Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management, Technology and Innovation
Aging Workforce, Artificial Intelligence, COVID, Crisis Management, Politics
Phillip H. Phan, is the Alonzo and Virginia Decker Professor in the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School with a joint appointment as Professor in the Department of Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine and is the Robert Bosch Policy Fellow at the American Academy in Berlin. His academic and professional work focuses on technology innovation and entrepreneurship. He and has published more than 200 peer reviewed research papers, abstracts, and conference proceedings and is author of 9 books. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Academy of Management Perspectives, Academic Editor of Medicine® (health services research section), and Associate Editor for the Journal of Technology Transfer. Phil serves on review panels for the National Academies of Sciences, Hong Kong Research Grants Council, and National Science Foundation. He is co-founder of P4 Microbiome, focused on antimicrobial therapies for the GI tract, and Pistevo, focused on AI phenotyping for cancer patients.
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