Ph.D. University of Louisiana-Monroe, USA, MBA, PGDCA, BSc. (Statistics)
Adjunct Professor, Professor- College of Business, University of Houston, Clear Lake, Houstan, Texas, USA
Location: Jaipuria Lucknow
Strategic Marketing, Social Media Marketing
Heathcare Marketing, Healthcare Ethics
Dr. Ashish Chandra is a Professor of Healthcare Administration, School of Business at the University of Houston-Clear Lake (UHCL), Houston, Texas, USA. Dr. Chandra's areas of teaching include are healthcare ethics, healthcare marketing, and healthcare systems.
Dr. Chandra has over 20 years of university-level teaching experience in the U.S. He is one of the foremost authorities in healthcare marketing, healthcare and medical ethics, healthcare systems, and medical tourism. Dr. Chandra is a prolific researcher and has almost 75 publications in journals, two edited books, ten book chapters, and over 200 publications in conference proceedings. He has conducted research and published numerous articles related to healthcare ethics, healthcare marketing, and management issues.
He actively serves or has served on the board of directors of several professional high-profile professional and community organizations including The American College of Healthcare executives-Southeast Texas Chapter, The Asian Healthcare Leaders Association, and the Community Health Charities of Texas. He has served as the President of four major international academic organizations in the United States - the Business and Health Administration Association; the Association of Collegiate Marketing Educators; the MBAA International; and the Federation of Business Disciplines.
He also served as the Chair of the Healthcare Administration Department for over four years at UHCL. Prior to joining the University of Houston-Clear Lake in 2007, He was an associate professor and program coordinator of the graduate Healthcare Administration program in the School of Business at Marshall University, West Virginia, USA where he was a faculty from 2000 to 2007 and before that he was Assistant Professor of Social and Administrative Science in the School of Pharmacy, the Xavier University of Louisiana in New Orleans, USA.
Dr. Chandra has received numerous awards and recognition related to teaching, research, and service throughout his career, including the 2015 Outstanding Professor Award given by the University of Houston - Clear Lake Alumni Association; the 2012 American College of Healthcare Executives Service Award; the 2011 Outstanding Educator Award from the Association of Collegiate Marketing Educators; Marshall University Distinguished Artists and Scholars Award - Senior Division (the highest research award at Marshall University); the Management Educator Medallion, awarded by the Charleston Area Medical Center (CAMC) School of Nurse Anesthesia and the CAMC Health Education and Research Institute; Lewis College of Business Alumni Outstanding Innovation in Teaching Award, Marshall University; Outstanding Researcher Award, Lewis College of Business, Marshall University; the Bright Idea Award sponsored by Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University and the NJPRO Foundation; to name a few.
He has also received over fifteen best paper awards at conferences or conference tracks, including three McGraw-Hill/Irwin Distinguished Paper Awards. He is an Executive Editor of the journal Hospital Topics (the oldest journal in the healthcare administration field) and actively serves on the editorial board of several journals including the International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing; the International Journal of Health Management and Tourism; and Health Care Manager.
Dr. Chandra is a well-recognized healthcare administration academician internationally. He serves on the academic advisory board of several educational institutions in Turkey and India. He has also provided professional consulting services to some healthcare and business organizations as well as accreditation and program review-related consulting services to several institutions in the United States.
Among the healthcare institutions, he has provided professional consultancy including well-recognized universities and programs, state public health departments, large hospital-based educational programs, physician group practices, radiologic clinics, hospice care facilities, independent health professionals, to name a few. He has also provided training workshops related to several human resources management, marketing and marketing research, and business strategy development-related topics at institutions in U.S. and India.
He is associated with the Jaipuria Institute of Management as International Adjunct Professor.