I am an Assistant Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management in the Management & Marketing Department of Manhattan College. My general research interests include: Supply Chain Networks, Perishable Products Supply Chains, Healthcare Supply Chains, Blood Banking Systems, Pharmaceutical Supply Chains, Disaster Relief Systems, and Network Optimization.
PHD, U. of Massachusetts Amherst
MS, Azad University of Tehran
BS, Isfahan University of Tech.
MGMT 307 Operations and Quality Management
MBAC 612 Supply Chain Analysis
MGMT/MKTG 475 Assimilating the Internship Experience in Management/Marketing (Advised)
MGMT 499/MBAE 602 Undergraduate/Graduate Research (Advised)
A supply chain generalized network oligopoly model for pharmaceuticals under brand differentiation and perishability, A. H. Masoumi, M. Yu, and A. Nagurney (2012), Transportation Research E 48(4), pp 762-780.
Supply chain network operations management of a blood banking system with cost and risk minimization, A. Nagurney, A. H. Masoumi, and M. Yu (2012), Computational Management Science 9(2), pp 205-231.
Supply chain network design of a sustainable blood banking system, A. Nagurney, and A. H. Masoumi (2012) in Sustainable Supply Chains: Models, Methods and Public Policy Implications, T. Boone, V. Jayaraman, and R. Ganeshan, Editors, International Series in Operations Research & Management Science 174, pp 49-70, Springer, London, England.
Networks Against Time: Supply Chain Analytics for Perishable Products, A. Nagurney, M. Yu, A.H. Masoumi, and L.S. Nagurney (2013) SpringerBriefs in Optimization, Springer, New York.
An integrated disaster relief supply chain network model with time targets and demand uncertainty, A. Nagurney, A. H. Masoumi, and M. Yu (2015) in Regional Science Matters: Studies Dedicated to Walter Isard, P. Nijkamp, A. Rose, and K. Kourtit, Editors, Springer International Publishing Switzerland, pp 287-318.