Sound Life Sciences is a digital therapeutics company that builds clinically validated software for mobile phones and smart speakers. Our software detects dangerous changes in breathing and calls for help. We work closely with our communities to make sure that nobody dies because they are alone.
Using hardware you already have
Our software-based solution scales rapidly across a population. Keep the app running in Monitoring Mode, and it knows when to switch to Emergency Mode.
Simple calibration process
Intuitive display of physiologic status
Connection to support services
Loud audible alarm to draw attention
Instructions for delivering treatment
Emergency services summoned to exact location
How it works
Shyam Gollakota, PhD
Dr. Gollakota is an Associate Professor in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington where he leads the Networks and Mobile Systems Lab. His research covers a range of topics, including computer networks, human-computer interaction, battery-free computing and mobile health. He is an alumnus of MIT (Ph.D., 2013) and IIT Madras (BS, 2006).
Nick Mark, MD
Dr. Mark is an experienced translational researcher and industry practitioner with a focus on building machine learning products for healthcare applications. He is a board certified internist, pulmonologist, and intensivist. He is an alumnus of Brown University (BS 2006), New York School of Medicine (MD 2011), and completed his residency and fellowship at the University of Washington.
Jacob Sunshine, MD
Dr. Sunshine is an Assistant Professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine in Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine. His research involves finding ways to use existing commodity devices to help solve public health challenges, specifically in the diagnosis of emergent cardiopulmonary conditions. His research is supported by the NIH, NSF and private foundations.
Arna Ionescu Stoll
Digital Health and UX
Greg Terman, MD PhD