Diane Mitchnick holds a Bachelor of Science in Computing and Information Systems and is currently working on her graduate thesis. Her research areas encompass neural networks and artificial intelligence, and her goal is to leverage these into a healthcare analytics package that will provide insight into learning the diagnostic behaviour of adult ADHD. Diane lives in Calgary, Alberta, where she works full-time as a programmer analyst for the City of Calgary. Her hobbies include music, programming, soccer, dance, and volunteering. To learn more about her research, visit the MHADS project.