Arizona State University, USA
PhD: University of Buffalo, SUNY, USA
Professor Raghu Santanam is a US-based scholar of Management and Information Systems. His research interests are in Business Process Change, Health IT (EMR and PHR), Consumer Information Systems, and Information Economics.
His research has applications in medical record keepings, IT in emergency preparedness and response, online buying/selling, and cyber-security. His articles have been published in premier academic journals including, Information Systems Research, Decision Support Systems, Information Systems Frontiers, International Journal of Human Computer Studies, Journal of Organizational Computing and E-Commerce, and MIS Quarterly.
His contributions to the field have been recognized with numerous awards which include the Associate Editor of the Year Award 2011 – Information Systems Research, Faculty Research Award 2003-2007 – IBM Research, and the Mark Woodburn Fellowship – SUNY Buffalo, Dean’s Award For Excellence Summer Grant – ASU. In 2002, he was nominated for the J.W. Teets Outstanding Teaching Award.
At Arizona State University, Professor Santanam is the Director of the MSIM Program and previously served as the Director of Research, Center for Advancing Business through Technology (CABIT). Additionally, has consulted for multi-national corporations including Citigroup and Wipro.
Raghu T. Santanam holds a B.E. from National Institute of Engineering, Mysore (electronics and communications engineering); M.S. from IIT-Chennai (industrial management); M.S. from State University of New York at Buffalo (computer science); and Ph.D. from State University of New York at Buffalo (Business Administration – MIS).