Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management, D’Amore-McKim School of Business
Northeastern University
Gilbert N. Nyaga
Northeastern University
214 Hayden Hall 360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115-5000
United States
(617) 373-2116

Gilbert N. Nyaga is an Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business. He is also a faculty associate in the Center for Health Policy and Healthcare Research at Northeastern University. He received his PhD in Business Administration from Michigan State University. He is currently the Curriculum Coordinator in the Supply Chain Management and Information Group, D’Amore-McKim School of Business. He serves in the editorial boards of Journal of Business Logistics and International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management. He also serves or has served in different roles in the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals including the Academic Strategies Committee, Research Strategies Committee, and executive board of the New England Roundtable.

Dr. Nyaga’s research focuses on supply chain collaboration, logistics strategy, and healthcare supply chains. Specifically, his research addresses relational and integrative issues in supply chain exchanges as well as strategies applied in logistics operations. His research in the healthcare sector examines the application of supply chain strategies and the impact on clinical and operational performance. His published work appears in journals such as Journal of Business Logistics, Journal of Operations Management, Journal of Supply Chain Management, Industrial Marketing Management, and Healthcare Management Review. He has also presented his research at several supply chain and healthcare conferences. He has received research support from different sources including Northeastern University and the Veterans Engineering Resource Center (VERC), Department of Veteran Affairs. His research publications have received awards including the 2013 Harold E Fearon Best Paper Award (Journal of Supply Chain Management) and 2010-2014 Jack Meredith Best Paper Finalist (Journal of Operations Management).