Dr. Milane is an intuitive cancer biologist and has distinguished three emerging hallmarks of cancer (plasticity, heterogeneity, and stemness/quiescence). Dr. Milane’s research interests are in cancer biology, mitochondrial medicine, and translational nanomedicine. Dr. Milane is interested in developing clinically translatable targeted nanomedicine therapies for cancer treatment. She teaches in the medical program and in the post-baccalaureate program and has developed innovative team based learning and flipped classroom sessions.
Dr. Milane is an advocate for women in the sciences and is a pioneer for outreach. Dr. Milane has 18 peer reviewed journal publications, 5 book chapters, and 3 white papers.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
□ Targeted Drug Delivery
□ Mitochondrial Medicine
□ Exosomal Biology
□ Interdisciplinary Research Collaborations
□ Team Based Learning and Peer Evaluation
□ Advocate for Women in the Sciences
□ Community Outreach/Education