Robert H. Smith School of Business
Guodong (Gordon) Gao, PhD, MBA
Academic Director, AI Leadership for Healthcare Program
Gordon Gao is the director of the Health Insights AI Lab, the co-director of the Center for Health Information and Decision Systems (CHIDS), and a professor at the Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, College Park. His research interests include Big Data and Artificial Intelligence in healthcare, health IT, and quality transparency. Gao’s research has been profiled or featured in popular media such as the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and NPR news, and he is a recipient of the CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation.
Kenyon Crowley, PhD, MBA, CPHIMS
Kenyon Crowley serves as managing director of the Center for Health Information and Decision Systems (CHIDS), where he manages a broad portfolio of innovation activities aimed at improving the design, integration and effective use of digital systems and analytics in healthcare. He has served as a scientific reviewer for the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation and has published peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on health data analytics, mobile health applications for chronic disease, and health IT implementation.
Michelle Dugas, PhD
Michelle Dugas is a senior research scientist at CHIDS where she applies her background as a social psychologist to better understand how technology and analytics can be leveraged to help people achieve their health goals, address bias and disparities in care, and reduce burdens on providers and patients. Dugas has published peer-reviewed articles on digital health, healthcare marketing, and patient engagement.
Neta Moye, PhD
Assistant Dean and Executive Director of the Office of Career Services
Clinical Professor of Leadership
Neta Moye has over 25 years of experience in the field of human resources with particular expertise in helping individuals develop leadership skills. An award-winning instructor, she has designed and delivered courses to thousands of individuals spanning the private and public sector, including for major health systems, all levels of leaders, and both non-degree and degree students within three top-25 MBA programs.