Inas Khayal is a highly interdisciplinary translational researcher focused on improving chronic disease health outcomes. Her work began in biomedical research within the clinic using MRI for brain tumor research. It expanded to Internet-of-Things enabled social and environmental sensing outside the clinic and within ‘real-world’ living labs. Her current work addresses the reality of the multi-level interconnected systems we live in. Projects include modeling interconnected health care delivery systems and individual health outcomes applied to Medicare datasets. She also works with multiple Dartmouth-Hitchcock sites to design and implement integrated behavioral health systems within primary care.
She holds several patents and is featured in Fen Montaigne’s Medicine by Design book. She has been selected as a 2017 Systems Science Scholar by Academy Health and a 2017 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation New Connections Scholar. She also serves on the faculty of the Department of Computer Science at Dartmouth College, where she teaches CS 89/189 Health Informatics.
Khayal earned a PhD in bioengineering from both the University of California, Berkeley and San Francisco, a BS in biomedical engineering from Boston University and completed the management of technology program from UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business.
Systems Engineering | 2017 Jan