Albert Armieri has spent the past 10 years working at FNIGC overseeing the development and administration of a number of First Nations national survey initiatives, as well as specialized research projects. In addition, Albert has also helped develop proprietary software tools to assist in the consolidation of open data and the automation of metadata.
Prior to joining the organization, Albert worked with the Assembly of First Nations as a Statistical Analyst, supporting the First Nations Regional Health Survey and the First Nations Oral Health Survey. Before that he worked as a Principal Data Analyst with the Child and Parent Resource Institute where his work focused on children’s mental health and treatment outcomes. During this time, Albert also worked as a statistical and methodological consultant, supporting research design, data processing and analysis for clients affiliated with Western University.
Albert graduated from Western University with a Master of Science in Health Sciences, and a specialization in Research and Methodology where he focused and published on movement disorders and cognition.