Mark Gaynor, Ph.D.

Professor
Health Management and Policy


Courses Taught

Health Information Systems

Education

Ph.D., Computer Science, Harvard University
M.S., Computer Science, Harvard University
M.S., Telecommunications, University of Colorado
M.A., Applied Mathematics, Claremount Graduate School

B.A., Mathematics, Pizer College

Research Interests

Architecture promoting innovation; applying emerging technology to medical applications; designing network based-services; IT for medical applications; sensor/RFid networks and applications; standardization in the IT Area; and wireless internet services.

Publications and Media Placements

  1. Gaynor, M. (2003). Network services investment guide: maximizing ROI in uncertain times (Vol. 26). John Wiley & Sons.

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