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 […]
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A Review of Biomarkers in the Context of Type 1 Diabetes: Biological Sensing for Enhanced Glucose Control
Kelilah L. Wolkowicz , Eleonora M. Aiello, Eva Vargas, Hazhir Teymourian, Farshad Tehrani, Joseph Wang, Jordan E. Pinsker, Francis J. Doyle III, Mary‐Elizabeth Patti, Lori M. Laffel, & Eyal Dassau (2020). Bioengineering and Translational Medicine.
Assessing Mealtime Macronutrient Content: Patient Perceptions versus Expert Analyses via a Novel Phone App
Melanie Gillingham, Zoey Li, Roy W. Beck, Peter Calhoun, Jessica R Castle, Mark A Clements, Eyal Dassau, Francis J. Doyle III, Robin Gal, Peter G. Jacobs, Susana R Patton, Michael Rickels, Michael Riddell, Corby Martin. Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics, 2020.
Use of the Interoperable Artificial Pancreas System for Type 1 Diabetes Management During Psychological Stress
Jordan E. Pinsker, Sunil Deshpande, Shelly McCrady-Spitzer, Mei Mei Church, Ravinder Jeet Kaur, Jimena Perez, Donna Desjardins, Molly Piper, Corey Reid, Francis J. Doyle, III, Yogish C. Kudva, & Eyal Dassau. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, 2020.