September 5, 2017

Mitchell R. McGill, PhD

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health



Postdoctoral fellowship in clinical chemistry, Washington University in St. Louis
PhD in Toxicology, University of Kansas
BA in Biology, University of Missouri at Kansas City

Research Interests

  • Drug hepatotoxicity
  • Biomarkers of liver disease
  • Liver Regeneration
  • Biliary Atresia

Courses Taught


Selected Recent Publications

Du K, Ramachandra A, McGill MR, et al. Induction of mitochondrial biogenesis protects against acetaminophen hepatotoxicity. Food Chem Toxicol.2107; 108; 339-350

McGill MR. The past and present of serum aminotransferases and the future of liver injury biomarkers. EXCLI J. 2016; 15: 817-828

Ni HM, McGill MR, Chao X, et al. Removal of acetaminophen protein adducts by autophagy protects against acetaminophen-induced liver injury in mice. Am J Pathol. 2016; 186: 2623-36.

McGill MR, Kennon-McGill S, Durham D, Jaeschke H. Hearing, reactive metabolite formation, and oxidative stress in cochleae after a single acute overdose of acetaminophen: an in vivo study. Toxicol Med. Methods. 2016; 26: 104-111.

McGill MR, Staggs VS, Sharpe MR, et al. Serum mitochondrial biomarkers and damage-associated molecular patterns are higher in acetaminophen overdose patients with poor outcome. Hepatology. 2014; 60: 336-345.