16-17 November 2022
Dr. Kevin J. Dooley a Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management in the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, Chief Scientist of The Sustainability Consortium, and a Senior Global Futures Scientist in the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory. At TSC Dooley leads a global research team that works with over 100 of the world’s largest retailers and manufacturers to develop tools that measure and track progress on critical product sustainability issues. He has published more than 100 research articles and has provided training or consultation for over 200 companies in the areas of sustainability, supply chain management, quality, and technology and innovation. He obtained his Ph.D. in mechanical engineering at the University of Illinois.
Denis A. Cortese joined Arizona State University (ASU) in 2010 as Foundation Professor, director of ASU’s Healthcare Delivery and Policy Program, and president of the non-profit Healthcare Transformation Institute based in Phoenix, AZ. He is an Emeritus President and CEO of the Mayo Clinic, and former head of the Mayo Health Policy Center.
Professional activities as a staff member of Mayo Clinic was in the field of pulmonary medicine including interventional bronchoscopy, critical care, with special interests in early and advanced stage lung cancer, liver and lung transplantation.
In addition to his current ASU academic position, he currently serves on the board of trustees of Dartmouth-Hitchcock, and the boards of directors for Cerner Corporation, Essence Global Holding Corporation, and Pinnacle West.
Dr. Cortese is a member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences, where he served as the original chair of the Roundtable on Value and Science-Driven Health Care.
Who are we?
The International Society for Systems and Complexity Sciences for Health (ISSCSH) is a diverse, interdisciplinary, learning community from all walks of life, including healthcare, industry, academia, government, consulting, and advocacy backgrounds. We are health professionals, patients, researchers & design professionals, educators, students, administrators and policy makers – from all over the globe.
What better world do we imagine?
ISSCSH envisions a world where the principles, mindsets, and methodologies of systems thinking, systems science, and complexity science are routinely, effectively, and appropriately applied by professionals, policymakers, and community members to improve the well-being, health, and healthcare of people everywhere.