Michal Gaziel Yablowitz
I am a PhD research student for Health Information Systems, School of Business Adminstrarion, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan-Israel. In the past, I worked as a Web (.net, client & server) developer and as a presale analyst for tech inventions at the Technion Institute for R&D. In the last four years I teach courses in Usability and Prototyping in Ariel University at the Digital Communication track, School of Communication.
B.A. Web Technologies and Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Information systems, Department of Sociology, Bar Ilan University (Graduated: 2009)
M.A. (cum laude) Department of Communication, School of Managment. University of Haifa (Graduated: 2013).
Thesis: the impact of Tech-Blogs on Venture Capitalists desicion making process, supervised by Dr. Daphne Raban from University of Haifa, School of Management
Currently: Phd student. Information system track, School of Business Administration, Bar-Ilan University.
Dissertation: Share to Cure: A Pharmaco-Spatial Model for Community Sourced Medication in Single Person Emergencies, Supervised by Prof. David G. Schwartz, School of Business Administration, Bar-Ilan University.
Scholarships and Awards
2014-2018: Presidential Scholarship for Excellent Doctoral Students, Bar-Ilan University.
2014-2015: Women's Talmudic Program Scholarship for Excellent Doctoral Students, Midrasha, Bar-Ilan University.
Gaziel-Yablowitz, M., Raban, D R. (2014). Investment Decision Paths in the Information Age: The Effect of Online Journalism. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (in press)
Raban, D.R., Gaziel-Yablowitz, M. (2012) The effect of media types, message cues, and framing on investment decisions. MCIS (Mediterranean Conference for Information System), Guimarães, Portugal
Gaziel-Yablowitz, M., Raban, D. R. (2012). The effect of media types, message cues, and framing on investment decisions. ILAIS (The Six conference of Israeli Associati