Minnie Mc Millan, PhD

Title(s)Professor of Molecular Microbiology & Immunology
AddressNOR 6342 1441 Eastlake Avenue
Health Sciences Campus
Los Angeles CA 90033
Phone+1 323 865 0628
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    Dr. Minnie McMillan is a Founder of Anergix and member of the Anergix Advisory Board. She is a molecular immunogeneticist and a Professor of Microbiology and Neurology at USC. She obtained B.A., B.Sc. and D.Phil. degrees in Chemistry from Oxford University, England, where she was an Exhibitioner at Somerville College. After emigrating to the United States, she became a Gosney Fellow in Biology in the laboratory of Lee Hood at the California Institute of Technology. She then moved to USC, now the Keck School of Medicine, where she is presently a Professor. Her research focuses on the major histocompatibility complex and its role in autoimmunity, particularly, multiple sclerosis. She has been awarded numerous grants from NIAID and NIGMS and has chaired as well as served on many NIH and NCI review panels.

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    1. The signal peptide sequence impacts the immune response elicited by a DNA epitope vaccine. Clin Vaccine Immunol. 2011 Oct; 18(10):1776-80. Vatakis D, McMillan M. PMID: 21832097.
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    2. CD4+ T cell epitope affinity to MHC II influences the magnitude of CTL responses elicited by DNA epitope vaccines. Vaccine. 2005 Apr 08; 23(20):2639-46. Vatakis DN, Koh YT, McMillan M. PMID: 15780447.
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    3. Gene therapy in a murine model for clinical application to multiple sclerosis. Ann Neurol. 2004 Mar; 55(3):390-9. Weiner LP, Louie KA, Atalla LR, Kochounian HH, Du J, Wei W, Hinton DR, Gordon EM, Anderson WF, McMillan M. PMID: 14991817.
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    4. Caprine arthritis-encephalitis virus-infected goats can generate human immunodeficiency virus-gp120 cross-reactive antibodies(1). Virology. 2003 Oct 10; 315(1):217-23. Louie KA, Dadgari JM, DeBoer BM, Weisbuch H, Snow PM, Cheevers WP, Douvas A, McMillan M. PMID: 14592773.
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