Dr. Christo El Morr is an Associate Professor of Health Informatics, the Health Informatics Certificate Coordinator, and former Undergraduate Program Director at the School of Health Policy and Management at York University; he is also a Research Scientist at North York General Hospital, Toronto.

His research covers Health Informatics and Global eHealth with a focus on Virtual Care, Health Virtual Communities and Machine Learning for Health, particularly in the domain of mental health, chronic disease management, health promotion and health services research. His work in Global eHealth addresses human and disability rights, equity, and bender-based violence. He has received research funding from the Ontario Center of Excellence (OCE), the Canadian Institute for Health Research (CIHR), the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), and served as an Expert Reviewer for the Ministry of Research and Innovation in Ontario, as well as an Expert Committee Member for Canada Foundation for Innovation. In 2016, he received recognition as York University Research Leader.

He has published books, chapters, and articles in these areas including the "first of its kind" Health Informatics book in Canada. His two upcoming books include a co-authored textbook on “Machine Learning for Practical Decision Making” (Springer) and an edited book on “AI and Society: Tensions and Opportunities” (CRC Press Taylor & Francis).

He serves as Associate Editor of the International Journal of Extreme Automation and Connectivity in Healthcare (IJEACH) and an editorial board member of the International Journal of Mental Health (IJMH). He also serves as a Scientific Committee Member in several health informatics conferences.