Ph.D., Operations Research, MIT, 2001
M.S., Operations Research, MIT, 1994
M.S., Civil Engineering, MIT, 1994
B.Sc., Civil Engineering, University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Lahore, Pakistan, 1991
Salal Humair is a Research Scientist at the Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard School of Public Health, and an Associate Professor at the School of Science and Engineering (SSE), Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Pakistan. He obtained his doctorate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Operations Research, and is currently applying mathematical models to policy issues in global health. He transitioned from industry to academia in 2007, first helping set up the SSE over 2007-2009 in Lahore, Pakistan, and then transitioning to global health research at the Harvard School of Public Health. His current work is on (1) modeling the cost-effectiveness of global HIV interventions and optimal allocation of resources among HIV prevention and treatment; (2) modeling the macro-economic benefits of family planning programs; (3) modeling the effect of new technology on healthcare costs inflation, and (4) supply chain optimization theory and practice. His CV is available here.