Dr. Miller is the interim program director of the physician residency program and an instructor for The Family Centered Experience, a 3-year longitudinal course taught to first through third year medical students. Her clinical activities and interest are amputations, prosthetics and general rehabilitation.
Dr. Miller completed her PM&R residency at the University of Michigan in 1998, where she served as chief resident. She joined the faculty at Michigan in 1999 after a year in Texas. Dr. Miller has served as the Associate Program Director since 1999. She completed the Michigan Educational Scholars Program, and has focused her research and teaching on education related to people with disabilities, including general attitudes about people with disabilities in health care.
Her clinical work focuses on orthotics and prosthetics, wound care, and geriatric care. Dr. Miller’s research and publications are related to developing educational programs about attitudes toward persons with disabilities, attitudes toward advocacy for persons with disabilities, and informed empathy. She also teaches and publishes on teaching patient-centered care for individuals with disabilities. Dr. Miller has received a Neubacher Certificate of Appreciation from the University of Michigan Council for Disability Concerns.