2010 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2005 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Neuroscience, Cell biology, Neurogenesis, Cellular differentiation and Gliogenesis. Neuroscience is often connected to Neural stem cell in her work. Her Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Wound healing, Immunology, Nerve growth factor and Adult stem cell.
Her Neurogenesis study combines topics in areas such as Embryonic stem cell, Endocrinology, Precursor cell, Water maze and Electroporation. Her research integrates issues of Cancer stem cell, Stem cell and Neural crest in her study of Cellular differentiation. Her Gliogenesis study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Growth factor and Mutant, Transcription, Gene.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Cell biology, Neuroscience, Neurogenesis, Neural stem cell and Precursor cell. Her study in Cell biology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Immunology, Programmed cell death and Nerve growth factor. Her Neuroscience research integrates issues from Neurotrophin, Mutant and Cell fate determination.
Her studies in Neurogenesis integrate themes in fields like Gliogenesis, Progenitor cell, Embryonic stem cell, Gene knockdown and Transcription factor. Her Neural stem cell research incorporates elements of Neural development, Adult stem cell, Forebrain and Embryogenesis. Freda D. Miller combines subjects such as Cellular differentiation, Wound healing, Senescence, Cell aging and Neural crest with her study of Stem cell.
Freda D. Miller mainly focuses on Cell biology, Embryonic stem cell, Neural stem cell, Neurogenesis and Neuroscience. Her biological study deals with issues like Cell type, which deal with fields such as Injury Site and Spinal cord. Her Neural stem cell research includes themes of Cytokine and Embryogenesis.
As part of one scientific family, Freda D. Miller deals mainly with the area of Embryogenesis, narrowing it down to issues related to the Stem cell, and often Phenotype. Her Neurogenesis research incorporates themes from Forebrain, Translation, Messenger RNA, Neuron and Cortex. In general Neuroscience study, her work on Locus coeruleus often relates to the realm of Population, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Her primary areas of investigation include Neural stem cell, Cell biology, Neurogenesis, Embryonic stem cell and Cytokine. Freda D. Miller has researched Cell biology in several fields, including Skin repair, Precursor cell, Transplantation and Neural crest. Her research integrates issues of Forebrain, Translation, Messenger RNA, RNA-binding protein and Neuroepithelial cell in her study of Neurogenesis.
Freda D. Miller has included themes like Pathological, Phenotype, Interleukin 6, Receptor and Olfactory bulb in her Forebrain study. Freda D. Miller interconnects Cortex, Neuroscience, Neuron, Embryogenesis and Stem cell in the investigation of issues within Embryonic stem cell. Her Cytokine research includes elements of Neural development, Paracrine signalling, Ganglionic eminence and Oligodendrocyte.
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Timing Is Everything: Making Neurons versus Glia in the Developing Cortex
Freda D. Miller;Andrée S. Gauthier.
An anti-apoptotic role for the p53 family member, p73, during developmental neuron death.
Christine D. Pozniak;Stevo Radinovic;Annie Yang;Frank McKeon.
Evidence that Embryonic Neurons Regulate the Onset of Cortical Gliogenesis via Cardiotrophin-1
Fanie Barnabé-Heider;Fanie Barnabé-Heider;Julie A. Wasylnka;Karl J.L. Fernandes;Christian Porsche.
Metformin Activates an Atypical PKC-CBP Pathway to Promote Neurogenesis and Enhance Spatial Memory Formation
Jing Wang;Denis Gallagher;Loren M. DeVito;Gonzalo I. Cancino.
Cell Stem Cell (2012)
Skin-Derived Precursors Generate Myelinating Schwann Cells That Promote Remyelination and Functional Recovery after Contusion Spinal Cord Injury
Jeff Biernaskie;Joseph S. Sparling;Jie Liu;Casey P. Shannon.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2007)
SKPs Derive from Hair Follicle Precursors and Exhibit Properties of Adult Dermal Stem Cells
Jeffrey Biernaskie;Maryline Paris;Olena Morozova;B. Matthew Fagan.
Cell Stem Cell (2009)
Synthesis of oxytocin in amnion, chorion, and decidua may influence the timing of human parturition.
R Chibbar;F D Miller;B F Mitchell.
Journal of Clinical Investigation (1993)
Signaling Mechanisms Underlying Reversible, Activity-Dependent Dendrite Formation
Andrew R. Vaillant;Patrizia Zanassi;Gregory S. Walsh;Anne Aumont.
Isolation of skin-derived precursors (SKPs) and differentiation and enrichment of their Schwann cell progeny.
Jeffrey A Biernaskie;Ian A McKenzie;Jean G Toma;Freda D Miller.
Nature Protocols (2006)
TAp63 Prevents Premature Aging by Promoting Adult Stem Cell Maintenance
Xiaohua Su;Maryline Paris;Young Jin Gi;Kenneth Y. Tsai.
Cell Stem Cell (2009)
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