Carrie C. Queenan (Ph.D., Georgia Tech, 2007) is an Assistant Professor of Management Science at the Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina. Prior to returning to academia, Dr. Queenan was a process engineer with Shell Chemical and an operations strategy analyst with Siemens. She taught at the University of Notre Dame before her move to South Carolina.
Dr. Queenan’s primary research interest is in the area of healthcare operations, with a focus on how technology can enable more efficient and effective care. She has examined how technology affects hospitals across the country and how technology affects individual’s care and is open to new collaboration efforts to further understand the complex relationship of technology on care. Dr. Queenan’s research has been accepted for publication in journals such as Production and Operations Management, Journal of Operations Management, Interfaces, and others. She is actively involved in several professional organizations, including Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) and Decision Sciences (DSI). Within POMS, she helped organize a healthcare conference joining the College of Healthcare Operations Management and Northwestern University Hospital to bring together academics and practitioners.