Dr. Gliske's research focuses on identification, development, and translation of biomarkers in time series data. Originally trained as an experimental and computational nuclear physicist, Dr. Gliske creates and utilizes advanced statistical and computing tools. Current projects include investigation of biomarkers of sleep quality and biomarkers of behavioral correlates for adults and children with sleep apnea, both in collaboration with Dr. Chervin. Additionally, Dr. Gliske is collaborating with Dr. Shellhaas to analyze sleep in neonates in the ICU. To support these projects, tools are also being developed for automated sleep scoring for neonates, children and adults. Dr. Gliske additionally has active research in epilepsy, focused on translation of a biomarker known as high frequency oscillations (HFOs).