Zahra Mobini is an Assistant Professor of Operations Management at Scheller College of Business. Her research interests revolve around the design and analysis of human-centric solutions to operations management problems, with a focus on healthcare operations. Using empirical and analytical methods, she studies how advancements in technology, regulations, and clinical protocols influence provider and patient behavior, and how to align their incentives for optimal outcomes. Her research has been supported by the Work in the Age of Intelligent Machines (WAIM) Research Fellowship with funding from the NSF's Future of Work at the Human-Technology Frontier Initiative. Her contributions have been recognized by the INFORMS Decision Analysis Society and POMS College of Healthcare Operations.
Zahra completed her PhD in Management Science - Operations Management at the UT Dallas Jindal School of Management and was a George Family Foundation postdoctoral fellow at Georgia Tech’s ISyE before joining Scheller.
- Behavioral and Human-Centric Operations Management
- Healthcare Operations
- Health Analytics