David Maslove, MD, MS, FRCPC (Director) is a clinician scientist in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University, and an internist and intensivist at Kingston General Hospital. His research focuses on exploring the nature of biomedical big data and its uses in critical care research. Dr. Maslove is the Associate Editor for Data Science for Critical Care Medicine.
J. Gordon Boyd, MD, PhD, FRCPC is a clinician scientist in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University, and a neurologist and intensivist at Kingston General Hospital. Dr. Boyd's research focuses on the long term neurologic consequences of critical illness and injury using multimodal data including proteomics, cerebral oxymetry, and robust assessments of cognitive and motor function
Phil Laird, MD, PhD is a Critical Care Fellow at Queen's University and Kingston General Hospital. An engineer by training, Dr. Laird has a PhD in physics, and extensive experience using computational tools to analyze large datasets. Dr. Laird oversees a number of student research projects, including those related to the analysis of pressure waveforms, and development of bedside clinical tools. He also contributes to developing the computation infrastructure used in waveform collection and analysis.
Victoria Tolls - MSc Candidate, School of Computing, Queen's University (Heart rate variability, vasopressors, and precision treatment of shock)
Brandon Chan - MSc Candidate, School of Computing, Queen's University (Data federation and data analytics for the NSERC-funded FoRCE project)
Ryan Kroll, MD - Medical resident, Faculty of Health Sciences, Queen's University (Accuracy of wearable devices for measuring heart rates during ICU recovery)
Richard Veldhoen, MD - Medical resident, Faculty of Health Sciences, Queen's University (Effects of RNA quality on gene expression profiling by microarray)
Mary Hoekstra - Undergraduate student, School of Computing, Queen's University (Gene expression profiling in the setting of a randomized trial in the ICU)
Tal J. Shapira, B.Sc (Eng) - MSc Candidate, School of Computing, Queen's University (Validation of gene expression signatures for the identification of sepsis)
Stephen Peterkins - 4th year engineering physics student (Honours thesis - Identification of pulsus physiology using arterial pressure waveforms)
James Newell - 4th year engineering physics student (Honours thesis - Identification of cardiac rhythm disturbances using central venous pressure waveforms)
Joon Lee, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the School of Public Health and Health Systems at the University of Waterloo. Along with Joel Dubin, PhD of the Department of statistics, he co-directs the Health Data Science Lab.