Samir Chatterjee, PhDAdjunct Professor, KGI | Professor & Fletcher Jones Chair, CGU
Telemedicine, Science of Design, Management and IT, Healthcare Informatics, Networking and Telecommunications, Computer Security
Samir Chatterjee is a Professor and Fletcher Jones Chair of Technology, Management & Design in the School of Information Systems & Technology at Claremont Graduate University. He is a technology designer, a healthcare IT strategist, and Founding Director of the Network Convergence Laboratory at Claremont Graduate University, California. He has published over 100 articles in refereed conferences and scholarly journals including IEEE Network, IEEE J. on Selected Areas in Communications, Communications of the ACM, Computer Networks, Journal of MIS, Decision Support Systems, Journal of American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA), Telemedicine & e-Health Journal, Computer Communication, IEEE IT Professional, ACM CCR, Communications of AIS, Journal of Internet Technology and others. His recent book titled "Design Research in Information Systems: Theory and Practice" published by Springer in May 2010 has become a seminal resource in Information Systems design field. He has managed as principal investigator over $2.5 million of grants from agencies such as NSF, Georgia Research Council, and private corporations such as Institute for Heartmath, BellSouth Corporation, Northrop Grumman, Hitachi and others.
Prior to joining CGU, he taught at the CIS department of J Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University, in Atlanta. He has been a visiting scholar at Indian Institute of Management (IIM-Ahmadabad) and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT-Mumbai). He holds a B.E (Hons.) in Electronics & Telecommunications Engineering from Jadavpur University, India and an M.S and Ph.D. from the School of Computer Science, University of Central Florida. He is an Associate Editor of MIS Quarterly, Health Systems and IJBDN journals. He is a member of AMIA, AHIMA's Education Strategy Council and senior member of IEEE and ACM. He has been an entrepreneur and successfully co-founded a startup company VoiceCore Technologies Inc in 2000. He is Founder & Chief Technologist of Dr. Chatterjee Laboratories LLC, a startup specializing in disease management technology.
Healthcare Informatics is a novel academic discipline bridging Medicine and Information Sciences that may be defined as the science that deals with the structure, acquisition and use of medical information. With the global boom in healthcare and quantum advancements in IT, medical informatics is already transforming the way healthcare is delivered today. In the last few decades we have witnessed the rapid development of extremely efficient genome sequencing and other high-throughput molecular biology research techniques. With these techniques came the need to store, make available, and analyze huge amounts of biological data. Bioinformatics brings together computer sciences, information technology and biology, to efficiently store and mine these datasets. The proliferation of databases, access of data, and new analysis methodologies necessitates that those involved in life sciences be proficient in the utility of databases and the manipulation and analysis of large data sets.
S. Chatterjee, C. Lerouge and M. C. Tremblay, "Educating Students in Health Information Technology: IS Community Barriers, Challenges and Paths Forward" forthcoming in the Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 2013.
Alaa Al-Kadi, and Samir Chatterjee, "Tapping the Wisdom of Crowd Phenomenon in Healthcare Social Networks" International Journal of Business Data Communications and Networking (IJBDCN) Volume 8, Issue 3, July-September 2012, ISSN: 1548-0631 EISSN: 1548-064X Published by IGI Publishing, Hershey-New York, USA
Samir Chatterjee, Kaushik Dutta, Qi Xie, Jongbok Byun, Akshay Pottathil, and Miles Moore, "Persuasive and Pervasive Sensing: a New Frontier to Monitor, Track and Assist Older Adults Suffering from Type-2 Diabetes", in Proceedings of IEEE Hawaii International Conference in System Sciences (HICSS-46), Maui, HI, Jan 7-10, 2013.
S. Chatterjee, K. Dutta & Qi Xie, "A Predictive Modeling Engine Using Neural Networks: Diabetes Management from Sensor and Activity Data", accepted for IEEE Healthcom 2012, Beijing, China, October 2012.
S. Chatterjee, Jongbok Byun, Akshay Pottathil, Miles Moore, Qi Xie, Kaushik Dutta, "Persuasive Sensing: A Novel In-Home Monitoring Technology to Assist Elderly Adult Diabetic Patients," in Proc. 7th International Conference on Persuasive Technology 2012, June 6-8, 2012, Linköping, Sweden.
L. Obal and S. Chatterjee, "Understanding Methods to Reducing Redundant Medical Lab Test Ordering - A Case Study on VistA/CPRS and the Veterans Health Administration", in Proc. ECIS 2012, Barcelona, Spain, June 10-13, 2012.
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