Prometheus Research will build a sleep research registry as part of a large-scale Stanford study designed to develop and disseminate essential tools and data to the scientific community to advance the field of sleep medicine. Prometheus will build an extensible registry to address the underrepresentation of genetic research in sleep disorders.
The Stanford Technology Analytics and Genomics in Sleep (STAGES) study will explore sleep through genetics and technology in a large-scale patient-oriented study collecting objective and subjective sleep data, and biological samples from 30,000 patients at more than 10 different sleep clinic sites. Building a sleep study as ambitious as Stanford’s STAGES project requires joining highly disparate data from multiple sources and modalities—including third-party research data, genetic information, images, and sensor output. “We believe that the Stanford Technology, Analytics and Genomics of Sleep (STAGES) study will revolutionize our understanding of sleep and sleep disorders,” said Emmanuel Mignot, MD, Ph.D., director of the multi-center study and professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford Medicine.
”We’re excited to work with Dr. Mignot and his team on this multidisciplinary and collaborative research,” noted Leon Rozenblit, Founder and CEO of Prometheus. “Our research informatics expertise and research data management experience with complex, multi-modal data acquisition make Prometheus a great fit for the Stanford STAGES study.”
About Prometheus Research
Prometheus Research is the principal informatics partner to organizations engaged in ambitious translational research endeavors and national quality-improvement initiatives. Our research-grade clinical registry solutions leverage open technologies and standards to deliver unparalleled versatility when acquiring data and exceptional quality when analyzing and repurposing data. Together with our consulting and analysis services, Prometheus helps forward-thinking health institutions build data assets today that will advance the state of care for future generations.