Richard T. "Tyler" Miller, M.D., graduated from Case Western Reserve University Medical School in 1980, and was an intern, resident, chief resident, and nephrology fellow at UCSF.
Dr. Miller has been a deputy and associate editor for the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, and he served on the editorial board of the American Journal of Physiology. He has been a member of American Heart Association, VA, and NIH study sections.
His research interests include regulation of epithelial electrolyte transport and the biophysical properties of normal and diseases renal tissues, especially glomeruli.
- Biophysical properties of renal tissues
- Regulation of renal epithelial transport by G protein-dependent signaling systems (calcium sensing receptor)
Wyss HM, Henderson JM, Byfield FJ, Bruggeman LA, Ding Y, Huang C, Suh JH, Franke T, Mele E, Pollak MR, Miner JH, Janmey PA, Weitz DA, Miller RT Am. J. Physiol., Cell Physiol. 2011 Mar 300 3 C397-405
Janmey PA, Miller RT J. Cell. Sci. 2011 Jan 124 Pt 1 9-18
Cha SK, Huang C, Ding Y, Qi X, Huang CL, Miller RT J. Biol. Chem. 2011 Jan 286 3 1828-35
Byfield FJ, Wen Q, Levental I, Nordstrom K, Arratia PE, Miller RT, Janmey PA Biophys. J. 2009 Jun 96 12 5095-102
Huang C, Sindic A, Hill CE, Hujer KM, Chan KW, Sassen M, Wu Z, Kurachi Y, Nielsen S, Romero MF, Miller RT Am. J. Physiol. Renal Physiol. 2007 Mar 292 3 F1073-81
Endocrine disease in dialysis patients. In The Principles and Practice of Dialysis, 4th ed.
Kern, E.F. and Miller, R.T. (2009). Baltimore, MD, Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins
Honors & Awards
- Alpha Omega Alpha
- International Society of Nephrology (1995)
- American Heart Association Kidney Counsel (1990)
- American Physiologic Society (1985)
- American Society of Nephrology (1984)