The PlanetQuest team has been at the forefront of planet detection and related disciplines. Here's a list of recent original research in Stellar Astronomy and Cosmology.
Doyle, L.R., and D.P. Carico (2004), "Quantum Uncertainty Consideration for Gravitational Lens Interferometry," submitted to The Astrophysical Journal.
Deeg, H.-J., L.R. Doyle, et al., "IBVS Minima Timing of Nine Eclipsing Binary Stars."
Suntzeff, N.B., M.M. Phillips, R. Covarrubias, M. Navarrete, J.J. Pérez, A. Guerra, M.T. Acevedo, L.R. Doyle, T. Harrison, S. Kane, K.S. Long, S. Miller, A.E. Piatti, J.J. Claria, and A. Ahumada (1999), "Optical Light Curve of the Type Ia Supernova 1998bu in M96 and the Supernova Calibration of the Hubble Constant," Astronomical Journal 117:1175–1184.
Kim, S.-L., M.-V. Chun, W.-B. Lee, and L.R. Doyle (1997), "CM Draconis Flare Detection," Intnl. Bull. Variable Stars, No. 4462.
Doyle, L.R. (1988), "Progress in Determining the Space Orientations of Stars," in Bioastronomy: The Next Steps, Proceedings of IAU Colloquium 99 (Balaton, Hungary), June 21–26, Kluwer Academic Pub., Amsterdam, Netherlands, 101–105.
Doyle, L.R., T.J. Wilcox, and J.J. Lorre (1984), "The Space Orientation
of Stars," Astrophysical Journal 287:307–314.