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Philip Low a Fellow of the Sloan-Swartz Center for Theoretical Neurobiology and a Ph.D. candidate in the Computational Neurobiology laboratory at the Salk Institute has founded NeuroVigil.

According to the UCSD website:

Neurovigil has developed a technology that accurately analyzes an entire night of sleep data in under a minute using a single channel of EEG. NeuroVigil's goal is to provide an internet-based service allowing individuals to accurately diagnose their sleep patterns in the comfort of their own homes and avoid protracted and expensive hospital stays.

Philip Low's advisor is Dr. Terrence Sejnowski, Professor of Computational Neurobiology, Salk Institute and UCSD.


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