Joy Edward Larvie

Electrical and Computer Engineering

North Carolina A&T State University

Email: jelarvie AT aggies.ncat.edu

 

 

 

Research Intersts

Communication & Signal Processing, Control Systems, Machine Learning

 

Education

BSc: 2010, University of Ghana, Computer Engineering

MSc: 2013 - present, North Carolina A&T State University, Electrical Engineering

 

Publications

 

 

Current Research

Reverse engineering time-varying gene regulatory networks

Reverse-engineering of gene regulatory networks has conventionally adopted static topology models. These models are largely based on the assumption that the underlying molecular interactions of biological systems do not change over time. However, it has become clear that such assumptions do not provide a vivid description of biological interactions that are affected by physiological and environmental factors during the life cycle of organisms. Modelling the dynamics of these ever-changing and evolving gene networks is an arduous engineering task. I seek to formulate a time varying model that captures the dynamics of gene networks for improved medical diagnosis and targeted drug delivery.