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Sleep sensors to detect relapse in Schizophrenia

Photo by Kinga Cichewicz on Unsplash

News article: King’s College London

Currently, we are testing the devices shown on the right. In order to make sense of each device’s data, all devices are worn on the same wrist of a candidate person. This enables us to compare the different outputs and pinpoints advantages and disadvantages of the devices. Automatic sleep detection and scoring is of particular interest, since greater accuracy and resolution will help to detect relapse in Schizophrenia more reliably.

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Algorithm design and strategy by Dr David Baker (Janssen). Implementation and application by Dr Steven Kiddle (KCL). For queries please contact steven.kiddle(at)kcl(dot)ac(dot)uk.

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Exome Chip Rare Caller Pipeline

A pipeline for running Zcall and Opticall on Illumina Exome Chip Datasets. This workflow will handle all the file parsing and run both callers and compare the output bed files.


Author: Amos Folarin
Organisation: KCL/SLaM

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