Cory Stasko

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Cory Stasko is an engineering and policy fellow at the Institute. Cory completed his BS in Industrial Engineering at Northeastern summa cum laude and has worked at the Institute in a number of capacities since 2010. In that time, he has worked on projects involving queueing and agent-based models, system dynamics, Monte Carlo simulation, optimization, economic modelling, machine learning, signal detection, and network models. This work has been applied to a variety of domains including patient flow, staffing, scheduling, medical decision making, population management, network management, infection control, and antimicrobial stewardship. In his current position, Cory leads multiple research projects and plays a variety of roles related to other Institute work with an emphasis on mentorship and tackling questions of healthcare policy. From 2006 to 2011, Cory served as Director of Technology and Operations for the non-profit Help Kenya Project, overseeing the collection, refurbishment, and distribution of 2,700 computers to schools in Kenya. Cory is currently pursuing an SM in Technology and Policy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Email: c.stasko@neu.edu
Joined HSyE: 2010
Hometown: ccc
Education: degree, university (year);

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177 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115

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hsye@coe.neu.edu

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