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Ph.D. • Assistant Professor
Department of Integrative Biology

Mailing Address:
Department of Integrative Biology
Campus Box 171
P.O. Box 173364
Denver, CO 80217-3364

Physical Location:
1151 Arapahoe
SI 4098
Denver, CO 80204

Office Hours:
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Expertise Areas:
The Miller lab develops and uses bioinformatic and genome-enabled approaches to study microbial communities. With the advent of new sequencing technologies, one can sequence billions or trillions of base pairs of DNA for relatively little money. One of the most powerful applications of this new economy is the direct sequencing of microbial DNA and RNA from the environment. The combination of deep sequencing and bioinformatics reveals that even “simple” natural microbial communities are in fact quite complex. The Miller lab is interested in understanding this complexity at a systems level for microbial communities relevant to the environment, bioenergy production, and human health and disease.

Postdoctoral Training, Microbial Community Genomics, University of California, Berkeley, 2009-2012
Ph.D., Molecular Biology, University of California, Los Angeles, 2008
B.A., Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder, 2002

The Miller lab develops and uses bioinformatic and genome-enabled approaches to study microbial communities. With the advent of new sequencing technologies, one can sequence billions or trillions of base pairs of DNA for relatively little money. One of the most powerful applications of this new economy is the direct sequencing of microbial DNA and RNA from the environment. The combination of deep sequencing and bioinformatics reveals that even “simple” natural microbial communities are in fact quite complex. The Miller lab is interested in understanding this complexity at a systems level for microbial communities relevant to the environment, health, and disease.

Learn more at the Miller Lab website: http://microbial.systems

BIOL 2051 - General Biology I
BIOL 4024/5024 - Introduction to Biotechnology
BIOL 4225/5225 - Genomics and Bioinformatics
BIOL 6655/4990 - Seminar
BIOL 7010 - Topics in Integrative and Systems Biology