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Use of Machine Learning to Predict Non-Diagnostic Home Sleep Apnea Tests

Researchers led by Robert Stretch from the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine at UCLA have developed an algorithm that can predict whether a patient will have a non-diagnostic home sleep apnea test based upon data from the electronic health record and a brief questionnaire.

Method of Reducing Placebo/Nocebo Effects Associated with the Tapering of Medication and Storing Drug Tablet Fragments

UCLA researchers in the Department of Medicine have developed drug tapering schedule software to reduce factors that may impede patients’ discontinuation of a drug.

Antenna-Co-Designed UWB Impulse Transmitter for Size-Constraint Applications

Researchers in the UCLA Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed an antenna co-design for FCC-regulation-compliant IR-UWB transmitters that can be applied to wearable devices and implantable medical technology.

Deep Learning of Biomimetic Sensorimotor Control for Biomechanical Human Animation

UCLA researchers from the Department of Computer Science have developed a computer simulation model and associated software system for biomimetic human sensorimotor control.

Wirelessley Powered Stimulator

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed a battery-less implantable pulse generator with concise circuitry and mm-scale form factor.

Pulsed-Coherent Electronic Front End for Detection and Ranging

Researchers in the UCLA Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed a Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) device capable of high resolution, high acquisition measurements with minimized walk error and adjustable detection quality.

Mechanisms and Devices Enabling Arbitrarily Shaped, Deep-Subwavelength, Acoustic Patterning

UCLA researchers in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering have developed a Compliant Membrane Acoustic Patterning (CAMP) technology capable of patterning cells in an arbitrary pattern at a high resolution over a large area.