Guillaume Dumas is an associate professor for University of Montreal's Department of Psychiatry and Addictology at the Faculty of Medicine. He is a director for the laboratory of the Precision Psychiatry & Social Physiology of the Research Centre of the Sainte-Justine UCH. He is the chairholder of IVADO in AI and mental health, of the FRQS J1 in AI and technological health scholarship and an academic associate member of Mila - Quebec's AI Institute.
The work of Guillaume Dumas is the meeting point of social neuroscience, systems' biology and AI. He studies incarnate and reciprocal human nature cognition that englobes all biological levels and social behaviour.
The Precision Psychiatry & Social Physiology Team, directed by Guillaume Dumas, exploits data science on different analytical scales: genetic, neural, cognitive, behavioural and social scales. This translational research program is composed of 3 axis that develop new technological methods for the collecting, the analysis and the interpretation of clinical data. These results provide new exploitable advantages for clinical practice, healthcare and public health: automated tools for the evaluation and readaptation (e.g. serious video games), biological predictive signatures (e.g. biomarkers of stratification) and heuristic representations for clinical decision making (e.g. normative models, symptoms network).
This content has been updated on 20 July 2023 at 20 h 46 min.