Jan 25, 2022
In this conversation Dorothy Kessler PhD, Assistant Professor at Queen’s University, Affiliate Scientist at the Bruyère Research Institute, and a 2020 AMS Compassion and AI Fellow and Babak Taati PhD, PEng, Scientist at the KITE Research institute UHN, Assistant Professor at UofT in the Department of Computer Science and the institute of Biomedical Engineering, and 2020 AMS Compassion and AI Fellow discuss the work they are doing in technology to improve the quality of life for aging populations in long term care facilities and at home.
If you would like more information on Dorothy and Babak and the important work they are doing here are some links to get you started.
Dorothy Kessler, PhD,
Assistant Professor in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy at Queen’s University
and an Affiliate Scientist at the Bruyère Research Institute Ottawa
Dr. Frank Knoefel, Bruyère Research Institute
Dr. Neil Thomas, Bruyère Research Institute
Dr. Marica Finlayson, Queen’s University
Dr. Jeff Kaye, Oregon Health and Science University
Babak Taati, PhD, PEng
Scientist at the KITE Research Institute, UHN
Assistant professor at UofT in the Department of Computer Science and the institute of Biomedical Engineering.
Dr. Andrea Laboni
Geriatric psychiatrist and clinical researcher based at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, UHN,
Medical lead of the specialized dementia unit
Dr. Thomas Hadjistavropoulos:
Professor; Research Chair in Aging and Health, University of Regina and Registered Doctoral Psychologist
Dr. Yana Yunusova
Professor, Department of Speech-language Pathology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
Senior Scientist, KITE Research Institute – UHN