Dr Hannah Scott

Early-Career Researcher; Flinders University
Dr Scott is an early-career researcher at the Flinders Health and Medical Research Institute (FHMRI): Sleep Health Group, Flinders University. Dr Scott has extensive expertise in the assessment and treatment of sleep disorders using sleep technologies.

She is the co-inventor of THIM: the first wearable device to track and treat chronic insomnia.

Dr Scott is currently conducting multiple research studies that all aim to improve the management of sleep disorders by using emerging technologies to assess pathophysiology more precisely and to administer innovative treatments.

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