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Michael B. Miller, M.D., Ph.D.

Pathologist, Harvard Medical School
Patholgoist


Academic Activities:
My interests include neuropathology, genetics, protein misfolding, and prion diseases.
Office
75 Francis Street
AL3-117 Amory Building
Boston,MA 02115
Email1: mbmiller@partners.org
Education and Training:

College - : Grinnell College B.A.
Graduate School - : Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Biochemistry Program Ph.D.
Medical School - : Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth M.D.

Clinical Specialties: Research Interests: Publication:
  1. Praitis V, Simske J, Kniss S, Mandt R, Imlay L, Feddersen C, Miller MB, Mushi J, Liszewski W, Weinstein R, Chakravorty A, Ha D-G, Schacht A, Yohannes L, Sullivan-Wilson A, Stock T, and Yilma Z, “The secretory pathway calcium channel ATPase PMR-1/SPCA1 has essential roles in cell migration during Caenorhabditis elegans embryonic development” PLoS Genetics, 2013; 9(5): e1003506.
  2. Supattapone S and MB Miller, “Cofactor Involvement in Prion Propagation”. In W-Q Zou and P Gambetti [Ed.] Prions and Diseases: Physiology and Pathophysiology [vol. 1, ch. 7, pp. 93-105]. Springer, 2012.
  3. Turnbaugh JA, U Unterberger, P Saá, T Massignan, B Fluharty, I Solomon, MB Miller, S Supattapone, E Biasini, and DA Harris, “The N-Terminal, Polybasic Region of PrPC Dictates the Efficiency of Prion Propagation by Binding to PrPSc” Journal of Neuroscience, 2012; 32(26):8817-8830.
  4. Miller MB, JC Geoghegan, and S Supattapone, “Dissociation of Infectivity from Seeding Ability in Prions with Alternate Docking Mechanism” PLoS Pathogens, 2011; 7: e31002128.
  5. Miller MB and S Supattapone, “Superparamagnetic Nanoparticle Capture of Prions for Amplification” Journal of Virology, 2011; 85(6):2813-2817.
  6. Geoghegan JC, MB Miller, AH Kwak, BT Harris, and S Supattapone, “Trans-Dominant Inhibition of Prion Propagation In Vitro Is Not Mediated by an Accessory Cofactor” PLoS Pathogens, 2009; 5: e1000535.
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