After completing medical school at the University of Zimbabwe, Mjaye pursued pediatric residency at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital followed by fellowships in Pediatric Cardiology and Pediatric Critical Care/Anesthesia at Children’s Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School. Following completion of fellowship, Mjaye was clinical faculty in both Pediatric and Cardiac Critical Care at Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine before being recruited to The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto to join the Critical Care Faculty.
Mjaye is currently the Director of the Program for Clinical Translational Engineering at the Hospital for Sick Children and a Staff Physician in Cardiac Critical Care. His research interests include improvement science, data visualization, physiological modeling and the application of complexity science principles to augment understanding of the critically ill patient.
Danny completed medical school and a PhD in neuroscience and biophysics at the Technion institute of technology in Israel. Later he continued his research training as an Aly Kaufman postdoctoral fellow studying dynamics and adaptation processes in network of cortical neurons. After completing of his pediatric residency at Rambam Medical Center in Haifa, Israel, Danny continued to a clinical and research fellowship in pediatric critical care at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.
Danny currently works as a staff physician in the pediatric critical care unit at Rambam Medical Center. His research interests include advanced patient monitoring and applied systems physiology. He focuses on combining tools from diverse fields such as machine learning and nonlinear dynamical systems to create better physiological models and prediction of disease and patient’s states in order to improve the care for critically-ill children.
Andrew is an engineer currently based in Sydney Australia. He worked for 15 years as a consultant for mining and government, focusing on environmental modeling and remote sensing applications. In 2014 Andrew began working with Dr Laussen at SickKids, focusing on collection, storage and analysis of high frequency physiological data streams. Andrew continues to contribute to the group remotely as a research collaborator.
Robert Greer is a Senior Data Analyst at Laussen Labs. Robert holds a Masters and Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Software Engineering respectively from The University of Ontario Institute of Technology. At Laussen Labs, Robert develops and manages the data collection and storage infrastructure ensuring the highest levels of performance and availability. Robert is also actively involved in the development of Atrium where his interest’s optimisation, and networking are realised.
Azadeh Assadi is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner at the Cardiac Critical Care Unit at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto. She earned a Master’s of Nursing degree from University of Toronto in 2016. She also holds two Bachelor’s degrees, one in Science and another in Nursing. At Laussen Labs, Azadeh is developing an online application that would facilitate the acute care management of pediatric patients with congenital heart disease who have been discharged from the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). She applies her clinical expertise in data labelling and classification.
Sebastian Goodfellow is a Senior Research Associate at Laussen Labs. He obtained a Ph.D. in Geophysics, with a specialization in Seismology, from the University of Toronto. Sebastian also holds Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanical Engineering respectively. At Laussen Labs, Sebastian focuses on applying signal processing, machine learning, and deep learning technologies to continuous, real-time, multidimensional, physiological data to make meaningful predictions and classification.