This fall, the University of Waterloo’s Health Initiatives team launched the Graham Seed Fund (GSF) and invited researchers to submit their proposals for innovative health-care solutions. The GSF strengthens the University’s health system partnerships by providing resources for collaborating directly with a full range of health providers and clinicians.
Dr. Dillon Browne's research proposal, "Virtual psychotherapy for university students enhanced by natural language processing: A randomized pilot study of AI using the Get A-Head® software", was one of 10 that were selected out of 34.
Click here for the full article in Waterloo News.
Congratulations, Dr. Browne!