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The following COE professors are among the top scientists worldwide selected by Stanford University representing the top 2% of the most-cited scientists with single-year impact in various disciplines. The selection is based on the top 100,000 by c-score (with and without self-citations) or a percentile rank of 2% or above. The list below includes those […]
Congratulations to all the winners of the faculty and staff awards, and to everyone for their hard work and dedication during the 2022-2023 academic school year. COE Distinguished Faculty Award Yun Raymond Fu, ECE Auroop Ganguly, CEE Luke Landherr, ChE Sinan Müftü, MIE Mark Niedre, BioE Alison Nogueira, Co-op Nian Sun, ECE Constantinos Mavroidis Translational […]
Christopher Gehrke is a fifth-year student at Northeastern University graduating May 2022 with a combined bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in Industrial Engineering. Gehrke started at Northeastern University knowing that he wanted to study in a program related to applied mathematics. As a student in the College of Engineering, he had the opportunity to learn […]
The following COE professors are among the top scientists worldwide selected by Stanford University representing the top 2 percent of the most-cited scientists with single-year impact in various disciplines. The selection is based on the top 100,000 by c-score (with and without self-citations) or a percentile rank of 2% or above. The list below includes […]
Heather Cheung is a fifth-year Northeastern student who has been a part of the Galante Engineering Business Program since 2019. Within Galante, she has been the information session coordinator since last year. She is pursuing a Bachelor’s in Industrial Engineering and a Master’s in Engineering Management. In her time at Northeastern, Cheung has had the […]
James Benneyan, MIE Professor and Director of Northeastern’s Healthcare Systems Engineering Institute, is working with Lahey Hospital and Medical Center to develop a modeling tool to help hospitals prepare for surges in COVID-19 cases.
Congratulations to our engineering students who won awards at the RISE:2019 Research, Innovation and Scholarship Expo!
James Benneyan, MIE Professor & Director of the Healthcare Systems Engineering Institute, was awarded a $1.8M R18 award from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) in collaboration with Brigham and Women’s Hospital (lead) for a Patient Safety Learning Lab (PSLL) to develop real-time predictive/detection models of patient misdiagnoses.
James Benneyan, MIE Professor & Director of the Healthcare Systems Engineering Institute, received a $450K NIH/NIDA award for “Model-Informed Understanding and Mitigation of the U.S. Opioid and Heroin Epidemic.”
Professor of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research James Benneyan was featured in the Boston Herald article, “Group: Fentanyl to Fuel Opioid Deaths Five More Years.”
MIE Professor James Benneyan is creating mathematical models to optimize where to have short- and long-term treatment facilities to combat the growing opiod crisis.
MIE Professor James Benneyan was awarded a $257K NSF EAGER grant for "Development and Validation of Analytic Spatial-Temporal Models to Help Study and Mitigate the National Opioid-Heroin Co-Epidemic".
MIE Professor & HSyE Executive Director James Benneyan gave a panel briefing to U.S. News and World Report about the progress and status on several National Academy of Engineering and National Academy of Medicine reports from 2000-2010 about implementing systems engineering into U.S. healthcare and was featured in the article "To Improve Hospitals, Doctors Look to Toyota".
The Healthcare Systems Engineering Institute (HSyE) will collaborate with Maine Medical Center on one of 8 “Pursuing Excellence in Clinical Learning Environments” awards from ACGME.
HSyE and Duke Medical Center are partnering on a $2.5 million grant from the Agency of Healthcare Quality and Research to develop and test new statistical surveillance methods for detecting infection outbreaks in hospitals across the southeast United States.
HSyE receives 5th center with Harvard School of Public Health and Boston health systems to create $4m AHRQ Patient Safety Learning Laboratory
Northeastern University's Healthcare Systems Engineering Institute (HSyE) in partnership with the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has received its 5th federally-awarded research center in the past 5 years.
MIE Professor James Benneyan and the Healthcare Systems Engineering (HSyE ) Institute were featured on the cover of ASEE's PRISM journal for "Industrial Rx for Healthcare".
The Healthcare Systems Engineering Institute (HSyE) and its ongoing partnership with the VA was awarded $2M to improve access, safety, and treatment of U.S. veterans.
HSyE recently graduated its 7th class of student interns and earlier this year was awarded $1.7M to implement "lean" Toyota Production System methods for the VA.
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HSyE received a 3-year $300,000 award from the William T. Grant Foundation to identify and evaluate strategies for more effectively translating research results into practice and policy
MIE Professor James Benneyan was appointed to the Institute of Medicine’s new Optimizing Scheduling in Health Care Committee which will use systems engineering to improve healthcare access and scheduling across the country.
The Healthcare Systems Engineering Institute, in collaboration with Brigham & Women’s, has received a $4M grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality to establish a patient safety center focused on integrating healthcare safety, information technology, systems engineering, & human factors expertise.
The Healthcare Systems Engineering Institute, led by James Benneyan, is one of the recipients of a $3.9M NIMH grant for the early detection and treatment of autism.
HSyE Research Associate Salah Haridy received the 2014 American Society for Quality’s Richard A. Freund International Scholarship for continued quality control research.
Kendall Sanderson, BS, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering 2013—To the industrial engineering major, one of the most fascinating problems to solve is the efficient routing of delivery trucks around the country. When Sanderson learned he could apply this skill to the healthcare industry to prevent mistakes like those made with his mother, he knew he’d found […]
There are good models and there are bad models. For example, how many times have you purchased what amounted to be a garbage sack because it looked so much like a beautiful dress on the airbrushed model in the picture online? If it’s half as many times as I have, then you know that models are […]
Professor James Benneyan remarked he sometimes feels like the Maytag repairman, standing by with tools that can help fix healthcare’s problems. The differences between Benneyan and “Ol’ Lonely” are that the machine he’s working on is actually broken and while he’s actively helping numerous organizations, he wishes the phone would ring more. As founding director of Northeastern’s Healthcare Systems […]
“Healthcare systems in the U.S. are a mess in every dimension,” said professor James Benneyan, founder and director of Northeastern’s Healthcare Systems Engineering Institute. In opening remarks at the annual Healthcare Improvement Scholars Meeting on Tuesday at Northeastern, Benneyan noted that part of the solution to fixing the floundering healthcare system lies in the collaboration of […]
MIE Professors James Benneyan & Vinod Sahney are 2 of the 10 people that will be honored at the 2013 Society of Health Systems conference for their significant contributions to the society and healthcare IE profession. Northeastern University’s Healthcare Systems Engineering (HSyE) program is a university-level Institute that has focused on improving healthcare efficiency, quality, […]
MIE Professor James Benneyan was awarded an $8M Health Care Innovation Award to establish a Healthcare Systems Engineering Institute at Northeastern by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Dr. James Benneyan is a leading authority on healthcare systems engineering, founding director of two federally-awarded healthcare engineering centers, and professor of Industrial Engineering and Operations […]
MIE Professor James Benneyan was selected to become a fellow of the Institute of Industrial Engineers for his significant, nationally recognized contributions to industrial engineering. Systems world view. Productivity. Efficiency. These are words that describe the distinctive attributes of industrial engineering, and IIE is the world’s largest professional society dedicated solely to the support of […]
MIE Professor James Benneyan is working with the Boston-based Center for Integration of Medicine & Innovative Technology (CIMIT) to use system engineering methods to make healthcare safer and more efficient.
MIE Professor James Benneyan and Jordan Peck won the best paper award at the 2011 Technology Management and Policy Graduate Consortium for “Using Prediction to Improve Patient Flow in a Health Care Delivery Chain”.
MIE Professor James Benneyan gave the keynote speaker address on the quality and safety of the US healthcare system for the American Society for Healthcare Engineer’s PDC Annual Conference.
Congratulations to the recipients of this year's College of Engineering Faculty and Staff awards.
MIE Professor James Benneyan has been awarded the Smalley President’s Award, the highest honor from the Society for Health Systems for his lifelong service to the healthcare IE profession.
MIE Associate Professor James Benneyan, has received $232K from the National Science Foundation to join the Center for Healthcare Organization Transformation (CHOT), which is currently hosted by Texas A&M and Georgia Tech.
The New England Healthcare Engineering Partnership (NEHCEP), led by MIE professor James Benneyan, will use engineering methods to improve the VA health care system to provide better overall care.
MIE Associate Professor, James C. Benneyan, will be the Executive Director of the New England Healthcare Systems Engineering Research Center. The center is funded by the US Dept of Veterans Affairs and will receive $3.4M/yr.