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Decision Support tool for
Remote Patient Monitoring
We help you convert a consumer wristband into a medical grade device
Circadian rhythms
Why timing matters?
Circadian rhythms
Life has adapted to regular day-night change.

Daily oscillations of hormonal and biological patterns of our body are called circadian rhythms.
Mistiming of lifestyle and body rhythms is no good.

Desynchronization of wake and sleep with sleep hormone melatonin causes tiredness.

Desynchronization of meals and circadian rhythmicity of insulin sensitivity may cause metabolic disorders.
Circadian rhythms are individual.

Research helps better understand how synchronization of inner body clock with lifestyle habits imact health and performance.

Our mission is to find best and universals techniques to study circadian rhythms by merging representative biobank data with large population coverage provided by wearables technology.
Deep Learning Models
Neural Networks are especially good at pattern recognition. We can help you to:
  • Tune or build brand new Neural Network model to extract circadian rhythm features from wearables time series data export

  • Impute missing data, remove batch-effect (adjust for device manufacturer/ os version)
Biobank big data
Biobank data provide a vast demographic and socio-economic characteristics. We can help you to:
  • Develop selection/enrollment criteria for human trial studies

  • Adjust data/biomarkers for demographic, lifestyle, health, and socio-economic characteristics
Consumer-grade wearables
Consumer wearable and mobile devices provide prospective and historical longitudinal data. We can help you to:
  • Process wearables time series data as actogram to detect parameters of rest-activity / sleep-wake cycle
  • Build predictive models, statistical analysis
    Find anomaly events (time zone, lifestyle, etc.)

  • Estimate stability, recovery time and frequency of health-, lifestyle-related events

Meet our team
Sergey Filonov
Partnering and business development
Inna Pertsovskaya
Biomedical scientist, Innovation, Biotech, Deep tech, PhD
Tim Pyrkov
Chief Data Scientist
mHealth, PhD
Contact us for opportunities on research collaboration.
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