2010   Depelteau, A., Joplin, K., Govett, A., Miller, H., Seier, E. SYMBIOSIS: Development, Implementation and Assessment of a Model Curriculum across Biology and Mathematics at the Introductory Level. Cell Biology Education-Life Sciences Education 9:342-347.

Karsai, I. and J. Knisley, The Role of Institutes in Interdisciplinary Research and Education: An Example from Quantitative Biology, Journal of College Science Teaching, 37(3), pp 32 -36, Jan/Feb 2009.

2008 Paquette C, KH Joplin, E Seier, D Moore. Gender-specific differences in spatial behaviour in the flesh fly, Sarcophaga crassipalpis. Physiological Entomology 33:382-388.

2008 Knisley D, Knisley J and Roberts L.  Biomolecular Invariants of Amino Acid Trees, Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Genomics and Cheminformatics, Eds. Doble, Loging, Malone, Tseng, ISBN 978-1-60651-002-5.

2008 Knisley D., J. Knisley, and T. Haynes. Using a Neural Network to Identify Secondary RNA Structures Quantified by Graphical Invariants.  Communications in Mathematical and Computer Chemistry, match: vol 60 (2) pp. 277-290.

2007 Knisley, D. and Knisley, J.  Graph-theoretic Models in Chemistry and Molecular Biology, Handbook of Applied Algorithms: Solving Scientific, Engineering and Practical Problems, Ivan Stojmenovic and Amiya Nayak Eds. , John Wiley & Sons. (2007).

2007 Glenn, L. L. and Knisley, J., “Eigenslope Method for Second-Order Parabolic Partial Differential Equations and the Special Case of Cylindrical Cellular Structures with Spatial Gradients in Membrane Capacitance,” Quantitative Medical Data Analysis Using Math Tools and Statistical Techniques, Don Hong and Yu Shyr, Editors, World Scientific, 2007.

2007 Godbole A. Traditional Roots, New Beginnings: Transitions in Undergraduate Research at ETSU. in Proceedings of the Conference on Promoting Undergraduate Research in Mathematics, J. A. Gallian, ed., American Mathematical Society, Providence, pp. 67—72.

2007 Godbole A,  S Lenhart and M Robinson. Undergraduate Biology and Mathematics Programs,  Proceedings of the Conference on Promoting Undergraduate Research in Mathematics, J. A. Gallian, ed., American Mathematical Society, Providence, pp. 365—368.

2007 Helfgott, M., Seier, E.  Some Mathematical and Statistical Aspects of Enzyme Kinetics, Journal of Mathematics and its Applications, Vol. 7, 1-34, October 2007

2006 Knisley, D. and J. Knisley, Graphical Invariants and Molecular Descriptors for Secondary RNA Structures, Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Computational and Systems Biology, 2006.

2006 Knisley J, LL Glenn, K Joplin, and P Carey. Artificial Neural Networks for Data Mining and Feature Extraction. In: Quantitative Medical Data Analysis Using Mathematical Tools and Statistical Techniques (D. Hong and Y. Shyr Eds.), World Scientific Publications, Singapore.

Accepted for Publication:

2010 Seier E and KH Joplin.Teaching. Statistics in the context of biology- The SYMBIOSIS experience. ICOTS (International Conference on Teaching Statistics) (Accepted)

2010 Darrell M., M. Helfgott, Joplin KH, Karsai I, Knisely J, Seier E. The SYMBIOSIS Project: Current and Future Needs (MAA Notes: in press)

2010 J. Knisley, I. Karsai, A. Godbole, M. Helfgott, KH Joplin, D Moore, E Seier. The SYMBIOSIS  Project:  The Integration of Biology, Mathematics, and Statistics into a Introductory Quantitative Biology Sequence (MAA Notes: in press)

2010 Joplin KH, E Seier, M Helfgott, I Karsai, J Knisley, D Moore and HA Miller, III.SYMBIOSIS: An Integration of Biology and Statistics at the Freshman Level: walking together instead of on opposite sides of the street. (MAA Notes: in press)

2010 A Govett, HA Miller III, D Moore, E Seier, KH Joplin, A Godbole, J Knisley, M Helfgott, and I Karsai. Adventures in Assessment:  How to Evaluate a New Integrated Quantitative Biology Program (MAA Notes: in press)

Submitted for Publication:

2010 Developing Student Collaborations Across Disciplines, Distances, and Institutions Knisley , Behravesh

2010 Strategies for mentoring interdisciplinary undergraduate research   Godbole, Karsai, D. Knisley, J. Knisley, Yampolsky

Articles in Process:

Malik A, F Ahmad, KH Jolpin, Z Ahmad, S Ahmad. Residue propensities, discrimination and binding site prediction of adenine and guanine phosphates. (in preparation).

Synergistic Activities: 

Symbiosis is the curriculum for the ETSU Governor’s school “Scientific Models and Data Analysis.”  Karl Joplin and Jeff Knisley, instructors.  Hugh Miller, Labs. 

“In Fall 2009, East Tennessee State University (ETSU) and Georgia Technological University cooperated in an unprecedented curricular experiment.  The Institute for Quantitative Biology (IQB) at ETSU offered a course in Predictive Modeling which was coupled with a Biomedical Engineering Laboratory at The Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University, under the direction of Dr. Esfandiar Behravesh.”  (from the IQB webpage).