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Miller-Crews, Isaac

Isaac J Miller-Crews

Teaching Assistant BIO, Volunteer
Biology Instruction Office, Department of Integrative Biology


imillercrews@utexas.edu


Office Location
SSB

Postal Address
2415 SPEEDWAY
AUSTIN, TX 78712

I am interested in harnessing comparative and integrative approaches to understand the evolution of social behavior, specifically the regulation of reproduction. I aim to explore the roles of neuroendocrinology, transcriptomics and sexual dimorphisms throughout ethologically-relevant contexts. I am a graduate student in Hans Hofmann's laboratory. 

Peer-Reviewed

Baker M, Lindell SG, Driscoll CA, Zhou Z, Yuan Q, Schwandt ML, Miller-Crews I, Simpson EA, Paukner A, Ferrari PF, Sindhu RK, Razaqyar M, Sommer WH, Lopez JF, Thompson RC, Goldman D, Heilig M, Higley JD, Suomi SJ, Barr CS. Early rearing history influences oxytocin receptor epigenetic regulation in rhesus macaques. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 114(44):11769-11774, 2017.

Gillette R, Miller-Crews I, Skinner MK, Crews D. Distinct actions of ancestral vinclozolin and juvenile stress on neural gene expression in the male rat. Front Genet. 6: 56, 2015.

Gillette R, Miller-Crews I, Nilsson EE, Skinner MK, Gore AC, Crews D. Sexually dimorphic effects of ancestral exposure to vinclozolin on stress reactivity in rats. Endocrinology.155: 3853-66, 2014.

Crews D, Gillette R, Miller-Crews I, Gore AC, Skinner MK. Nature, nurture and epigenetics. Mol Cell Endocrinol. 398: 42-52, 2014.

Undergraduate Thesis
Miller-Crews I. Lineage and life history: Synchronocity of ancestral vinclozolin exposure and
adolescent stress on gene expression and global methylation pattern. UT Digital Repository:
2014.