David A. Gough
Development and application of implantable biochemical sensors for the continuous monitoring of glucose, oxygen, lactate, and other metabolites. Professor Gough is working to create state-of-the-art implantable glucose sensors. To achieve his objectives, Gough conducts research on glucose and oxygen transport through tissues, sensor biocompatibility, and glucose gradients in the bloodstream. In addition, his research interests include control theory applied to metabolic regulation and dynamic models of the natural pancreas, insulin islet, and beta cell. He is also interested in machine learning applications to predict protein-protein interactions and dynamic physiologic processes.
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