News

October 2019

Melissa Cuevas attended the American Society of Human Genetics annual meeting in Houston, TX and presented a poster of our work creating a zebrafish knockout model for kif7, which develops a progressive scoliosis during the juvenile phase of development.

 

September 2019

The Miller lab is happy to welcome Morgan Bland, an undergraduate student from Metropolitan State University in Denver.

 

September 2019

Dr. Miller was selected to present two podium presentations at the International Consortium for Spinal Genetics, Development and Disease Annual Meeting in Stockholm, Sweden

 

March 2019

Drs. Payne, Miller, Bryant and Ferguson were awarded the R33 phase of a NIH Phased Innovation Award (R21/R33) to continue developing a 3D printed biomimetic of growth plate cartilage. Excited to continue this important work with wonderful collaborators!

 

January 2019

Dr. Payne’s growth plate research was featured on the Children’s Hospital Colorado website, highlighting the collaboration between Drs. Payne and Miller

 

October 2018

Erin Baschal presented our work on transcriptomic profiling in blood cells from IS patients at the American Society for Human Genetics Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA.

 

June 2017

Dr. Miller and Kleck were awarded funding from the RNA Bioscience Initiative through the CU Anschutz Medical Campus to investigate potential biomarkers within discarded musculoskeletal tissues.

 

February 2017

Drs. Payne, Miller, Bryant and Ferguson were awarded the first part of a NIH Phased Innovation Award (R21/R33) to develop a 3D printed biomimetic of growth plate cartilage. This is a multidisciplinary project involving graduate students at both the CU Anschutz Medical Campus and CU Boulder Campus.