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Dr. Jennifer Khoury

Dr. Jennifer Khoury is a clinical psychologist and assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at Mount Saint Vincent University, where she holds a Tier II Canada Research Chair in Interdisciplinary Studies in Neuroscience. She leads the Developmental Psychobiology Research Centre (DPRC) and seeks to understand how early life experiences influence biological, psychological, and social development. Dr. Khoury has expertise in child and parent interaction, attachment, the still-face paradigm and child socio-emotional development, as well as knowledge and methodological expertise related to behavioural observation, emotional and behavioural coding, and complex statistical analyses. As a developmental psychologist, she has a successful publication record focused on the effects of early life stress, including disruptions in parent-child relationships, on child emotional, behavioural, and physiological development.

Dr. Leslie Anne Campbell

Dr. Leslie Anne Campbell holds the Sobey Family Chair in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Outcomes Research and is an Associate Professor in the Department of Community Health & Epidemiology and the School of Nursing at Dalhousie University. Her research interests include patient-centered outcomes research and routine health outcome measurement, primarily in the area of child and youth mental health.

Dr. Sherry Stewart

Dr. Sherry Stewart is a Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology & Neuroscience at Dalhousie University and a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Addictions and Mental Health. Her research focuses on psychological factors underlying addictive behaviors, and mechanisms and interventions for co-occurring emotional and addictive disorders.

Dr. Sageev Oore

Dr.Sageev Oore, Canada CIFAR AI Chair is a faculty member in Computer Science at Dalhousie University (Halifax) and a Research Faculty Member at the Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence (Toronto). He is interested in basic research in machine learning and deep learning, and its applications in areas including audio, health, and computational creativity. From 2016 to 2018, Sageev was Visiting Scientist on the Magenta team at Google Brain (California), developing generative music systems. He is also an award-winning musician and performs internationally.

Dr. Rita Orji

Dr. Rita Orji is an Associate Professor of Computer Science and the Director of the Persuasive Computing Lab at Dalhousie University. Her research is the area of Human-Computer Interaction, with a major focus on Persuasive Technology and Behaviour Change. She is particularly interested in investigating how to design interactive systems (applications) to support users to achieve various health and wellness objectives including to improve a wide range health and wellness behaviors such as sexual and other health risk behaviors, healthy eating, physical activity, mental health, and smoking cessations.

Dr. Patrick McGrath

Dr. Patrick McGrath is a clinical psychologist and Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry at Dalhousie. His research focuses on the development, evaluation, and dissemination of e-health interventions. He is chair of the board of the not for profit, Strongest Families Institute, an e-health service that serves over 8000 families a year across Canada. He is President and CEO of 90Second Health, a startup that delivers health information in a novel way.

Dr. Evangelos E. Milios

Evangelos Milios is a University Research Professor at the Faculty of Computer Science, Dalhousie University and Scientific Director of Deepsense. His current research is on interactive machine learning methods for information retrieval and text classification and clustering of scientific, biomedical and social media documents. His aim is to support domain experts in making sense of large document collections.

Dr. Lori Wozney

Dr. Wozney is a Senior Health Outcomes Scientist at the Nova Scotia Health Authority and affiliated Scientist at the IWK Health Centre. She has a PhD in Educational Technology/Human Performance Technology and completed Post-Doc Fellowship in Psychology. She is the Principal Investigator on multiple digital health intervention development and evaluation projects and national e-health policy initiatives. Her research program seeks to improve health technology design to reduce inequalities in access to care.


The GAYA study represents a Pan-Canadian effort of clinical and genetic experts with specific recruitment sites at Calgary, Halifax, Hamilton, and Toronto.

Dr. Paul Arnold
Dr. Jennifer Crosbie
Dr. Manuel Mattheisen
Dr. Noam Soreni
Dr. Evelyn Stewart
Dr. Christie Burton
Dr. Russel Schachar
Dr. Karen Rowa

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