Research Scientists

Mohammad Adibuzzaman

Mohammad Adibuzzaman
Assistant Research Scientist
madibuzz@purdue.edu

Mohammad Adibuzzaman joined RCHE in July 2015. His research interest includes mathematical model development for understanding of healthcare data for better patient outcomes. He has a PhD in Computational Sciences from Marquette University. He received his Master’s degree in Computational Sciences in 2012 from the same university. Before going to Marquette, he worked as a Junior Research Assistant at the National University of Singapore and as a Software Engineer in Bangladesh. He also worked as an Oak Ridge Institute of Science and Engineering (ORISE) Fellow at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2013 and 2014.

Poching DeLaurentis

Poching DeLaurentis
Research Scientist
poching@purdue.edu

Poching DeLaurentis joined RCHE in July 2014. Her main research focus is on the Infusion Pump Informatics (IPI) System’s impact on clinical care delivery. Her other research interest includes personalized medicine initiatives of bringing innovative engineering technologies into clinical settings as well as, in general, applying systems approach to healthcare problems.  Poching has a diverse engineering background and ten years of experience in healthcare engineering. She spent two years as an Indiana Health Services Research Post-doctoral Fellow at the Regenstrief Institute, Inc. in Indianapolis after earning her PhD in Industrial Engineering from Purdue in 2009.

Md Munirul Haque

Md Munirul Haque
Research Scientist
mhaque@purdue.edu

Md Munirul Haque has years of experience in working in global health prior to joining RCHE in 2014. His academic studies and training have made him an expert in the area of mobile based real life applications. He has received several international awards for his healthcare projects. His field of interest encompasses security and privacy in pervasive health, m-Health, medical informatics, and HCI (Human Computer Interaction). Currently he is leading the Physiological Parameter Informatics (PPI) project and coordinating several other collaborative projects with CS, IE and other departments. He received his PhD in Computational Science in 2012 from Marquette University.

Ping Huang

Ping Huang
Research Scientist
huang74@purdue.edu

Ping Huang joined the center in April 2008 as the center's first research scientist. Her research interest is to use data mining and optimization to improve efficiency and safety of healthcare.  At RCHE she has been instrumental in building payment models to sustain Patient-Centered Medical Homes, developing analytical modules for Population Health Management, analyzing claim data for bundled payments, inventing a new method (patent pending) for multi-criteria decision making, and working with healthcare providers to assess their population health status.  Huang earned her doctorate in Quantitative Methods and Management Sciences from Purdue University in 2008.

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