Todd Miller

  • Associate Professor of Molecular and Systems Biology

  • Director, Program in Experimental and Molecular Medicine

  • Scientific Director, Comprehensive Breast Program, Norris Cotton Cancer Center

  • Co-Director, Molecular Tumor Board, Norris Cotton Cancer

  • Co-Director, Cancer Biology & Therapeutics Research Program, Norris Cotton Cancer Center

Research in the Miller Laboratory focuses on the translational application of knowledge of cell signaling pathways to therapeutics for breast cancer. Our work spans the spectrum of basic cancer biology, through translational studies in mouse models and human tissues, and interfaces with clinical trials. We use an array of methods and technologies both in our lab and through collaboration, including mammalian tissue culture, molecular analyses of gene and protein expression, next-generation RNA and DNA sequencing, bioinformatics, mass spectrometry, mouse models, and live animal imaging.


Rubin 604
HB 7936


  • University at Albany (Albany, NY), Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences, 2004
  • University of Connecticut (Storrs, CT), B.S., 1998