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Department of Radiation Biology

Uniformed Services University
of the Health Sciences
Bldg. 42, 8901 Wisconsin Ave.
Bethesda, MD 20889-5603
Phone: 301-295-9232
Fax: 301-295-1731

Alexandra Miller, PhD

Assistant Professor
Radiation Biology

Alpha particles cause inversions

Currently the research focus in my laboratory involves the following: characterizing the late effects of radiation and/or heavy metal exposures; developing medical countermeasures to radiation carcinogenesis, particularly agents that inhibit molecular chaperones like Hsp90 or inhibit histone deacetylase; and to understand mechanisms (genetic and epigenetic) of radiation late effects.

My specific research interests are radiation late effects, biomarkers of late effects, low-dose high-LET radiation, internal emitters, carcinogenesis, transgenerational effects, and epigenetic mechanisms.

Recent publications