daniel aeschbach, phd.
Dr. Daniel Aeschbach provides insight and guidance to the R&D team regarding sleep inertia and the body's relationship with sleep cycles. Aeschbach is an Assistant Professor of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and the Associate Neuroscientist in the Division of Sleep Medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital. Aeschbach has more than 15 years of research experience focusing on the physiology of sleep-wake regulation, a means for assessing waking neurobehavioral performance. He has also led pioneering research into inter-individual differences in sleep length by studying short sleepers and long sleepers, with the long-range goal of having a greater understanding of an individual's need for sleep.