Research Assistant, Global Health Foresighting [S19]
Ailya received an Honours Specialized in Cognitive Science at York University, an interdisciplinary program that draws on psychology, artificial intelligence and philosophy to understand how the brain generates subjective experiences.
Alongside her work at the Dahdaleh Institute, Ailya works on Rapid Risk Factor Surveillance System at the Institute for Social Research at York University, collecting data for health units across Ontario. She volunteers as a Research Assistant at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and at Sherman Health Sciences Research.
Ailya is passionate about disease prevention policies and programs and the challenges of contemporary global epidemics.
|Global Health Foresighting|
|Data Science, Design|
Students Present Work on Causal Mapping, AI Ethics and Design Thinking | 29 August 2019
Trainee Program: 2018-2019 Year In Review | 7 July 2019
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