Assistant Professor

Decisions, Operations, & Technology Management

Elisa Long joined UCLA Anderson in 2013, and was previously a faculty member at the Yale School of Management. Professor Long's research integrates epidemiological modeling, economic analysis, and decision-making under uncertainty, with the goal of assessing the value of health interventions. Her current research projects aim to improve hospital patient flow using empirical models, optimally allocate intensive care unit beds, and provide guidance for individual decision-making in breast cancer treatment. In prior work, she has investigated HIV-epidemic control measures in Russia, India, South Africa, Ghana and the United States.

Research Interests
Healthcare operations management | Health policy modeling | Medical decision-making | Cost-effectiveness analysis of medical technologies

Teaching
MGMT 402 Data and Decisions - Full Time MBA and Fully Employed MBA (FEMBA)

Honors & Awards
George Robbins Assistant Professor Teaching Award, 2016
UCLA Faculty Career Development Award, 2015
Seth Bonder Research Fellowship Award, 2015
Stanford University Distinguished Alumni Scholar Award, 2010

Education
PhD, Management Science & Engineering, Stanford University
MS, Management Science & Engineering, Stanford University
BS, Operations Research & Industrial Engineering, Cornell University























        




     

Office
UCLA 
Anderson School of Management
Gold Hall, Room B508
110 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, California 90095


Contact
310.825.4458
elisa.long [at] anderson.ucla.edu