Utilizing carbon nanotube technology, Tula in partnership with Brigham Young University has been able to miniaturize a full spectrum optical spectrometer. This nano-spectrometer will enable Tula to monitor continuously and noninvasively blood glucose, blood pressure, blood oxygen, potassium, hematocrit, hydration, EKG, temperature and other key health metrics with clinical precision.
Tyler’s expertise allows Tula to lead the market in how to engage and maximize outcomes with members.
In addition to his work with Tula, Professor Tyler J. Jarvis is a faculty member at BYU and is a former chair of the university’s Department of Mathematics. He is a codirector of the National Science Foundation–supported BYU Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics—and is Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Utah-Idaho Council on Problem Gambling.