Kellas Cameron is an assistant professor in the Muma College of Business' Information Systems and Decision Sciences Department, teaching both USF's MBA operations management core course and MBA managerial decision analysis course. Before joining USF, Cameron taught the operations management core course in the undergraduate program at Boston University (earning the Questrom Award for Outstanding Teaching), the MBA project management course, and volunteered as an instructor for the business high school summer program.
His research focus is primarily on predictive analytics, health-care analytics/operations and behavioral operations (particularly on how patient and provider behaviors are affected by different health-care processes). His work has been presented at several conferences, including POMS, INFORMS and DSI, in addition to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Conference on Digital Experimentation.
He earned a PhD in operations and technology management and a master's degree in systems engineering from Boston University, a master's degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and bachelor's degrees in both management science and aeronautics and astronautics from MIT. During his PhD, he served as president of the Questrom Doctoral Association, was a member of the Boston University Provost's Office Graduate Student Advisory Board and was the Questrom School of Business 2018 graduate commencement speaker.
- QMB 6603 Operations Management & Quality Enhancement
- QMB 6305 Managerial Decision Analysis
- Queenan, C., Cameron, K., Smalley, J., Snell, A. & Joglekar, N., (2019), "Patient Heal Thyself: Reducing Readmissions with Continuity of Care and Patient Activation," Production and Operations Management.