Virginia Miori, Ph.D. is a Full Professor and Chair of the Decision and System Sciences Department in the Haub School of Business at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is a graduate of the LeBow College of Business at Drexel University, holding a doctoral degree in Operations Research. She also holds an MS in Operations Research from Case Western Reserve University and an MS in Systems Engineering and Transportation from the University of Pennsylvania.
In addition to being chair, Dr. Miori was the Academic Coordinator of the Master of Science in Business Intelligence and Analytics at Saint Joseph’s University for 8 years, an internationally ranked program. She has 20 years of teaching experience and over 14 years of industry experience in developing and implementing statistical and operations research models in the area of supply chain/logistics. She has been recognized as a high-quality instructor, presenting at a number of teaching symposiums. She is active in research in the areas of learning health systems, unconscious bias in healthcare data, health care informatics, healthcare operations, rehab center effectiveness, supply chain management modeling, scheduling, simulation, and predictive analytics. She has received several research and service awards.
Dr. Miori has published over 35 scholarly articles and coauthored one text book. She actively engages in interdisciplinary research, applying data science to institutional and industry problems.