How it Works
How it Works
RNI Holistic Integrated Neuro Monitoring
Solving Problems Through Science
The RNI smartphone app and Oura smart ring have been deployed to physicians, nurses and other frontline emergency room, intensive care units, COVID-19 testing tents, urgent care, and others directly working to care for patients with COVID-19 in West Virginia.
In addition, the RNI is partnering with hospitals across the country, including those in New York City, Philadelphia, Nashville and other critical emerging areas, to monitor more than 1,000 front-line healthcare personnel with exposure to COVID-19.
Research Participant Groups
WVU Faculty and Staff
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West Virginia National Guard
Frontline Healthcare Workers
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“We are continuously monitoring the mind-body connectivity through our integrated neuroscience platform measuring the autonomic nervous system, fatigue, anxiety, circadian rhythms, and other human resilience and recovery functions. Our AI-driven models are currently predicting symptoms 3 days prior to onset. This forecasting capability will help us get ahead of this pandemic; limit the spread to protect healthcare workers, their families, and our communities; and improve our understanding of health recovery.”
– Ali Rezai, MD, Executive Chair of the WVU Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute