Zhi-Feng Miao, Mahliyah Adkins-Threats, Joseph R. Burclaff, …, Zheng He, Zhen-Ning Wang, *Jason C. Mills. Cell Stem Cell, 26:1–16, 2020.
*Mills, J.C., Stanger, B.Z., Sander, M. EMBO Journal, art. no. e103148, 2019.
Meyer, A.R., Engevik, A.C., Willet, S.G., (…), *Mills, JC, Choi, E., Goldenring, J.R. Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 8(3), pp. 379-405.
Jin, R.U., *Mills, J.C. Current Opinion in Gastroenterology, 35:363-370, 2019.
Cho, C.J., Mills, J.C., Journal of Physiology, Volume 597, Issue 10, 15 May 2019, Pages 2617-2618, 2019.
Mahliyah (Maple) Adkins-Threats, a DRSCB graduate student in Jason Mills’ lab, was awarded a prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Congrats Maple!
Osaki, L.H., Bockerstett, K.A., Wong, C.F., (…), DiPaolo, R.J., Mills, J.C. Interferon-γ directly induces gastric epithelial cell death and is required for progression to metaplasia. J Pathol, in press, 2019.
Burclaff J and Mills JC. Plasticity of differentiated cells in wound repair and tumorigenesis, part II: Skin and intestine. Disease Models Mechanisms, 11, dmm035071, 2018.
Congratulations to Lara Pferdehirt (Guilak Lab), Ali Ross (Guilak Lab), Yiran Hou (Wang Lab), and Ashraf Kabir (Choi Lab) on being named Philip and Sima Needleman Graduate Fellows in Regenerative Medicine! These awards are made possible though the generous support of Dr. and Mrs. Needleman. Megan Radyk (Mills Lab) and Bisi Fashemi (Mysorekar Lab) had […]
Research from the Mills Lab on paligenosis–a term coined in the lab to describe when cells dedifferentiate to a more fetal-like regenerative state–was featured in a recent issue of Quanta Magazine. Dr. Jason Mills is a co-organizer of a Keystone Meeting on the same topic.