Dr. Schutte-Rodin is a clinician whose current clinical research projects involve apnea and associated disorders, CPAP device and data tracking technology, insomnia, and electronic questionnaires. One CPAP clinical trial involves a comparison of mask designs, patient preferences, and outcomes. The e-questionnaire projects have included development of a standardized sleep questionnaire with the Sleep Alliance (Stanford, Wisconsin, St. Luke's, and Harvard) and pilot studies interfacing the Penn "Sleep Q" e-questionnaire with Penn's clinical EMR (electronic medical record), Epic. The main focus of EMR's has been on provider data entry. Using Epic's patient portal, mypennmedicine, patients may directly participate in their care through patient reported outcomes (PROs). The Sleep Q allows patients to directly enter data for visits and for use in outcomes databases.