Mark Gaynor, PhD
Associate Professor of Health Management & Policy
Research Interests: Sensor/RFid Networks and Applications, Architecture Promoting Innovation, Applying Emerging Technology to Medical Applications, IT for Medical Applications, Standardization in the IT Area, Designing Network Based-Services, and Wireless Internet Services
Teaching Interests: Health Information Systems
Education History: PhD, Computer Science, Harvard University
Dr. Mark Gaynor holds a PhD in Computer Science from Harvard University and is an Assistant Professor in the Graduate School Management at Boston University. His research interests include sensor/RFid networks and applications, architecture promoting innovation, applying emerging technology to medical applications, IT for medical applications, standardization in the IT area, designing network based-services, and wireless Internet services.
He is Co-PI and PI on several NSF grant studying virtual markets on a wireless grid and wireless sensor networks. He is a CTO, member of the board of directors, technical director and network architect at 10Blade. His first book, Network Services Investment Guide: Maximizing ROI in Uncertain Markets, is in press with Wiley (2003).