Mark Lee ,

  • Adjunct Professor - People Analytics

  • Head of Research, Analytics, and Business Development, UL ComplianceWire


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Mark Lee is the Head of Research, Analytics, and Business Development at the Underwriters Laboratories (UL) ComplianceWire unit and an adjunct Professor of Technology Management at NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering People Analytics group.  Mark currently helps companies bring to market and manufacture safe pharmaceuticals and medical devices by focusing on the training and development of the people involved.  Mark spent many years as a Human Factors Engineer, improving the usability of a diverse range of industrial and consumer products, from fighter jets like the F-22 to Bridal Registry kiosks for department stores.  Mark is a ramblin' wreck from Georgia Tech, from where he earned his doctorate in Engineering Psychology with a minor concentration in Industrial Engineering.  At NYU, Dr. Lee teaches Human Factors Engineering in Design, and Workplace Design, Statistics for Data Analysts, Managing Human Resource Technology in Organizations, and Human Capital, Big Data, Predictive Analytics, and ROI.

Research Interests
Mark Lee is currently involved with transforming the landscape of pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturing training at the corporate, governmental, and manufacturing floor level. His research involves leveraging large data sets to promote regulatory change and best practices to improve the safety of the global health care system.
Georgia Institute of Technology, 1996

PhD, Engineering Psychology