Our centre is expanding with the following openings (click for full details and to apply):
Independent Scientist for Artificial Intelligence
The Independent Scientist for Artificial Intelligence will build and lead a team responsible for developing machine learning techniques that contribute to data-driven definitions of mental health and brain disorders, identifying outcome predictors and optimal intervention opportunities. The Krembil AI Team will integrate machine learning, predictive models and decision support into CAMH, and work in close collaboration with clinical and research scientists on early identification of mental health issues and improving care, clinical outcomes and patient engagement. The successful candidate will be considered for an appointment as a Vector Faculty Member on a part-time basis for an indefinite duration.
Independent Scientist for Brain and Health Knowledge Management
The Independent Scientist for Brain and Health Knowledge Management will build and lead a team responsible for organizing and disseminating data, models and literature related to the definition and treatment of mental health disorders to support both researchers and clinicians. This team will maintain and curate ontologies of brain disorders and link to data, analyses, visualizations, literature and models supporting their definition. This clinical support platform will support reasoning and inference across definitions and datasets to bridge psychiatric and neurological disorders.
Research Data Coordinator
The Research Data Coordinator will work in collaboration with the Knowledge Engineering team to ensure the management of data assets, data lineage and data access, including the consistent application of data models and provenance tracking, data quality and data accuracy across all group delivery initiatives.
For inquiries about applying, please contact David Rotenberg, Operations Director for the Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics.