Dr Emily Miller

PhD
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Sydney Medical School

Telephone +61 2 9036 3128
Fax +61 2 9036 3188

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Current research students

Project title Research student
Understanding the pain mechanisms in women with endometriosis Razan ASALLY

Clinical Specialty

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Selected grants

2016

  • MAKING THE MOST OF FEEDBACK IN HIGHER DEGREES BY RESEARCH: LOCAL EFFORT FOR LARGER SYSTEMATIC CHANGE; Hey-Cunningham A, Miller E; University of Sydney/Educational Innovation Grant.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Miller, E., Herbert, C. (2010). Breeding and Genetic Management of Captive Marsupial Populations. In Janine E. Deakin, Paul D. Waters and Jennifer A. Marshall Graves (Eds.), Marsupial Genetics and Genomics, (pp. 5-32). Australia: Springer Science+Business Media.
  • Miller, E., Eldridge, M., Herbert, C. (2010). Dominance and paternity in the tammar wallaby. In Graeme Coulson, Mark Eldridge (Eds.), Macropods: The Biology of Kangaroos, Wallabies & Rat-kangaroos, (pp. 77-86). Victoria, Australia: CSIRO Publishing.

Journals

  • Matsubara, K., Uno, Y., Srikulnath, K., Matsuda, Y., Miller, E., Olsson, M. (2015). No Interstitial Telomeres on Autosomes but Remarkable Amplification of Telomeric Repeats on the W Sex Chromosome in the Sand Lizard (Lacerta agilis). Journal of Heredity, 106(6), 753-757. [More Information]
  • Miller, E., Fraser, I. (2015). The importance of pelvic nerve fibers in endometriosis. Women's Health, 11(5), 611-618. [More Information]
  • Rollings, N., Miller, E., Olsson, M. (2014). Telomeric attrition with age and temperature in Eastern mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki). The Science of Nature - Naturwissenschaften, 101(3), 241-244. [More Information]
  • Gongora, J., Swan, A., Chong, A., Ho, S., Damayanti, C., Kolomyjec, S., Grant, T., Miller, E., Blair, D., Furlan, E., et al (2012). Genetic structure and phylogeography of platypuses revealed by mitochondrial DNA. Journal of Zoology, 286, 110-119. [More Information]
  • Miller, E., Eldridge, M., Morris, K., Zenger, K., Herbert, C. (2011). Genetic consequences of isolation: island tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii) populations and the conservation of threatened species. Conservation Genetics, 12(6), 1619-1631. [More Information]
  • Olsson, M., Pauliny, A., Wapstra, E., Uller, T., Schwartz, T., Miller, E., Blomqvist, D. (2011). Sexual differences in telomere selection in the wild. Molecular Ecology, 20(10), 2085-2099. [More Information]
  • Miller, E., Eldridge, M., Cooper, D., Herbert, C. (2010). Dominance, body size and internal relatedness influence male reproductive success in eastern grey kangaroos (Macropus giganteus). Reproduction, Fertility and Development, 22(3), 539-549. [More Information]
  • Miller, E., Eldridge, M., Thomas, N., Marlow, N., Herbert, C. (2010). The genetic mating system, male reproductive success and lack of selection on male traits in the greater bilby. Australian Journal of Zoology, 58(2), 113-120. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Miller, E. (2009). Relationships amongst the tammar wallaby populations in the Western Australia. Wildlife Health and Conservation 1st Annual Conference, Sydney.

2015

  • Matsubara, K., Uno, Y., Srikulnath, K., Matsuda, Y., Miller, E., Olsson, M. (2015). No Interstitial Telomeres on Autosomes but Remarkable Amplification of Telomeric Repeats on the W Sex Chromosome in the Sand Lizard (Lacerta agilis). Journal of Heredity, 106(6), 753-757. [More Information]
  • Miller, E., Fraser, I. (2015). The importance of pelvic nerve fibers in endometriosis. Women's Health, 11(5), 611-618. [More Information]

2014

  • Rollings, N., Miller, E., Olsson, M. (2014). Telomeric attrition with age and temperature in Eastern mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki). The Science of Nature - Naturwissenschaften, 101(3), 241-244. [More Information]

2012

  • Gongora, J., Swan, A., Chong, A., Ho, S., Damayanti, C., Kolomyjec, S., Grant, T., Miller, E., Blair, D., Furlan, E., et al (2012). Genetic structure and phylogeography of platypuses revealed by mitochondrial DNA. Journal of Zoology, 286, 110-119. [More Information]

2011

  • Miller, E., Eldridge, M., Morris, K., Zenger, K., Herbert, C. (2011). Genetic consequences of isolation: island tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii) populations and the conservation of threatened species. Conservation Genetics, 12(6), 1619-1631. [More Information]
  • Olsson, M., Pauliny, A., Wapstra, E., Uller, T., Schwartz, T., Miller, E., Blomqvist, D. (2011). Sexual differences in telomere selection in the wild. Molecular Ecology, 20(10), 2085-2099. [More Information]

2010

  • Miller, E., Herbert, C. (2010). Breeding and Genetic Management of Captive Marsupial Populations. In Janine E. Deakin, Paul D. Waters and Jennifer A. Marshall Graves (Eds.), Marsupial Genetics and Genomics, (pp. 5-32). Australia: Springer Science+Business Media.
  • Miller, E., Eldridge, M., Herbert, C. (2010). Dominance and paternity in the tammar wallaby. In Graeme Coulson, Mark Eldridge (Eds.), Macropods: The Biology of Kangaroos, Wallabies & Rat-kangaroos, (pp. 77-86). Victoria, Australia: CSIRO Publishing.
  • Miller, E., Eldridge, M., Cooper, D., Herbert, C. (2010). Dominance, body size and internal relatedness influence male reproductive success in eastern grey kangaroos (Macropus giganteus). Reproduction, Fertility and Development, 22(3), 539-549. [More Information]
  • Miller, E., Eldridge, M., Thomas, N., Marlow, N., Herbert, C. (2010). The genetic mating system, male reproductive success and lack of selection on male traits in the greater bilby. Australian Journal of Zoology, 58(2), 113-120. [More Information]

2009

  • Miller, E. (2009). Relationships amongst the tammar wallaby populations in the Western Australia. Wildlife Health and Conservation 1st Annual Conference, Sydney.

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