Healthe is the leading provider of circadian and biological lighting solutions whose proprietary line of commercial and consumer products help regulate your body’s circadian clock, boost performance, enhance sleep and improve air quality. Our heritage lies in Lighting Science and NASA scientists who spent decades developing LED lighting technology for biological applications. This technology is now being adopted as part of the standard for human-centric built environments – in homes, schools, offices, senior communities and healthcare facilities.
Lighting Science has consistently pioneered human-centric lighting. Now Healthe, as a spin-off from Lighting Science, is committed to human wellness, understanding that light is an environmental cue and should be treated as an input to the human body.
The next generation of our products moves beyond energy efficiency and ambiance, with a strict focus on light’s impact on humans, health and circadian rhythm.
We’re bringing you lights that are able to purify surfaces, help the body heal, create a more productive workforce, build smarter classrooms and create healthier built environments.
Clinical Psychologist Dr. Michael Breus, Ph.D is a Diplomat of the American Board of Sleep Medicine and a Fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. He is one of only 163 psychologists in the world with his credentials and distinctions in the field of Clinical Sleep Disorders, and is well versed in the role lighting can play. Dr. Breus has been in the practice of treating sleep disorders for 17 years, authored three Amazon Best Sellers on the power of sleep, and served as an expert resource and contributor to WebMD, Huffington Post, and The Dr. Oz Show.
Dr. Smith Johnston, MD serves as the Medical Officer and Expert of Aerospace Preventative Medicine based at NASA's Johnson Space Center (JSC), Medical Director of the Aerospace and Occupational Medicine Clinics and the Lead Physician of the Wellness and Human Performance Program. Dr. Johnston works with a team of researchers and operations personnel at the JSC Mission Control Center involved in the outfitting of the International Space Station with a new lighting system that is biologically-sensitive. He is on the Associate Clinical Faculties of the Dept. Aerospace Medicine University of Texas Medical Branch and Wright State University Dept. of Community and Aerospace Medicine. Dr. Johnston is the lead of the International Space Station’s (ISS) Fatigue Management Team and in this capacity is involved in the planning and execution of activities in space that include light therapy to mitigate fatigue and maximize performance.
Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School Steven Lockley, Ph.D., is faculty in the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School and a Neuroscientist in the Division of Sleep and Circadian Disorders at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He has 24 years of experience in sleep and circadian rhythm research particularly as it pertains to light, and has published more than 150 original reports, reviews, chapters and editorials on sleep and circadian rhythms. He recently co-authored "Sleep: A Very Short Introduction". Dr. Lockley continues his research with funding from NASA, NIH and others.