Dr Neema Moraveji
Neema Moraveji headed up Stanford University’s Calm Lab, which developed the first activity tracker for mental health – measuring state of mind and breathing. His work has been covered in the NY Times, WSJ, NPR, and others. Moraveji’s research at The Calm Lab led him to commercialise their findings. His work now enables clinicians, researchers, and patients to improve care and quality of life using long-term and high-adherence respiratory force monitoring coupled with predictive analytics and human-in-the-loop clinical oversight.
Neema’s team conducts the research that leads to the design & validation of respiratory products, novel datasets that train our predictive models, peer-review publications, sensor validation, and regulatory approval.
Responding to a community in need