Dr.Mohammed AlDhoyan

Associate Professor , Health Informatics
Experienced Ph.D. with a demonstrated history of working on multiple information technology and services projects. Skilled in Data Analytics, Machine Learning, Programming, and Databases. Strong research professional with a Ph.D. focused on Health Informatics and Information Management from the University of Pittsburgh. Passionate about empowering organizations and enhancing their decision making using AI and data analytics. Areas of interest go beyond the statistical development of ML models to include the evaluation of the technical and operational maturity of organizations to support the development and deployment of AI technologies. Worked as a Data Analytics & Governance advisor for multiple organizations across different fields.
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Majors

Information Systems

Work Experience

- Assistant Professor (May 2018 – Present)
King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences
Taught courses related to data in healthcare, theoretical aspects and practical implementations of decision
support systems, and information systems analysis and design. Served as the program director of the
Health Informatics Master’s program and a member of the college executive committee, which involved
handling the design of the curriculum and supervising the admission, registration, and graduation

- Data Analyst (May 2015 – April 2018)
Veterans Affairs (VA) Pittsburgh Healthcare Hospital
Designed and implemented a full process of data extraction, aggregation, and validation. Developed the
front and back-end of a data management and querying software that enabled non-technical clinicians to
view and query desired datasets. Participated in multiple data analytics projects that aim at developing
and validating new cognitive measurements and tools.

- Teaching Assistant (August 2014 - April 2018)
University of Pittsburgh
Taught programming courses (Python) to graduate and undergraduate students in the Department of
HIM at the University of Pittsburgh. These courses involved teaching programming from basic concepts
level to complex data processing and analysis applications.

- Teaching Assistant (September 2011 – May 2018)
King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences
Helped in teaching some of the offered courses.

Education

- University of Pittsburgh (2014 – 2018)
Ph.D., Health Informatics and Information Management

- University of Pittsburgh (2012 – 2014)
Master's degree, Health Information Systems
King Saud University (2007 – 2011)

- Bachelor's degree, Computer and Information Systems