• Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, UHN, University of Toronto;
  • Toronto Sleep Clinics.


Dr Henry Moller is a physician with an academic research background in human factors and policy design. A focus of interest has been human environment interaction which he has applied to the study of neuroergonomic interfaces as well as built environments and public health.

Dr. Moller has an interest in the public health impact of sleep disorders with regard to transportation safety and other alertness-requiring activities.


Moller,H, Sudan,K Khan, O, Sauer, S. Bal, H. More than Music: Using the Senses to make Sense. IAMM Conference presentation, June 2014.

Moller, H, Bal, Harjot.  Technology-Enhanced Multimodal Meditation to Treat Stress-related Symptoms: Clinical results from an observational case series. Presented at: International Conference for Virtual Rehabilitation, 2013.

Moller HJ. “The neurocognitive role of ‘absence’ in multimodal simulator protocols”, pp 116-120. Proceedings, IEEE 2006 International Conference of the Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 5th International Workshop on Virtual Rehabilitation, (New York , NY), Burdea G ed (2006), IEEE catalog # 06EX1343C, ISBN 1-4244-0280-8, Library of Congress: 2006921898 (2006).

Moller HJ . Neural Correlates of “Absence” in Interactive Simulator Protocols. Cyberpsychology and Behavior 11(2): 181-187. 2008.

Moller HJ, Barbera J: “Media Presence, Dreaming and Consciousness” Chapter 5, pp 97-123. In: From Communication to Presence: the integration of cognition, emotions and culture towards the ultimate communicative experience. Riva G, Anguera MT, Wiederhold BK, Mantovani F (ed), IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2006.