Donald Lee

Associate Professor of Operations

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Professor Lee is interested in the design of evidence-based strategies for managing the delivery of healthcare. His work draws on ideas from operations research and statistical learning in order to obtain a better understanding of healthcare systems from a data-driven perspective. Driven by questions faced by physicians and policymakers, his papers have examined topics including pay-for-performance issues in healthcare, outcomes evaluation of medical interventions, and organ transplant network dynamics.

Expertise

Education

  • PhD (Operations Research), Stanford University
  • MS (Statistics), Stanford University
  • MMath, Cambridge University
  • BA/MA (Mathematics), Cambridge University

Courses

  • Advanced Business Analytics with Spreadsheets MGT 809
  • Big Data MGT 819
  • Modeling Managerial Decisions MGT 405

Selected Articles

Development of Imminent Mortality Predictor for Advanced Cancer (IMPAC), a tool to predict short-term mortality in hospitalized advanced cancer patients

K. Adelson, D.K.K. Lee, S. Velji, J.C. Ma, S.K. Lipka, J. Rimar, P. Longley, T. Vega, J. Perez-Irizarry, E.J. Pinker, R. Lilenbaum
Journal of Oncology Practice
Forthcoming

Demographic and clinical features of inclusion body myositis in North America

A.D. Paltiel, E. Ingvarsson, D.K.K. Lee, R.L. Leff, R.J. Nowak, K.D. Petschke, S. Richards-Shubik, A. Zhou, M. Shubik, K.C. O'Connor
Muscle & Nerve
2015