Principal Investigator

Benjamin L. Miller, Ph.D. University of Rochester work Box 697 601 Elmwood Ave Rochester NY 14642 office: MC 6-6820 p 585-275-9805

Personnel

Benjamin L. Miller, Ph.D. University of Rochester
Principal Investigator
work Box 697 601 Elmwood Ave Rochester NY 14642 office: MC 6-6820 p 585-275-9805 Research Focus: Carbohydrate and protein recognition, molecular design, and biomolecular sensing
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Jim Baker University of Rochester
Graduate Student
work Rochester NY Research Focus: 2DPBG sensors
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Dhrubo Jyoti Basu Roy University of Rochester
Graduate Student
work Rochester NY Research Focus: 2DPBG sensors
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Thomas Hilimire University of Rochester
Graduate Student
work Rochester NY Research Focus: Testing the Potential for Combinatorial Libraries to Identify Lead Compounds for Antigen Mimetics
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Mark Lifson University of Rochester
Graduate Student
work Rochester NY p 585-275-1977 Research Focus: 2DPBG sensors
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Leslie Ofori University of Rochester
Graduate Student
work Rochester NY Research Focus: RNA recognition
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Rashmi Sriram University of Rochester
Graduate Student
work Rochester NY p 585-273-1266 Research Focus: Arrayed Imaging Reflectometry
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Amrita Yadav University of Rochester
Graduate Student
work Rochester NY Research Focus: Arrayed Imaging Reflectometry
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Kimberly Ornell University of Rochester
Undergraduate Student
work Rochester NY

Recent Publications

    1. Le NT
    2. Takei Y
    3. Izawa-Ishizawa Y
    4. Heo KS
    5. Lee H
    6. Smrcka AV
    7. Miller BL
    8. Ko KA
    9. Ture S
    10. Morrell C
    11. Fujiwara K
    12. Akaike M
    13. Abe JI
    (2014 Sep 03). Identification of Activators of ERK5 Transcriptional Activity by High-Throughput Screening and the Role of Endothelial ERK5 in Vasoprotective Effects Induced by Statins and Antimalarial Agents. J Immunol. In press.
    1. Fiandaca MS
    2. Kapogiannis D
    3. Mapstone M
    4. Boxer A
    5. Eitan E
    6. Schwartz JB
    7. Abner EL
    8. Petersen RC
    9. Federoff HJ
    10. Miller BL
    11. Goetzl EJ
    (2014 Aug 14). Identification of preclinical Alzheimer's disease by a profile of pathogenic proteins in neurally derived blood exosomes: A case-control study. Alzheimers Dement. In press.
    1. Ferrari R
    2. Hernandez DG
    3. Nalls MA
    4. Rohrer JD
    5. Ramasamy A
    6. Kwok JB
    7. Dobson-Stone C
    8. Brooks WS
    9. Schofield PR
    10. Halliday GM
    11. Hodges JR
    12. Piguet O
    13. Bartley L
    14. Thompson E
    15. Haan E
    16. Hernández I
    17. Ruiz A
    18. Boada M
    19. Borroni B
    20. Padovani A
    21. Cruchaga C
    22. Cairns NJ
    23. Benussi L
    24. Binetti G
    25. Ghidoni R
    26. Forloni G
    27. Galimberti D
    28. Fenoglio C
    29. Serpente M
    30. Scarpini E
    31. Clarimón J
    32. Lleó A
    33. Blesa R
    34. Waldö ML
    35. Nilsson K
    36. Nilsson C
    37. Mackenzie IR
    38. Hsiung GY
    39. Mann DM
    40. Grafman J
    41. Morris CM
    42. Attems J
    43. Griffiths TD
    44. McKeith IG
    45. Thomas AJ
    46. Pietrini P
    47. Huey ED
    48. Wassermann EM
    49. Baborie A
    50. Jaros E
    51. Tierney MC
    52. Pastor P
    53. Razquin C
    54. Ortega-Cubero S
    55. Alonso E
    56. Perneczky R
    57. Diehl-Schmid J
    58. Alexopoulos P
    59. Kurz A
    60. Rainero I
    61. Rubino E
    62. Pinessi L
    63. Rogaeva E
    64. St George-Hyslop P
    65. Rossi G
    66. Tagliavini F
    67. Giaccone G
    68. Rowe JB
    69. Schlachetzki JC
    70. Uphill J
    71. Collinge J
    72. Mead S
    73. Danek A
    74. Van Deerlin VM
    75. Grossman M
    76. Trojanowski JQ
    77. van der Zee J
    78. Deschamps W
    79. Van Langenhove T
    80. Cruts M
    81. Van Broeckhoven C
    82. Cappa SF
    83. Le Ber I
    84. Hannequin D
    85. Golfier V
    86. Vercelletto M
    87. Brice A
    88. Nacmias B
    89. Sorbi S
    90. Bagnoli S
    91. Piaceri I
    92. Nielsen JE
    93. Hjermind LE
    94. Riemenschneider M
    95. Mayhaus M
    96. Ibach B
    97. Gasparoni G
    98. Pichler S
    99. Gu W
    100. Rossor MN
    101. Fox NC
    102. Warren JD
    103. Spillantini MG
    104. Morris HR
    105. Rizzu P
    106. Heutink P
    107. Snowden JS
    108. Rollinson S
    109. Richardson A
    110. Gerhard A
    111. Bruni AC
    112. Maletta R
    113. Frangipane F
    114. Cupidi C
    115. Bernardi L
    116. Anfossi M
    117. Gallo M
    118. Conidi ME
    119. Smirne N
    120. Rademakers R
    121. Baker M
    122. Dickson DW
    123. Graff-Radford NR
    124. Petersen RC
    125. Knopman D
    126. Josephs KA
    127. Boeve BF
    128. Parisi JE
    129. Seeley WW
    130. Miller BL
    131. Karydas AM
    132. Rosen H
    133. van Swieten JC
    134. Dopper EG
    135. Seelaar H
    136. Pijnenburg YA
    137. Scheltens P
    138. Logroscino G
    139. Capozzo R
    140. Novelli V
    141. Puca AA
    142. Franceschi M
    143. Postiglione A
    144. Milan G
    145. Sorrentino P
    146. Kristiansen M
    147. Chiang HH
    148. Graff C
    149. Pasquier F
    150. Rollin A
    151. Deramecourt V
    152. Lebert F
    153. Kapogiannis D
    154. Ferrucci L
    155. Pickering-Brown S
    156. Singleton AB
    157. Hardy J
    158. Momeni P
    (2014 Jul 01). Frontotemporal dementia and its subtypes: a genome-wide association study. Lancet Neurol. 13, 686-99.