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Yuxuan Miao

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Chicago
DepartmentBen May Department of Cancer Research
AddressChicago IL 60637
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    Yuxuan (Phoenix) Miao’s research focuses on understanding how normal and cancerous epithelial tissue adapt to inflammation, with a special interest in dissecting how stem cells residing in these tissues interact with the immune system to maintain normal tissue fitness and achieve cancer immune evasion.


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    Rockefeller University, New York, NYPostdoc08/2020Stem cell and cancer biology
    Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, NCPhD06/2015Immunology
    Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, ChinaB.S.06/2008Biotechnology
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    2019 - 2023NCI K99/R00 Pathway to Independence Award, Rockefeller University
    2019 - 2020Robertson Therapeutic Development Foundation Award, Rockefeller University
    2016 - 2019Jane Coffin Childs Fellowship, Rockefeller University
    2015Mitchell Meritorious Research Award, Duke University
    2009Duke Chancellor Award, Duke University

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    R00CA237859     (MIAO, YUXUAN)Aug 1, 2020 - Jul 31, 2023
    NIH
    Dissecting Stem Cell Intrinsic Signaling Driving Tumor Relapse from Immunotherapy
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Wu J, Hayes BW, Phoenix C, Macias GS, Miao Y, Choi HW, Hughes FM, Todd Purves J, Lee Reinhardt R, Abraham SN. A highly polarized TH2 bladder response to infection promotes epithelial repair at the expense of preventing new infections. Nat Immunol. 2020 06; 21(6):671-683. PMID: 32424366.
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    2. Adam RC, Yang H, Ge Y, Infarinato NR, Gur-Cohen S, Miao Y, Wang P, Zhao Y, Lu CP, Kim JE, Ko JY, Paik SS, Gronostajski RM, Kim J, Krueger JG, Zheng D, Fuchs E. NFI transcription factors provide chromatin access to maintain stem cell identity while preventing unintended lineage fate choices. Nat Cell Biol. 2020 06; 22(6):640-650. PMID: 32393888.
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    3. Gur-Cohen S, Yang H, Baksh SC, Miao Y, Levorse J, Kataru RP, Liu X, de la Cruz-Racelis J, Mehrara BJ, Fuchs E. Stem cell-driven lymphatic remodeling coordinates tissue regeneration. Science. 2019 12 06; 366(6470):1218-1225. PMID: 31672914.
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    4. Miao Y, Yang H, Levorse J, Yuan S, Polak L, Sribour M, Singh B, Rosenblum MD, Fuchs E. Adaptive Immune Resistance Emerges from Tumor-Initiating Stem Cells. Cell. 2019 05 16; 177(5):1172-1186.e14. PMID: 31031009.
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    5. Miao Y, Bist P, Wu J, Zhao Q, Li QJ, Wan Y, Abraham SN. Collaboration between Distinct Rab Small GTPase Trafficking Circuits Mediates Bacterial Clearance from the Bladder Epithelium. . 2017 Sep 13; 22(3):330-342.e4. PMID: 28910634.
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    6. Choi HW, Bowen SE, Miao Y, Chan CY, Miao EA, Abrink M, Moeser AJ, Abraham SN. Loss of Bladder Epithelium Induced by Cytolytic Mast Cell Granules. Immunity. 2016 12 20; 45(6):1258-1269. PMID: 27939674.
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    7. Miao Y, Wu J, Abraham SN. Ubiquitination of Innate Immune Regulator TRAF3 Orchestrates Expulsion of Intracellular Bacteria by Exocyst Complex. Immunity. 2016 07 19; 45(1):94-105. PMID: 27438768.
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    8. Abraham SN, Miao Y. The nature of immune responses to urinary tract infections. Nat Rev Immunol. 2015 Oct; 15(10):655-63. PMID: 26388331.
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    9. Miao Y, Li G, Zhang X, Xu H, Abraham SN. A TRP Channel Senses Lysosome Neutralization by Pathogens to Trigger Their Expulsion. Cell. 2015 Jun 04; 161(6):1306-19. PMID: 26027738.
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