Professor’s Supply Chain Research is Timely During Pandemic

As bad as the pandemic has been, for Akhilesh Ojha, assistant professor of business administration, there have been some silver linings. Problems from the last 18 months, including retail outlets’ abilities to stock and sell essential goods in a timely manner, have provided a plethora of data on which to build new models and solve future logistical issues. With a specialization in disaster management, Ojha’s current research focuses on the allocation of ventilator usage and minimizing shortfalls so that communities with the greatest need can have access to the lifesaving medical technology. Hear more about Ojha’s research in this month’s edition of The Spotlight Series, available here.
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