Our mission is to:
Foster interdisciplinary collaborations between faculty in the life sciences and quantitative sciences
Support the development of new curriculum and educational experiences that address the intellectual development and professional goals of students interested in mathematics, biology and biomedical fields
Provide a vehicle to disseminate the latest information in rapidly evolving fields such as computational biology, bioinformatics, computational statistics, mathematical epidemiology and modeling in biomedical science.
News of our members:
Congratulations to Steve Karsai and Dhirendra Kumar, each in the Department of Biological Sciences, for receiveing the 2011-2012 Outstanding Research Awards in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Congratulations to Michele Joyner in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics for receiving the 2011-2012 Outstanding Junior Faculty Award in the College of Arts and Sciences.
The High-Performance Computing Center is available for your computational needs. www.etsu.edu/hpcc
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The 25th Annual Cumberland Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing was held at ETSU on May 10-12. The conference was sponsored by NSF and the Department of Math & Stat, the College of Arts & Sciences and the Office of Research and sponsored programs. See www.etsu.edu/cas/math/cumberland
The Departments of Biological Sciences and Mathematics & Statistics have been awarded an NSF-UBM grant to conduct the CRAWL Project.
P.I.s T.Jones(Bio), K.Joplin(Bio), M.Joyner(Math), D.Moore(Bio) & E.Seier(Stat)
ETSU was host to the NSF-CBMS regional conference. Congratulations to:
A. Cintron-Arias (Math)&
A. Godbole(Math) See www.etsu.edu/cas/math/cbms.aspx