Congratulations to WHRI member Mohamed Elgendi

Congratulations to Mohamed Elgendi (BCCHR Fellow and WHRI member), co-recipient of the 2017 Healthy Behaviour Data Challenge Phase II for the project, “On estimating sleep quality,” $25,000.

In partnership with the department of psychology (primary applicant) the project investigates the use a smartphone sensing application to predict sleep parameters solely from natural phone use and validate this approach against objectively assessed indicators of sleep quality.

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