This study may provide the experimental basis for new strategies that can be used to treat Alzheimer's patientsAdvance in Alzheimer's treatment announced Apr 12, 2010
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David E. Miller (born 1944) is a notable Seattle architect. He is a co-founder, with Robert Hull of the Miller/Hull Partnership--a leading Pacific Northwest firm, an architecture professor at the University of Washington, and, since January 2007, has been Chair of the UW Department of Architecture.
Miller was born in Des Moines, Iowa. He received a Bachelor of Architecture B.Arch. from Washington State University in 1968, the worked in Brasilia as a Peace Corps volunteer. He next studied at the University of Illinois and received his Master of Architecture M.Arch. in 1972. After graduation, Miller worked for Canadian architect Arthur Erickson. He moved to Seattle in 1977 to open a branch office of Rhone & Iredale. In 1980, Miller and Robert Hull took the office independent and renamed it the Miller/Hull Partnership.
Miller/Hull established a reputation for buildings that were Modern, but which drew upon the heritage of Pacific Northwest architecture. The firm was particularly successful in winning commissions for public and institutional buildings as well as designing single-family residences. Their work has garnered numerous local, regional and national design awards.