Benjamin Miller

Miller, Benjamin
Position Department / Business Unit
Department of Dermatology
Institution Disciplines
University of Rochester Chemistry
City State / Provence
Rochester New York
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Dr. Benjamin Miller is an expert in molecular design, synthetic organic chemistry, combinatorial chemistry, and structural analysis of biological molecules. A professor at the University of Rochester (NY), he is also focused on study related to understanding interaction of biological molecules.

Dr. Miller received his Ph.D. from Stanford University in Organic Chemistry in 1994. He also has an interest in the application of this understanding to the development of new diagnostic tools. Dr. Miller strongly believes that the interdisciplinary environment of the Department of Dermatology and the Center for Future Health is an ideal setting for advancing fundamental science and human health.


Ph.D., Organic Chemistry, Stanford University, 1994; B.S., B.A., Miami University, 1988

Important Articles

  1. Enzyme Immobilization in Porous Silicon: Quantitative Analysis of the Kinetic Parameters for Glutathione-S-Transferases Anal. Chem. (2005) DeLouise, L. A.; Miller, B. L
  2. Optimization of mesoporous silicon microcavities for proteomics sensing” Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc., (2004) DeLouise, L.; Miller, B. L.
  3. Quantitative assessment of enzyme immobilization capacity in porous silicon” Anal. Chem., (2004) DeLouise, L.; Miller, B. L.

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