Jane Payumo

Jane Payumo

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Head of Research Evaluation and Data Analytics Team, AgBioResearch
AgBioResearch

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517-432-1639

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Description

My position supports the CANR’s Associate Dean for Research in formulating and implementing the research evaluation and data management goals and priorities of AgBioResearch and CANR. I play a key role in aligning research evaluation and data management activities with the AgBioResearch and CANR interests to map “ideas to impact”, and in directing research evaluation and data-driven outcomes to added value (e.g. department/college-wide action points, new initiatives and new, strategic research directions, and impactful research).

Affiliated with:

African Studies Center, Center for Gender in Global Context, Institute for Public Policy Research, and Washington State University Crop and Soil Sciences

Areas of Expertise: 

Program evaluation and data analytics; intellectual property rights management for life science and agriculture. 

Education: 

  • Ph.D., Interdisciplinary Sciences (Molecular Plant Sciences, Economics and Sociology)
  • Washington State University, 2011
  • M.Sc., Technology Management, University of the Philippines, 2000
  • B.Sc., Zoology, Central Luzon State University, 1996 

Research interests: 

  • Research evaluation, metrics design and data-driven analytics
  • Econometric studies on agricultural development
  • Internationalization of science
  • IPR management for developing countries

Selected Publications: 

  • J Payumo, A Gerard and G Neisler. 2019. Mapping the Benefits of Faculty Development to International Research Partnerships. 2019. Journal of Faculty Development 33 (16), 49-64

  • JG Payumo, J Monson, A Jamison, and BW Fenwick. 2019. Metrics-based profiling of university research engagement with Africa: research management, gender, and internationalization perspective. Scientometrics, 1-24

  • J Payumo, D Moore, M Evans and P Arasu. 2019. An Evaluation of Researcher Motivations and Productivity Outcomes in International Collaboration and Partnerships at a US Research-Intensive University. Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies. 6 (2), 4-4

  • J Payumo, S Assem, N Bhooshan, H Galhena, R Mbabazi, K Maredia. 2018. Managing Agricultural Research for Prosperity and Food Security in 2050: Comparison of Performance, Innovation Models and Prospects. The Open Agriculture Journal 12 (1)

  • J.G. Payumo, G. Lan and P Arasu. 2017. Researcher mobility at a U.S. research-intensive university: Implications for research and 1internationalization strategies. Research Evaluation 27. 28-35.

  • J.G. Payumo, T. C. Sutton, D. Brown, D. Nordquist, M Evans, D. Moore and P Arasu. 2017. Input-Output Analysis of International Research Collaborations: A Case study of Five U.S. Universities. Scientometrics 111 (3), pp. 1657-1671

  • J.G. Payumo, P. Arasu, A.M. Faizu, I. Z. Siregar, and D. Noviana. 2013. An Entrepreneurial, Research- Based University Model for Economic Development in Emerging Economies: The Case of Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia. pp 1-23. World Patent Information.

  • J.G. Payumo, Z. Gang, E. Pulumbarit, K. Jones, K. Maredia, and H. Grimes. 2012. Managing Intellectual Property and Technology Commercialization: Comparison and Analysis of Practices, Success Stories and Lessons Learned from Public Research Universities in Developing Asia. Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice Journal Vol 14 (4): pp 391-432.

  • J.G. Payumo, K. Jones, and H.D. Grimes. 2012. Licensing Agricultural Intellectual Property: How Public R&D Institutions in Developing Countries Should Respond? International Journal of Technology Management. Vol. 9 (4): pp. 1250028 1- 1250028-24.