M.Sc. Industrial Engineering – Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Daniel Felipe Otero-Leon’s research interests are in the general area of operations research and more specifically, in stochastic models and stochastic dynamic programming with applications to service systems, including health systems and revenue management. His dissertation research is in data-driven models for improving decision-making in the context of cardiovascular disease, undertaken in collaboration with clinical collaborators at the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs. He is currently analyzing longitudinal electronic medical record data and pharmacy claims data to optimize appointment follow-up policies for patients with the goal of reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease. Daniel is an active member of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), and is currently serving as the Vice President of the INFORMS student chapter at the University of Michigan.
Instructor on Record – F21 IOE 316
2021 President – INFORMS at UM Student Chapter