In this presentation, we describe and demonstrate a novel vision-enhanced low-light imager system to provide GPS-denied navigation and ML-based visual scene understanding capabilities for both day and night operations.
Vision based Navigation using Cross-View Geo-registration for Outdoor Augmented Reality and Navigation Applications
In this work, we present a new vision-based cross-view geo-localization solution matching camera images to a 2D satellite/ overhead reference image database. We present solutions for both coarse search for cold start and fine alignment for continuous refinement.
Cross-View Visual Geo-Localization for Outdoor Augmented Reality
We address the problem of geo-pose estimation by cross-view matching of query ground images to a geo-referenced aerial satellite image database. Recently, neural network-based methods have shown state-of-the-art performance in cross-view matching.
Genetically engineered pair of cells for serological testing and its application for SARS-CoV-2
We have developed a serology test platform for identifying individuals with prior exposure to specific viral infections and provide data to help reduce public health risks.
The progression of radiation injury in a Wistar rat model of partial body irradiation with ∼5% bone marrow shielding
Our purpose is to describe the dose response relationship and natural history of radiation injury in the Wistar rat and its suitability for use in medical countermeasures (MCM) testing.
Good Sleep is a Mood Buffer for Young Women During Menses
We sought to elucidate the interaction between sleep and mood considering menstrual cycle phase in 72 healthy young women with natural, regular menstrual cycles and without menstrual-associated disorders.
Activation of the nociceptin/orphanin-FQ receptor promotes NREM sleep and EEG slow wave activity
In the present study, we systematically evaluated the efficacy of two NOPR agonists, Ro64-6198 and SR16835, on sleep/wake in rats, mice, and Cynomolgus macaques.
Sexual Orientation Disparities in Early Adolescent Sleep: Findings from the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Study
Abstract Purpose The purpose of this study was to examine associations between sexual minority status (e.g., gay or bisexual) and sleep problems in a demographically diverse, national sample of U.S. early adolescents. Methods We analyzed cross-sectional data from the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Study (Year 2, 2018–2020) to estimate associations between sexual orientation and sleep […]
Morning perception of sleep, stress, and mood, and its relationship with overnight physiological sleep: findings from the National Consortium on Alcohol and Neurodevelopment in Adolescence (NCANDA) study
This cross-sectional study investigated objective–subjective sleep discrepancies and the physiological basis for morning perceptions of sleep, mood, and readiness, in adolescents.