Biochemistry, molecular biology and molecular pharmacology research, mainly conducted through computational techniques. A major area of interest relates to the study of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), the single family of drug targets most exploited by currently marketed medicines.
Sustainable flame retardants; polymer nanocomposites; physicochemical properties of green solvents; thermodynamics and kinetics of metathesis reactions.
Medical use of metals.
Delaying of microbial resistance.
Analytical chemistry, specifically single-molecule based quantitative bioassays. Using this technique, Miller is able measure chemical reactions, the amount of product and reactants, between target molecules (proteins) and probe molecules (antibodies, aptamers).