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The application of AI technologies in the healthcare sector has been of great interest in recent years. There have been significant investments made into developing these technologies (Murphy, 2017; Silcoff, 2018; KPMG, 2018), and AI in healthcare has been the topic of numerous conferences (O’Neil, 2017), editorial commentaries (Beam & Kohane, 2016; Norrie, 2018; Naylor, 2018; Hinton, 2018), and news blogs (Siwicki, 2017; Siwicki, 2019; Towers-Clark, 2018; HIMSS, 2018). Of the many possible applications, the use of ML technology to generate predictions to inform medical decision-making has incited discussion of the implications on the health system (Kuziemsky, 2016; Shahid et al., 2019). Extensive research and development has been conducted for AI technology for healthcare, however there remain few examples of successful AI implemented in health settings (Lancet, 2018).

Students:

Ms. Paige Gilbank

HBSc Biomedical Science

TECHNA Institute
Research Analyst on the Cancer Informatics Team

Ms. Kaleigh Johnson-Cover

HBSc. Biomedical Science

Supported Learning Groups, University of Guelph , Neuropotential Clinics
Program Assistant , Neurofeedback Mentor

Ms. Tran Truong

BMath, Honours Computer Science

Health Informatics Research, Techna, University Health Network, PM Data Science, University Health Network
Manager, Project Director

Capstone Supervisor:

Adriana Ieraci

M.Eng
Conveyor Built
CEO and Founder

Capstone Advisory Committee:

Dr. Jennifer

PhD
Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship Program and the Centre for Health Wellness and Cancer Survivorship (ELLICSR), Princess Margaret cancer Centre, Ontario Cancer Institute , Department of Psychiatry and Dalla Lana Faculty of Public Health, University of Toronto.
Director, Scientist, Associate Professor

Greg A.

PhD, P.Eng.
University of Toronto
Professor, Industrial Engineering

Michael W.

PhD, LEL, FCAE
University of Toronto
Professor, Industrial Engineering

Jennifer

University of Toronto
Assistant Professor

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Ms. Paige Gilbank

HBSc Biomedical Science

TECHNA Institute
Research Analyst on the Cancer Informatics Team

Ms. Kaleigh Johnson-Cover

HBSc. Biomedical Science

Supported Learning Groups, University of Guelph , Neuropotential Clinics
Program Assistant , Neurofeedback Mentor

Ms. Tran Truong

BMath, Honours Computer Science

Health Informatics Research, Techna, University Health Network, PM Data Science, University Health Network
Manager, Project Director
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The application of AI technologies in the healthcare sector has been of great interest in recent years. There have been significant investments made into developing these technologies (Murphy, 2017; Silcoff, 2018; KPMG, 2018), and AI in healthcare has been the topic of numerous conferences (O’Neil, 2017), editorial commentaries (Beam & Kohane, 2016; Norrie, 2018; Naylor, 2018; Hinton, 2018), and news blogs (Siwicki, 2017; Siwicki, 2019; Towers-Clark, 2018; HIMSS, 2018). Of the many possible applications, the use of ML technology to generate predictions to inform medical decision-making has incited discussion of the implications on the health system (Kuziemsky, 2016; Shahid et al., 2019). Extensive research and development has been conducted for AI technology for healthcare, however there remain few examples of successful AI implemented in health settings (Lancet, 2018).

Capstone Supervisor:

Adriana Ieraci

M.Eng
Conveyor Built
CEO and Founder

Capstone Advisory Committee:

Dr. Jennifer

PhD
Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship Program and the Centre for Health Wellness and Cancer Survivorship (ELLICSR), Princess Margaret cancer Centre, Ontario Cancer Institute , Department of Psychiatry and Dalla Lana Faculty of Public Health, University of Toronto.
Director, Scientist, Associate Professor

Greg A.

PhD, P.Eng.
University of Toronto
Professor, Industrial Engineering

Michael W.

PhD, LEL, FCAE
University of Toronto
Professor, Industrial Engineering

Jennifer

University of Toronto
Assistant Professor