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“Woman with Autumn Leaves” by Andrew Stevovich (1994). Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

We bring together systems physiology, computational modeling, and imaging together to advance sleep health, diagnostics and therapeutics. Our efforts span several traditional disciplines (e.g. Engineering, Medicine, Surgery) which allows us to investigate the many complex questions in normal and abnormal sleep. Current projects range from the development of smart low-cost and non-intrusive methods for early detection of sleep disorders, to new forms of patient-specific therapy.

Research Portfolio