Phillip H. Phan, Ph.D., is Alonzo and Virginia Decker Professor in the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School with a joint appointment as Professor in the Department of Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine. He is Robert Bosch Policy Fellow at the American Academy in Berlin. He is former Executive Vice Dean and Interim Dean of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. His academic and professional work focuses on technology innovation and entrepreneurship in healthcare, especially in the domains of patient safety and quality. He has published more than 200 peer reviewed research papers, abstracts, and conference proceedings and is author or editor of 13 scholarly books. He served 2 terms as Editor-in-Chief of the Academy of Management Perspectives, is currently Deputy Editor of the International Journal for Quality in Health Care, Academic Editor of Medicine®, and Associate Editor of the Journal of Technology Transfer. He currently serves on review panels for the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, Hong Kong University Grants Council, and the National Science Foundation. He is Networking Core Director for the Johns Hopkins Artificial Intelligence Collaboratory for Aging Research, an NIA-funded national research center for aging. He is co-founder of P4 Microbiome Inc., focused on antimicrobial therapies for the GI tract, and Pistevo Decision, focused on data-driven phenotyping of cancer patients. He is co-PI and co-I of NIH grants totaling more than $25million.