ARTIST CV

Sarah Mills-Bailey

b. 1975, New Orleans, LA

Lives and works in San Antonio, TX

 

sarah@sarahmillsbailey.com

www.sarahmillsbailey.com

504-905-8005

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Education:

2001: MS in Microbiology and Immunology, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

 

1998: BS Microbiology (minors in Chemistry and French) LSU, Baton Rouge, LA

 

 

Professional Experience:

2018- Present: Artist, Sarah Mills Bailey Fine Art, LLC

  • Her abstract painting, most often layers of acrylic on canvas, depicts her response to her observations of the world around her, outer with its patterns and inner with its waves of emotion and integration and realignment, always interacting with her life experience.

        www.sarahmillsbailey.com

 

2012- 2020: President, Seraphina Threads

  • Design and manufacture children’s clothes and gifts

 

2007-2008: Clinical Research Coordinator, Quality Research Inc, San Antonio, TX

  • Coordinate patient study visits and procedures

  • Complete and review source documents, case report forms and queries

  • Obtain informed consent from potential study candidates

  • Assist in monitoring study subjects for signs/symptoms of toxicity to study drug

  • Manage and responsible for drug accountability and documentation

 

2006-2007: Clinical Research Coordinator, Radiant Research, San Antonio, TX

  • Coordinate patient study visits and procedures

  • Complete and review source documents, case report forms and queries

  • Obtain informed consent from potential study candidates

  • Assist in monitoring study subjects for signs/symptoms of toxicity to study drug

  • Manage and responsible for drug accountability and documentation

 

 

2003-2006: Assistant Research Scientist, Ochsner Clinic Foundation, New Orleans, LA

  • Perform molecular biology techniques focusing on intracellular and extracellular angiotensin II expression and interaction with the angiotensin type I receptor

  • Collect, maintain and analyze data for ongoing studies individually and in groups

  • Present data in laboratory meetings, read professional journals, learn new molecular biology techniques

 

2002-2003: Assistant Director, Sylvan Learning Center, Metairie, LA

  • Oversight of skills assessment testing and development of students’ individualized programs

  • Conference with parents regarding student progress

  • Training and staff development

  • Management of instructors and all classroom activities

 

1999-2001: Graduate Student, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

  • Successful completion of coursework in the following disciplines: Advanced Cell Biology, Biostatistics, Genetics and Physiology of Bacterial Pathogens, Medical Immunology, Medical Microbiology, Microbiology and Immunology Seminar, Pathogenic Mechanisms, Research Techniques, the Social Impact of HIV/AIDS, Special Problems, Introduction to Human Health and Disease and Environmental Health for Developing Countries

  • Laboratory research project to study the effect of protein malnutrition on vaccine efficacy

  • Attend microbiology conferences and present departmental seminars on current research

  • Evaluate and draw conclusions from research

 

1998-1999: Medical Research Specialist, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

  • Collect and analyze data, supervise laboratory operations, facilitate continuous quality improvement

  • Perform routine microbiology techniques

  • Projects include studying the effect of microgravity conditions on the virulence of and the use of novel adjuvants and harmless bacteria as vaccine delivery vehicles in animal models

 

Exhibitions:

2019: RAW Natural Born Artist- Reflect, The Aztec Theater, San Antonio, TX

 

Gallery Affiliations:

2019-2022:    San Antonio Artist Collective at La Cantera, San Antonio, TX

 

 

Retail/Showroom Affiliations:

2022- Present: Invitations Etc

                          6434 N New Braunfels Ave

                          San Antonio, TX 78209

 

2021- Present: KBK To The Trade San Antonio, TX

                          121 Interpark Blvd Suite 1204

                          San Antonio, TX 78216

 

2021-Present: Regalo Boutique in the Estancia del Norte Hotel San Antonio, TX

                          7 NE Loop 410 At, McCullough Ave

                          San Antonio, TX 78216

 

 

Press:

March 2022: Interview with Shoutout Colorado Magazine

                      https://shoutoutcolorado.com/meet-sarah-mills-bailey-artist/

 

 

 

PUBLICATIONS:

J.  Cook,  S.  Mills,  J.  Alam,  R.  Re

Intracellular angiotensin II expression alters the distribution of the AT1 receptor in VSMCs: Effects upon signal transduction and cellular proliferation. 

American Journal of Hypertension, Volume 18, Issue  5, 

 

Cook JL, Mills SJ, Naquin RT, Alam J, Re RN.

Cleavage of the Angiotensin AT1 Receptor and Nuclear Accumulation of the Cytoplasmic Carboxy-Terminal Fragment.

Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 2006 Nov 22; [Epub ahead of print]

 

Julia L. Cook, Sarah J. Mills, Ryan Naquin, Jawed Alam, Richard N. Re

Nuclear accumulation of the AT1 receptor in a rat vascular smooth muscle cell line: Effects upon signal transduction and cellular proliferation

J Mol Cell Cardiol. 2006 May;40(5):696-707.

 

Nickerson CA, Ott CM, Mister SJ, Morrow BJ, Burns-Keliher L, Pierson DL.      

Microgravity as a novel environmental signal affecting Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium virulence. Infect Immun. 2000 Jun;68(6):3147-52.

 

 

ABSTRACTS:

JL Cook, SJ Mills, MH Hart and RN Re.

Intracellular and extracellular angiotensin II stimulate the AT1 receptor through both common and unique signaling pathways. P-327, Am. J. Hypertension 17(5):154A.

 

Julia L Cook, Sarah J Mills, Ryan T Raquin, Jawed Alam, Richard N Re

Ligand-Mediated Processing of the AT1-receptor in Glial and Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells Contributes to Nuclear Accumulation of a Carboxy-Terminal Fragment of the Receptor

Hypertention 2005;46;872 A229-A229

 

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS:

Julia L. Cook, Sarah J. Mills, Jawed Alam, Richard N. Re

Intracellular angiotensin II expression alters the distribution of the AT1 receptor in VSMCs: Effects upon signal transduction and cellular proliferation.

Second Annual Ochsner Research Night, New Orleans, LA

May, 2005

 

Julia L Cook, Sarah J Mills, Jawed Alam, Richard N. Re

Intracellular and extracellular angiotensin II stimulate the AT1 receptor through both common and unique signaling pathways.

First Annual Ochsner Research Night, New Orleans, LA

June, 2004

 

 

 

 

ACADEMIC AND COMMUNITY SERVICE:

St. David’s Episcopal Church Member, 2021-Present

San Antonio Symphony League Member, 2019-Present

National Charity League Member, Alamo Chapter 2016- 2018

Daughter’s Of the American Revolution Member, SA de Bexar Chapter, 2012- Present

Board of Director, Epilepsy Foundation Central & South Texas, 2008- 2010

Junior League of San Antonio Member, 2008- 2009

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Member, 2006-2021

Mentor for Ochsner Clinic Foundation Summer Research Internship Program, 2005

Costal Conservation Association Member, 2001-2006

Tulane University Graduate School Scholarship Recipient, 1999

American Society for Microbiology Member, 1999-2001

Study Abroad Program Participant—Montpellier, France, 1997

Study Abroad Program Participant—Innsbruck, Austria, 1995

Study Abroad Program Participant—Athens, Greece, 1994

Student Christian Medical Association—Social Coordinator, 1994-1998

Louise S. McGehee School, Alumnae Association Class Representative 1994-2006

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Collections:

Private Collection, New Orleans, LA

Private Collection, Charleston, SC

Private Collections, Tupelo, MS

Private Collection, Alamo Heights, TX

Private Collections, San Antonio, TX

Private Collection, Port Aransas, TX

Private Collection, Austin, TX

Private Collection: Hoboken, NJ