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Stephen Miller

Associate Professor

Biological Sciences
Biological Sciences Bldg, Room BS417
Ph D, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1991)
BS, Case Western Reserve University (1984)

B.S., 1984, Case Western Reserve University
Ph.D., 1991, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Postdoc, Washington University

Research Interests

Molecular genetic analysis of mechanisms of cellular differentiation and how they evolve using Volvox and related green algae as a model system; metabolic engineering of Chlamydomonas and other algae as platforms for generating biofuels and other biotechnology products.

Teaching Interests

Introductory Biology, Genetics, RNAi, Gene Expression

Intellectual Contributions

Current advances in molecular, biochemical, and computational modeling analysis of microalgal triacylglycerol biosynthesis. 5 vol. 34 1046-63 Biotechnology advances

vol. 14 116-126 Algal Research

Volvox: simple steps to developmental complexity? 6 vol. 13 646-53 Current opinion in plant biology

Genomic analysis of organismal complexity in the multicellular green alga Volvox carteri. 5988 vol. 329 223-6 Science (New York, N.Y.)

New insights into the roles of molecular chaperones in Chlamydomonas and Volvox. vol. 285 75-113 International review of cell and molecular biology


(Author & Presenter) Fourth International Volvox Conference Oral Presentation Functional analysis of regA paralogs rlsA-rlsD American Genetic Association St. Louis, MO