Steven Lockley, Ph.D., is faculty in the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School and a Neuroscientist in the Division of Sleep and Circadian Disorders at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He has 24 years of experience in sleep and circadian rhythm research and has published more than 150 original reports, reviews, chapters and editorials on sleep and circadian rhythms and recently co-authored Sleep: A Very Short Introduction. Dr. Lockley continues his research with funding from NASA, NIH and others.
We Understand Sleep Deeply
SleepScore Labs has the largest collection of at-home sleep data on the planet.
Leveraging ResMed, the global leader in sleep and respiratory medicine with more than 25 years of research and development in sleep, SleepScore by ResMed technology powers our non-contact sleep improvement system. The SleepScore Max device and companion app work together, using bio-motion sensors to track your respiration and body movement as you travel through each sleep stage. SleepScore Max uses advanced echolocation technology, similar to the way that bats navigate when flying, that transmits a short pulse of radio waves and uses that to track your sleep. The device transmits a short pulse of radio waves at high frequency and then listens for the echo of the pulse. As you move, the phase of the echo changes and is converted into a signal that reflects the movement of your chest to capture respiration.
It took over a decade of development by ResMed and the collection of millions of nights of data to hone the precision of our sleep tracking technology. It has been validated against Polysomnography (PSG) and Actigraphy, the two clinically accepted standards of measuring sleep and these results are published in over 10 scientific peer-reviewed papers. Scientists all over the world have applied the technology in their academic and clinical research. It is truly the most accurate non-contact sleep tracker available for use in a night-after-night at home setting.
From Sleep Experts
Though sleep greatly impacts health, modern medical curriculum dedicates less than a day toward the subject matter. To ensure we provide you with the best advice to improve your sleep, we recruited and partnered with a panel of experts with decades of experience in sleep science, top board positions and hundreds of related publications.
Michael Breus, Ph.D., is a Diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine and a Fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. He is one of only 163 psychologists in the world with his credentials and distinctions in field of Clinical Sleep Disorders. Dr. Breus has been in the practice of treating sleep disorders for 17 years, authored three Amazon Best Sellers on the power of sleep, and served as an expert resource and contributor to WebMD, Huffington Post, and The Dr. Oz Show.
Roy Raymann holds a Ph.D. in Life Sciences from Vrije University Amsterdam and was recognized in the Netherlands with an award of Best Ph.D. Thesis in Sleep Medicine. Before joining the private sector, Dr. Raymann spent more than a decade in academia studying sleep science at the Netherlands Institute for Neurosciences. Most recently at Apple, he was responsible for the company’s efforts in health-related initiatives, including features such as Night Shift, Bedtime and the Sleep part of Apple Health. Prior to Apple, he was the Sleep Thought Leader at Philips Research focusing on the consumer sleep division where he founded the Sleep Experience Lab.
Nathaniel Watson, M.D., is Board Certified in sleep medicine and neurology and serves as Director of the Harborview Medical Center Sleep Clinic and co-director of the UW Medicine Sleep Center. He is the former President of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and American Board of Sleep Medicine. Among Dr. Watson’s diverse research interests is his current focus on the genetic aspects of habitual sleep duration, sleepiness and circadian rhythms and the association between obstructive sleep apnea and cancer.
Dr. Oz has won eight Daytime Emmy® Awards for “The Dr. Oz Show” and is Professor of Surgery at Columbia University. His research interests include heart replacement surgery, minimally invasive surgery, alternative medicine and health care policy. He has authored over 400 original publications, book chapters, and eight New York Times Best Selling books, has received numerous patents, and still participates in heart surgery. He also has a newspaper column in 175 markets internationally, and has a bookazine “The Good Life”, which was voted the hottest new publication in 2014 and entered the top ten of all newsstand sales in 2015. He received his undergraduate degree from Harvard University (1982) and obtained a joint MD and MBA (1986) from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and Wharton Business School. He resides in metropolitan New York City area with his wife Lisa and 4 children.