Dana Miller

Associate Professor

University of Washington


Cell Signaling & Cell/Environment Interactions

Developmental Biology, Stem Cells & Aging

Molecular genetics of responses to hypoxia and hydrogen sulfide

Faculty Contact Information

Building: HSB J-wing Room: J-587 Box: Box 357350 Phone: 206-685-5025 Alt Phone: 206-685-4497 http://depts.washington.edu/gasgenes/

Research Summary

Our research is currently focused on understanding how oxygen and hydrogen sulfide integrate in cellular homeostasis mechanisms. Current projects include understanding how low oxygen (hypoxia) impacts proteostasis mechanisms, understanding the epigenetic responses to hydrogen sulfide, and mapping molecular and genetic pathways that regulate hydrogen sulfide signaling and toxicity.

I work on the MCB DEI committee and am involved in several different diversity, inclusion, and belonging efforts at UW. I have completed CIMER mentorship training.

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Lab Information

Location: UW School of Medicine
Building: HSB J-wing
Room: J-587
Box: 357350
Phone: 206-685-4497
Alt Phone: 2066854497