Harvard Medical Sleep Project – continued

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So, we’re into the second development phase of this operation. Now incorporating feedback into a continuously polled database, the software is finally going to take full shape with a more elegant and basic interface. Hopefully, with these changes, the project will come to full fruition and this software can be adapted for use in future […]

Sleep Project Progresses

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The Sleep Research Project with Harvard is moving along at a clip now. They’ve started the study, and have begun using the initial design of the application I’ve created. Here are some words from Andrew Carballeira, project manager on this study. “No one has done this kind of work in sleep or acoustics, so despite […]

Harvard Medical Sound Project

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Last Friday, my old friend and colleague, Andy Carballeira (who is now teaching at Berklee, 5 years out…), called me out of the blue after about 2 years of only the semi-occasional myspace contact, to enlist my help on a project he’s working on for the Harvard Medical School. It involves testing the effects of […]