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AVIVA LEV-ARI, PhD, RN

Newton, Massachusetts 02459 617-244-4024 avivalev-ari@alum.berkeley.edu HIGHLY ACCOMPLISHED DIRECTOR LEVEL STRATEGIC TECHNOLOGY EXECUTIVE AND HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL
Seasoned technology executive with proven expertise running collaborative teams in R&D and Operations in the areas of electronic commerce, B2B transaction architecture design, Internet information analytics, data mining/modeling and algorithm-based decision support systems. World-class expert in design of intelligent decision-support systems. Ability to synthesize and apply research findings from diverse technical fields. Command of Bayesian Theory and Hierarchical Modeling, neural-networks and simulated annealing techniques for data modeling and system-design implementation of Estimation procedures. Strong team builder, leader, and sound communicator who holds outstanding analytical skills, extensive problem solving experience, and a persistent drive to exceed objectives and drive complex projects to completion and profitability. Strategic thinker and skilled presenter who has proven effective at all levels of an organization.

Decision Support System Design Competencies


Practice business development & Global Strategic Alliances eStrategy consulting for web-enabled technologies and IT Professional Services Strategy consulting for brick and mortar Fortune 100 Strategic marketing, conceptual sales and client relationship development SBU operations and planning B2B electronic commerce infrastructure, transaction architecture design and Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment R&D practice development for Analytical Services [design of intelligent Algorithm-based decision support systems, Internet information analytics, supply chain management (SCM), CRM, eCRM, data mining modeling, and development of business case for Financial and Operations Management Systems.]

Cardiovascular Pharmaco-Therapy Research Competencies


Macrovascular Disease - Therapeutic Potential of cEPCs - Reduction methods for CV risk Therapeutic Strategy for cEPCs Endogenous Augmentation: A Concept-based Treatment Protocol for a Combined Three Drug Regimen Biomarker for Therapeutic Targets of Cardiovascular Risk Reduction by cEPCs Endogenous Augmentation

Post Acute Clinical Management and Geriatric Nursing in Long Term Care Competencies
MA Licensed RN, Nurse Manager and Supervisor experience in LTACH and Skilled Nursing Facilities, Experienced in Surgical, Critical Care, Acute Care and Post Acute Care. Experience with medically complex adult patients, acute and chronic, pulmonary specialty, telemetry and ICU step down. ACLS and IV Therapy Certified.

EDUCATION
NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY, Boston, MA Bouve College of Health Sciences, School of Nursing December 2007

Direct Entry Graduate Nursing Program


Cumulative GPA 3.64/4.00

NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY, Boston, MA School of Professional and Continuing Studies Biological Sciences, Four semesters, course load: 15 courses Cumulative GPA 3.75/4.00 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY, Berkeley, California

September 2005

College of Letters & Science

Ph.D., Industrial Organization Economics, Industrial Systems Cumulative GPA 3.76/4.00

December 1983

CLINICAL MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE IN HEALTHCARE


Long Term Sub-acute & Rehab RN Nurse Manager work Experience Nurse Manager Long Term Care Station 3 & Station 4 70 patients at Belmont Manor, Belmont, MA, 3/2011- 10/2011 Unit Manager 42 bed Unit LTC at SunBridge HealthCare, Saugus, MA, 2/2010 7/2010 Unit Manager 41 bed Unit LTC at Kindred HealthCare, Tower Hill, Canton, MA, 9/2010 12/2010 House Nursing Supervisor at Kindred Laurel Ridge, Jamaica Plain, MA, 4/2009 6/2009 Charge Nurse, Maristhill Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Waltham, MA, 11/2011 2/2012 Charge Nurse, Interim SDC and Infection Control Coordinator at Armenian Nursing & Rehab Center, 9/2009-11/2009 Long Term Acute Hospital (LTACH) work experience: Nursing Supervisor, Kindred Waltham Hospital, Waltham, MA,, 11/2008 3/2009 56 Beds (Acute and Chronic Units), as Nursing Supervisor Day Shift, was responsible for the clinical and administrative oversight of processes during the day shift for LTAC acute and chronic units. Bed assignment of new admission and bed reassignment resulted from infection break out. Consulted Infection Control Coordinator for all decisions on chortling and room transfers ACUTE SURGERY Staff Nurse work experience 5/2008 7/2008 Beth Israel Medical Center ICU, Critical Care and Cardiac training and work experience MGH Cardiac Step Down Floor, 5/2007 9/2007 Faulkner Hospitals ICU, 9/2007 12/2007

PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH ON CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE


Lev-Ari, A. & Abourjaily, P. (2006a) "An Investigation of the Potential of circulating Endothelial Progenitor Cells (cEPC) as a Therapeutic Target for Pharmacologic Therapy Design for Cardiovascular Risk Reduction." Part I: Macrovascular Disease - Therapeutic Potential of cEPCs Reduction methods for CV risk. Unpublished manuscript. Bouve College of Health Sciences, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115 Lev-Ari, A. & Abourjaily, P. (2006b) "An Investigation of the Potential of circulating Endothelial Progenitor Cells (cEPC) as a Therapeutic Target for Pharmacologic Therapy Design for Cardiovascular Risk Reduction." Part II: Therapeutic Strategy for cEPCs Endogenous Augmentation: A Concept-based Treatment Protocol for a Combined Three Drug Regimen. Unpublished manuscript. Bouve College of Health Sciences, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115 Lev-Ari, A. & Abourjaily, P. (2006c) "An Investigation of the Potential of circulating Endothelial Progenitor Cells (cEPC) as a Therapeutic Target for Pharmacological Therapy Design for Cardiovascular Risk Reduction." Part III: Biomarker for Therapeutic Targets of Cardiovascular Risk Reduction by cEPCs Endogenous Augmentation USING NEW COMBINATION DRUG THERAPY OF THREE DRUG CLASSES AND SEVERAL DRUG INDICATIONS. A Theoretical Design for Quantification of the Endogenous EPCs Augmentation for Differential Level of CV Risk Reduction and Diagnostic Device Design for Drug Delivery. Unpublished manuscript. Bouve College of Health Sciences, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115 Lev-Ari, A. (2007a). Heart Vasculature - Regeneration and Protection of Coronary Artery Endothelium and Smooth Muscle: A Concept-based Pharmacological Therapy of a Combined Three Drug Regimen. Unpublished manuscript. Bouve College of Health Sciences, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115 Lev-Ari, A. (2007b). First-In-Man Stent Implantation Clinical Trials & Medical Ethical Dilemmas. Unpublished manuscript. Bouve College of Health Sciences, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115

DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM DESIGN, BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND DATA MANAGEMENT


HealthCare Consultant, Boston, MA 2005-2006

SGI, INC., NEW YORK, NY 2004


Consultant to the CEO on Advanced Technologies

CTB / McGRAW-HILL, Research Department, Monterey, CA 2002 2003


Director of Research Methods and Applications
Provided leadership and direction to the development and maintenance of Research technologies, in three areas: Scientific Software, Scientific Methods. Enterprise Technology Renewal initiative.

PEROT SYSTEMS CORPORATION, Time0 Group, Cambridge, MA, 1997-2001


Director, Information Analytics Practice, Electronic Commerce Analytics Frameworks and Services
Designed a state-of-the-art platform for data mining and advanced modeling for business to business on-line electronic commerce transactions; it offered a platform for data analysis of Internet access log files, Internet Registration, authentication and personalization of information to match customer preferences based on their request for information, request for quotes, and demographics. Also, the platform included churn management, yield analysis, the measurement of connection density, and network topology analysis, utilizing neural networks and genetics algorithms.

Strategic Marketing of Value-Added Internet Analytics Services: Developed a conceptual and measurement framework for Electronic Bill Presentment & Payment: float analytics and cash management efficiencies; measurement of clearing float reduction for payers cash reserve management and billers working capital management. Creation of Auction Analytics, B2B Customer Care Modeling: Developed a conceptual and measurement framework for auction analytics: analytics for exchanges negotiated commerce and bid/ask systems of real time digital trade. Created a framework for business-to-business customer care, and value added services in CRM & eCRM. Dynamic Product Portfolio Management: Formed supply and demand chain management analytics (interactive dynamic product portfolio management environments) and Internet and information economics modeling (dynamic pricing and negotiated commerce).

CONCEPT FIVE TECHNOLOGIES, INC., Burlington, Massachusetts


Director, Advanced Information Systems Development , 1996

A system engineering commercial start-up and a spin-off from the MITRE Corporation in Bedford, Massachusetts.

Developed the first General Transaction Architecture for trade in intangible goods like eServices, in particular, Analytical eServices. Formation of a Detailed Plan for an Electronic MALL for Analytics: Developed a new practice proposal for an electronic MALL for advanced analytical services for financial institutions, as well as a general transaction architecture for electronic MALLs on the Internet. This platform has potential for content hosting of numerical analysis in several domains, such as financial analytics and computational biology.

Business Case Generation: Created the business case for the general transaction architecture and the system design and network architecture for the general transaction architecture version 1, which was targeted at end-users on the Internet (B2C). Version 2 was targeted at corporations with web presence (B2B).

MITRE CORPORATION, Bedford, Massachusetts


Principal Scientist, Head of Research, 1995 - 1996

The Economic and Decision Analysis Center (EDAC)


Managed the R&D plan, designed a new organizational structure and planned the centers resource allocation. Concluded a strategy and structure redesign for MITREs EDAC which positioned the research function as a stand-alone practice with applications in six domains. Conducted a literature survey on new advances in methodology and their applications to the companys economic and

decision analysis center work program. Methodologies targeted for implementation in new application developments included genetic algorithms, simulated annealing, neural networks, and fuzzy sets.

MULTIDIMENSIONAL STRATEGIC SYSTEMS, INC., Newton, MA


Principal, 1991 - 1994

MONITOR COMPANY, Cambridge, Massachusetts


Senior Management Consultant, 1990 - 1991
Planning Methodologies, Product Development and Integration,

AMDAHL CORPORATION, Sunnyvale, California


Processor Products: Corporate Marketing Demand Forecasting Project Project Leader, 1988 - 1990

SRI INTERNATIONAL (STANFORD RESEARCH INSTITUTE),


Menlo Park, California Program Director, 1985 - 1988

Business and Economics Statistics Program


Created and then managed the Business and Economic Statistics Program adding new capabilities in quantitative oriented business planning, attitude and consumer research, planning process design, market research, and simulation modeling. Also worked over a decade with the new paradigm in statistics called Multidimensional Scaling in conjunction with Knowledge Engineering and Expert Opinion Databases. Pioneered the application or recently developed methodology to new areas of inquiry - corporate planning, business development, strategic management, opportunity analysis.

Additional Training
Exchange Program, Graduate School of Business at Stanford University, Stanford, CA

Affiliations
American Statistical Association, Association of Computing Machinery, Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences, ANA, MARN

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