Bailey Miller, Graduate student
Sverdrup Hall, Room 3220
Bailey joined the Gerwick group in September of 2011 as a Ph.D. student. He graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2009, where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology. Following graduation, Bailey remained at UCSB for two years to work as a technician in the lab of Dr. Karen Szumlinski where he worked on elucidating the neurochemical and brain pathways involved in addiction to drugs of abuse. Working jointly between Dr. Gerwick and Dr. Vivian Hook in the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Bailey hopes to work on assay development as well as isolation and structure elucidation chemistry in order to reconcile his neurochemical background and his drive to work with marine natural products.
Miller BW, Friedman AJ, Choi H, Hogan J, McCammon JA, Hook V, Gerwick WH. The Marine Cyanobacterial Metabolite Gallinamide A is a Potent and Selective Inhibitor of Human Cathepsin L. J Nat Prod. 2013, Epub ahead of print
Gould AT, Sacramento AD, Wroten MG, Miller BW, von Jonquieres G, Klugmann M, Ben-Shahar O, Szumlinski KK. Cocaine-elicited imbalances in ventromedial prefrontal cortex Homer1 versus Homer2 expression: implications for relapse. Addict. Biol. 2013, Epub ahead of print
Ben-Shahar O, Sacramento A, Miller BW, Webb S, Wroten M, Silba H, Caruana A, Gordo E, Ploense K, Ditzhazy J, Kippin TE, Szumlinski KK. Deficits in ventromedial prefrontal cortex Group1 metabotropic glutamate receptor function mediate resistance to extinction during protracted withdrawal from an extensive history of cocaine self-administration. J. Neuroscience. 2013, 33(2), 495-506.
Cozzoli DK, Courson J, Caruana AL, Miller BW, Greentree DI, Thomspson AB, Wroten MG, Zhang PW, Xiao B, Hu JH, Klugmann M, Worley PF, Crabbe JC, Szumlinski KK. Nucleus Accumbens mGluR5-Associated Signaling Regulates Binge Alcohol Drinking Under Drinking-in-the-Dark Procedures. Alcohol Clin Exp Res. 2012 36(9): 1623-33
Goulding S; Obara I; Lominac KD; Gould A; Miller BW; Klugmann, M; Szumlinski KK. Accumbens Homer2-Mediated signaling: A factor contributing to mouse strain differences in alcohol drinking? Genes, Brain and Behavior 2011 10(1): 111-126