To support this work, stakeholders across disciplines and areas of expertise have come together to form a CAMH-wide BrainHealth Databank team. This team consists of a Steering Committee, several working groups and operational teams, and an external Scientific Advisory Commmittee.
CAMH BrainHealth Databank Steering Committee
The Steering Committee is the decision-making body made up of key stakeholders from across CAMH who ensure that this work continues to help us achieve the goals of the One CAMH Strategic Plan.
Sean Hill – Scientific Director, Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics; BrainHealth Databank Chair and Project Sponsor
Damian Jankowicz – Vice President, Information Management, Chief Information Officer and Chief Privacy Officer; BrainHealth Databank Executive Project Sponsor
Joanna Yu – Senior Portfolio Manager, BrainHealth Databank Project Lead, Biobank Working Group Chair and Measurement-Based Care Operations Team Chair
Peter Selby – Clinician Scientist, Addictions Division and Chief of Medicine in Psychiatry Division; BrainHealth Databank Research and Care Coordination Portal Working Group Chair
Kimberly Hunter – Acting Director, Quality, Safety and Patient/Family Experience; BrainHealth Databank Patient and Family Engagement Team Chair
Noelle Coombe – Director, Health Information Management and Clinical Systems Innovation; BrainHealth Databank Data Governance and Privacy Working Group Chair
David Rotenberg – Director, Data Strategy and Business Intelligence and Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics Operations; BrainHealth Databank Data Engineering and Systems Integration Operations Team Chair
The Scientific Advisory Committee is made up of local, national and international experts in learning health systems, in implementation of digital health technologies, and in large-scale brain data-sharing initiatives. This committee provides strategic advice to the Steering Committee.
Patient and Family BrainHealth Databank Engagement Team
The Patient and Family BrainHealth Databank Engagement Team is a partnership between patients, families and the BrainHealth Databank team. The role of the team is to engage patients and families in aspects of this work that will have a direct impact on patient care, research and experience.