Samantha Millier is a senior at Temple University and is currently on the Dean’s List. She is a Kinesiology major with an experienced background in Graphic Design. In addition to her RA position here at the TED Lab, she has previously worked in the Immunology Lab at Temple University Hospital Campus. In her spare time, Samantha volunteers as a tour guide at the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia, while maintaining a part-time job as a tutor . Her related areas of interests are in fitness and nutrition, as well as art. Her goals for the future include working in a field that values preventative medicine in the form of health education and awareness. Samantha has also been featured as a co-author in the article “Interleukin-1α released from HSV-1 infected keratinocytes acts as a functional alarmin in the skin”, see below for more details.
Liselotte E. Jensen PhD., Katelynn A. Milora, Samantha L. Miller , Julio C. Sanmiguel, Interleukin-1α released from HSV-1 infected keratinocytes acts as a functional alarmin in the skin