Adam Pah is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Kellogg School of Management and Organizations at Northwestern University. He also serves as the Associate Director of and an Assistant Research Professor at NICO, the Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems. He received his BS from Arizona State University, PhD from Northwestern University, and has worked industrially as a Data Scientist.
His research is largely focused in two different areas: healthcare and conflict. His work in healthcare is focused on innovation adoption and leveraging Electronic Health Records (EHR) data to improve targeting for change management approaches. His research on conflict is split between studying gun violence at schools in the United States and modelling the organizational dynamics of terrorist organizations and the impact of those dynamics on attack lethality and frequency.
Innovation adoption in professional networks; Predicting social dynamics with missing network information; Healthcare networks and decision support; Social policy; Conflict; Contagion in time series; Racial disparities in educational access and attainment.
Impact of artificial intelligence on business; designing and leading data science teams, departments, and initiatives; leveraging crowds for innovation; networks of trust in decentralized contracting systems.