Dr Marnie Lamprecht

LinkedIn: marnielamprecht

My career interests are motivated by improving techniques that detect early onset of health-related issues. I am currently involved in improving techniques to identify ancestral protein sequences.

I have completed a PhD in Biomedical Engineering (Movement characterisation with accelerometry for improved paediatric sleep assessment). Signal processing techniques were applied to raw movement data to explore physiological indicators of sleep disorder. These indicators were used to quantify signs of sleep disorder and thereby provide a non-invasive alternative to in-hospital procedures.

I have also completed a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic) with Hons and a Bachelor of Information Technology dual degree.

Programming experience: Java, C, C#, C++, Python


  • Lamprecht ML, Bradley AP, Williams G, and Terrill PI (2016). Temporal associations between arousal and body/limb movement in children with suspected obstructed sleep apnoea. Physiological Measurement, 37:1. DOI: 10.1088/0967-3334/37/1/115
  • Lamprecht ML, Bradley AP, Tran T, and Terrill PI (2015). Multisite accelerometry for sleep and wake classification in children. Physiological Measurement, 36:1. DOI: 10.1088/0967-3334/36/1/133
  • Lamprecht ML, Terrill PI, Parsley CL, and Bradley AP (2014). Characterization of Movements during Restless Sleep in Children: A Pilot Study. Engineering in Medicine and Biology Computing, 2014. EMBC2014, pp 2740277. DOI: 10.1109/EMBC.2014.6943582


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