The Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics (KCNI)
collaborates globally to collect and integrate large-scale brain research data, apply machine learning and mathematical models to develop multiscale computational models that can transform our understanding of brain disorders. The Centre coordinates the organization, integration, analysis, visualization, and modelling of data across all levels of the brain — from genes to circuits to behaviour.
Neuroinformatics is an area of research that uses complex data analysis, artificial intelligence and computer modelling to uncover new insights about the brain. By combining these approaches, researchers can study multiple and extensive collections of data about the brain. Researchers seek to understand and depict the brain’s structures, how it works and how a range of factors play a role in mental illness.