Onur Asan

School: School of Systems & Enterprises
Building: Babbio
Room: 533
Phone: 201.216.3616
Email: oasan@stevens.edu
  • Ph.D. Industrial and Systems Engineering, August 2013 
    University of Wisconsin-Madison, WI
  • M.S. Industrial and Systems Engineering, June 2010 
    University of Wisconsin-Madison, WI
  • B.S. Industrial and Systems Engineering, June 2006 
    Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey




General Information

Dr. Onur Asan completed his Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems engineering at University of Wisconsin-Madison, specializing in human factors and human-computer interaction. Dr. Asan's research focuses on application of theory, methods and design from the discipline of human factors engineering and human computer interaction to  improve socio-technical change in health care.  In particular, Dr. Asan has been studying how new technologies, and organizational initiatives transform a) ambulatory and hospital work systems, b) patient centred care/communication, c) care coordination  and workflow, and d) outcomes including patient safety, trust, quality of care and employee well-being. Dr. Asan also works on development and testing of user/patient centred health technologies to improve user experience of care.

Dr. Asan’s work has been funded by federal and private institutions including National Health Institute (NIH), Agency for Health Care Research and Quality (AHRQ), Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), and Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI).


Professional Service

Assistant Professor, Medical College of Wisconsin, Center for Patient Care and Outcomes Research (2013-2018)

Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-
Milwaukee, Department of Industrial Engineering (2014-2018)

Member – Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center,
Cancer Prevention Program (2016-2018)