Developing control systems for medical applications poses significant challenges, some of which are unique to this field. Physiological systems involve a multitude of interacting subsystems and networks, with multiple feedforward and feedback loops. The dynamics vary both between different individuals, and within the same individual over time. Measurement and estimation of both inter- and intra-patient […]
Based at Harvard University, the Doyle group is comprised of a diverse group of researchers, coming from backgrounds such as computer science, biology, and chemical engineering. Contact us to inquire about open positions.
Adjustment of open-loop settings to improve closed-loop results in type 1 diabetes: a multicenter randomized trial
E. Dassau, S.A. Brown, A. Basu, J.E. Pinsker, Y.C. Kudva, R. Gondhalekar, S. Patek, D. Lv, M. Schiavon, J.B. Lee, C.D. Man, L. Hinshaw, K. Castorino, A. Mallad, V. Dadlani, S.K. McCrady-Spitzer, M. McElwee-Malloy, C.A. Wakeman, W.C. Bevier, P.K. Bradley, B. Kovatchev, C. Cobelli, H.C. Zisser, F.J. Doyle III, “Adjustment of open-loop settings to improve […]
J.H. Abel, L.A. Widmer, P.C. St. John, J. Stelling, and F.J. Doyle III, “,” IEEE Life Sciences Letters, Jun 2015. [DOI]
G.S. Thakur, B.J. Daigle Jr, K.R. Dean, Y. Zhang, M. Rodriguez-Fernandez, R. Hammamieh, R. Yang, M. Jett, J. Palma, L.R. Petzold, F.J. Doyle III, “Systems biology approach to understanding post-traumatic stress disorder,” Molecular bioSystems, Jan 2015. [DOI]