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Kyle E. Miller

Zoology Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
Biogenesis, transport, degradation, mitochondria, mathematical modeling, biophysical analysis, genetic screens, targeted gene disruption, behavioral studies, drosophila, chicken.
"Kyle Miller"

Kyle Miller obtained a bachelor's from Kansas State University in 1991 and a Neuroscience Ph.D. at Emory University in Harish Joshi's lab in 1996. His postdoctoral work began in Mike Sheetz lab at Columbia University and was completed in David van Vactor's lab at Harvard Medical School. In 2005, Michigan State University appointed him to an Assistant Professorship in the Department of Zoology.

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McElmurry K, Stone JE, Ma D, et al. (2020) Dynein-mediated microtubule translocation powering neurite outgrowth in chick and neurons requires microtubule assembly. Journal of Cell Science. 133
Badal KK, Akhmedov K, Lamoureux P, et al. (2019) Synapse Formation Activates a Transcriptional Program for Persistent Enhancement in the Bi-directional Transport of Mitochondria. Cell Reports. 26: 507-517.e3
Athamneh AIM, He Y, Lamoureux P, et al. (2017) Neurite elongation is highly correlated with bulk forward translocation of microtubules. Scientific Reports. 7: 7292
Miller KE, Suter DM. (2016) Editorial: Neuronal Mechanics and Transport. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 10: 1
Miller KE, Liu XA, Puthanveettil SV. (2015) Automated measurement of fast mitochondrial transport in neurons. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 9: 435
Roossien DH, Miller KE, Gallo G. (2015) Ciliobrevins as tools for studying dynein motor function. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 9: 252
O'Toole M, Lamoureux P, Miller KE. (2015) Measurement of subcellular force generation in neurons. Biophysical Journal. 108: 1027-37
Roossien DH, Miller KE, Gallo G. (2015) Ciliobrevins as tools for studying dynein motor function Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 9
Baqri RM, Pietron AV, Gokhale RH, et al. (2014) Mitochondrial chaperone TRAP1 activates the mitochondrial UPR and extends healthspan in Drosophila. Mechanisms of Ageing and Development. 141: 35-45
Roossien DH, Lamoureux P, Miller KE. (2014) Cytoplasmic dynein pushes the cytoskeletal meshwork forward during axonal elongation. Journal of Cell Science. 127: 3593-602
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