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AI, Medicine and Data Justice Post-Doctoral Fellow, Queen's University, Ontario

LLana James’ research illuminates how technology can undermine or bolster human rights in the context of clinical care, rehabilitation science and public health. Her interdisciplinary and applied approach is designed to critically appraise current applications of technology while developing and implementing interventions that seed new, ethical futures. To accomplish this, LLana brings together academic and community scholars across disciplines and sectors to work at the intersections of medicine/clinical care, public health, data, AI, law, and race-ethnicity across multiple axes, e.g., gender, class, able-bodiedness. As a result of her ground-breaking work, she is the inaugural AI, Medicine and Data Justice Post-Doctoral Fellow at Queen’s University.


  • –present
    AI, Medicine & Data Post Doctoral Fellow , Queen's University


    University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine PhD(c)
  • Toronto, Canada
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