annals of Internal Medicine, ISSN:0003-4819
Skandari M, Shechter S, Patient-type Bayes-adaptive treatment plans, Operations Research, ISSN:0030-364X
et al., 2019, The impact of biomarker screening and cascade genetic testing on the cost-effectiveness of MODY genetic testing, Diabetes Care, Vol:42, ISSN:0149-5992, Pages:2247-2255
et al., 2019, Cost-effectiveness of shared telemedicine appointments in young adults with T1D: CoYoT1 trial, Diabetes Care, Vol:42, ISSN:0149-5992, Pages:1589-1592
et al., 2018, Cost-effectiveness of initiating an insulin pump in T1D adults using continuous glucose monitoring compared with multiple daily insulin injections: the DIAMOND Randomized Trial, Medical Decision Making, Vol:38, ISSN:0272-989X, Pages:942-953